Grandview Creative helps businesses create compelling content designed to promote their expertise with consumers. A subsidiary of the veteran content and technology company The Grandview Group, Grandview Creative uses media-rich storytelling and educational engagement to connect its clients with target audiences.
"We focus on developing content that positions companies and individuals as thought leaders in their market," said Trevor Denton, Chief Creative Officer of . "People naturally prefer to do business with interesting companies who are experts in their field, but promoting that expertise is often a major challenge for small companies and individual practitioners."
"We've worked behind the scenes to publish thousands of books and other educational materials over the years," said David Brake, CEO and founder of 's parent company, . "The concept behind Grandview Creative is to bring this expertise to businesses in Arizona. We're one part advertising agency and one part publisher, operating in a world where thought leadership and business storytelling is an effective way to build your business."
According to Denton, "It's one thing to have the experience and expertise to become a thought leader. Bringing that to your audience in a professional, media-rich fashion is where Grandview Creative can help."
To introduce itself to the Arizona market, is offering a series of free publications and webinars designed to help businesses think and operate with a publisher's perspective. The first publication Brand Storytelling Discovery Guide will soon be available digitally.
"Teaching builds trust," said Denton, "and we're here to help you craft, customize, and promote your expertise to your ideal audience."
To learn more about the company and its services, please visit http://grandviewcreative.com
Grandview Creative consists of a research, marketing, editorial, and creative team with decades of collective experience developing educational and promotional content for major publishers that include McGraw-Hill, Pearson, Wiley, and National Geographic. The team's previous work includes the development of educational/instructional videos, audio products, professional course/training materials, as well as books and e-books.