Friday, August 3, 2012

But enough about me...

Morgan is a marketing communications professional with a mission: “Make Good Brands Better and New Brands Known.” Morgan earned his MBA from The University of Miami Graduate School of Business. He also completed his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Miami - a double major (graphic design and creative writing). In 2010 Morgan founded Morgan Studio/East with the goal of helping companies with planning and execution of marketing communications.

Wes served as Director of Marketing and Communications for a top contractor based in Southeast Kansas with 800 employees and offices in KC, Wichita, Tulsa, Dallas, and Northwest Arkansas (Crossland Construction Company 2010-2011).

Previously he was Global Communications Director for a publicly traded manufacturer of welding and cutting equipment (Thermadyne) and wrote and implemented systematic marketing communications programs for 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. He headed up marketing communications for two large successful privately-held firms in St. Louis (HBE and Clayco) from 1998-2005. He’s also advised countless other businesses – large and small about strategic marketing and branding.

Wes has been involved in marketing efforts of a broad range of consumer and business-to-business products and services. He spent the early part of his career in advertising where he contributed to new product development, consumer, professional and trade communications for a variety brands including Heineken, Matchbox Toys, Pepsi-Cola, SkyBox Trading Cards, GameTek Computer Game Software, Campbell Soup Foodservice, and Rich-SeaPak Frozen Foods.

Wes is an active member of the St. Louis chapter and is past-president of the the American Marketing Association (two terms) and is also a member of the Advertising Club of St. Louis, the Public Relations Society of America and The Business Marketing Association.


Communications planning, message development, positioning, brand review/audits, public relations, reputation management, crisis communications, investor/stakeholder communications, employee communications, training, sales support, interactive communication, customer/consumer research, product development.

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