Our clients span a number of different sectors, including finance, publishing, arts & culture, natural resources and health & wellness.
Our roots are in branding and advertising for large corporations like General Motors and Bell Canada, and in the writing, editing and publishing of various magazines, and in creating cost-effective marketing solutions within the public sector.
Five years ago, we brought our collective histories together, and created Clevers Media – an endeavour we love.
I highly recommend working with Clevers Media if you want to grow and expand your business.
Tracey Kikals, Owner, Hawaiian vacation property rental
Here is a sampling of some of our current clients and related projects:
We are working with Timis Corporation, based in London UK, to re-brand their entire organization – starting with a new logo and brand standards guide, and the development of a website that better accentuates the fact that there is a strong philanthropic component to the work Frank Timis does, in addition to the enterprise side. Bringing the human element forward is key to telling the story behind the Timis brand. Forthcoming elements will include a glossy magazine, project-based brochures and the launch of a social media presence and a regularly updated news feed. We are very excited to be telling this good news story.
Timis Corporation has a portfolio of businesses in the mining, oil and gas, life sciences and agricultural industries, including African Minerals, African Petroleum, International Petroleum, Pan African and London Pharma.
The Timis group of companies works closely with local Governments to give back to the communities in which they operate. They invest heavily in the local infrastructure by building hospitals and schools and actively generating employment opportunities for the local workforce. They also support environmental and cultural projects.
We handle advertising sales for the Ryerson Review of Journalism (RRJ), based out of Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
For over two decades the RRJ has cast an unflinching look at the practice of journalism in Canada. It’s written by students graduating from the Magazine Stream of the Ryerson University School of Journalism and offers readers an inside look at broadcast, newspaper, magazine and online media: the people who shape it and the latest controversies across the country. A National Magazine Award winner in Canada, the Review has also received numerous honours from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in the United States, and two firsts in Rolling Stone’s student feature writing contest.
Review subscribers are Canada’s most powerful media people, including journalists, publishers, editors and broadcasters. It is also read by the Ryerson community as a whole, and regularly sells out on newsstands across the country.
Globle 9 has brought us on board in a Phase 2 project to design business cards, letterhead and a corporate brochure, and to design and write the content for a brand new website.
Globle 9 is the parent company of a group of companies originally formed to serve the commodity, aerospace, and industrial needs of clients globally, with a particular focus on China. The business developed into a commodity-focused solution provider assisting and solving unique supply problems for individuals, corporates, and government. They provide commodity trading services through their three commodity trading subsidiaries – GES (oil), GIO (iron ore), and Globle (agriculture). They work with banks, government-owned enterprise and international energy firms, and have operations in London, Dubai, Hong Kong, Tripoli, Nicosia and Benghazi.
We are working with Holloway Zaiser Group to re-design their website and create an online marketing tool that better showcases their services, tells their story and ultimately, grows their brand. As part of this project, we are re-writing their website content and re-categorizing their services so as to improve accessibility of pertinent information, and greater ease in understanding the services they offer.
The Holloway Zaiser Group is an associaion of consultants focused on assisting individuals, teams and organizations as they create and navigate change. They have over 300 active clients including Crown Corporations, Federal and Provincial Government departments and ministries, Municipalities, Education-related Associations, Health Sector organizations, Unions, and more.
We handle advertising sales for the HSBC City of Bhangra Festival program guide and website.
The HSBC City of Bhangra Festival is set to be one of the biggest must-see spring events in Metro Vancouver. It celebrates the folk roots of Bhangra music and dance among the second largest Punjabi settlement outside of India with spectacular traditional performances. While maintaining a deep connection to tradition, the VIBC inspires the creative community of Metro Vancouver and beyond to experiment with and innovate the art form to create genre-bending cross-cultural dance parties and events that bring diverse music, dance and culture enthusiasts together into a thrilling sensory feast.
As the Advertising Sales Team behind this unique product, Clevers Media is responsible for securing advertising and sponsorships, as well as creating content for and producing the Above the Shelf e-newsletter to educate current clients and prospects about the opportunities with The 49th Shelf.
The 49th Shelf is a one-of-a-kind community for discovering, discussing, and indulging in Canadian books. Fuelled by the largest collection of Canadian books ever assembled, The 49th Shelf is produced by the Association of Canadian Publishers in association with the Canadian Publishers’ Council and with funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage and the Ontario Media Development Corporation.
International Web exPress has hired us to manage the advertising sales for one of their publications, WeCycle, on bike community culture and the environment. We’re not only helping them to launch the publication, but we are also exploring new and unique possibilities around the brands that would benefit from exposure in the publication.
WeCycle publishes six issues a year and has a distribution of 5,000. WeCycle is dedicated to cycling commuters, their families and their organizations. Writers from celebrated fixtures of the cycling community including the B.C. Cycling Coalition and HUB (a charitable organization) contribute stories about bike news, products, safety and infrastructure.
We sell all the advertising space in the Vancouver International Film Festival Program Guide, to companies from Warner Bros to the Canadian Union of Postal Employees, and all points in between.
The Vancouver International Film Festival ranks among the five largest film festivals in North America. This Annual 16-day celebration of film shows some 380 films at 660 screenings, playing to 150,000 admissions.