On June 5, World Environment Day, v2com, the international newswire specializing in design, architecture and lifestyle, launched a colourful campaign for the summer of 2015 designed to celebrate the company’s values.
Using three successive visual themes, one for each summer month, the campaign’s goal is to showcase v2com’s true identity beyond history and statistics. Each value is accompanied by an exclusive offer.
In June, v2com went green and announced its first value: building a better world. To underscore that commitment, a permanent 10% discount is being offered for all projects and products that distinguish themselves through a substantial sustainability and eco-friendliness component.
July: v2com shows a new colour and shares the second core value.
Value #2: Emotion, beyond the tangible
Do emotions and work mix? At v2com, they certainly do! The team members all share a deep enthusiasm for their work and a true passion for the design, architecture and lifestyle fields.
They believe that beyond utility, functionality and materials, high-quality objects and spaces help improve users’ well-being, both individually and collectively, and serve as true channels for transmitting sensory and emotional experiences. Their ambition: to be an extension of that channel by transmitting to the media, using words and images, all the emotion and inspiration embodied in creations from around the world. “We are always looking for projects that excite us, whether through multiple cultural influences, poetry, light, the texture of the materials used, magical imagery, innovation or originality,” says v2com co-founder Julie Payette.
The team members are also proud to take a deep personal interest in the results of their clients’ promotional campaigns, the relevance of their clients’ news and the effectiveness of the newswire for journalists. That is why they explore new approaches and tools, and are always working to improve the quality of their media network. In addition, they cherish the connections they make and take a multi-dimensional approach to customer service. “Behind our digital face, we are human beings, and we try to be generous and cordial in the way we approach and work with our clients, partners and the media,” says communications project manager Pénélope Fortin.
That spirit of hospitality and well-being will set the tone for the company’s special offer for the month of July, in celebration of this second company value. From July 5 to August 5, v2com will offer a 30% discount for any project or product related to lifestyle: hotels, restaurants, fashion, health and wellness.
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To learn more about the launch of this campaign and v2com’s other company values, see the earlier press release, v2com shows its true colours!
v2com: growth without borders
With more than 25 years of experience as communications professionals, Julie Payette and Pierre Bélanger founded v2com in 2008 to facilitate the discovery of design news and offer a quick, efficient and affordable tool for the media, at a very attractive cost to clients.
In order to facilitate the distribution of press kits including high-resolution images to the media, provide access to a ready-for-publication design news platform and fill a newswire gap in our fields, Pierre Bélanger conceived v2com, the first international newswire specializing in design, architecture and lifestyle.
“v2com is a hugely valuable resource for showcasing new creative studios and firms around the globe. As the editor of Azure magazine, I am always searching for the latest innovations in architecture and design, and v2com has become one of my top go-to sites for sourcing new projects,” says Catherine Osborne, editor-in-chief of Canadian design and architecture magazine Azure.
v2com continues to grow consistently, without borders, and is dedicated to always offering services tailored to the needs of our clients and the media, while keeping pace with social and technological evolution.
This summer, follow v2com on social media to discover the company’s true colours.
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