Boldwerks Tap Christopher Hislop as New Content Director

By Chris Hislop // Published on Mar 06, 2013

 Boldwerks is pleased to introduce Christopher Hislop, as the creative marketing firm’s new Content Director. Hislop has been writing marketing collateral in the technology, publishing, arts, and business industries for the past decade, and adds an essential element to the continued development of Boldwerks as a high-profile agency in the expansive creative marketing industry. He brings with him a wealth of professional award-winning experience that will further bolster the graphic design work that has made Boldwerks a standout agency over the course of the last four years.

“What excites us about the acquisition of a seasoned content writer like Chris is the services we will begin to be able to offer our clients, that we’ve only been able to provide as an outsourced entity in the past,” said Boldwerks founder and Art Director, Adam Kaufmann. “We our now able to push forward with our goals and aspirations of marketing Boldwerks in 2013 and beyond as the premier holistic creative agency that we envisioned when we started the company in 2009. With a Content Director in house the new services we can now offer our existing client pool and prospects will be much more cost-effective and allow us the flexibility of offering a more hands-on approach to fully realized and executed content solutions. We are elated to bring in an essential piece of the puzzle to our growing agency that we’ve been lacking since our inception.”

“I’m very excited to step in and offer my hand in contributing to the rich development and youthful fortitude of Boldwerks, and their place as spirited and poignant movers and shakers in the creative marketing realm,” said Hislop. “I am confident that this is the beginning of a very fruitful relationship and am anxious to start cranking out engaging and boundary-shaking content that compliments the brilliant design work that Boldwerks is already known for.”

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