When Atomic Revenue met the AIE management team in 2019, the company was facing a myriad of challenges, including, but not limited to, the fact that most revenue was tied to one client who was contemplating a reduced contract. AIE, also known as Alternatives in Engineering, also had a confusing brand identity, a website security issue, a longer sales cycle than most, trade show spend that was not paying off, and a multi-generational family leadership team taking over the company. Then the pandemic hit, and their largest client did, in fact, minimize their service contract.
A family-owned, St. Louis-based commercial printing company, The Advertisers Printing Company, proves you’re never too old for growth and change. For nearly a century, this business has stayed at the forefront of modern printing and cutting-edge technology. So why did the third- and fourth-generation owners decide to work with Atomic Revenue?
This is a truly remarkable client success story for many reasons, one being that Atomic Revenue, two PR firms, a media buyer, a creative agency, a tableau® building consultant, an internal organization of 10+ employees, and a board of directors all worked together to take Paper & Packaging Board’s marketing and educational campaign strategy to the next level. This collaboration and the objective were very different from the norm, as Paper & Packaging Board does not sell anything. It is an association that exists to influence the global community to use more of the industry’s products, with no revenue or profit to measure and track results.
For decades, a nationwide commercial real estate brokerage specializing in triple-net lease property investments was very successful without a lot of marketing. Up until the last few years, they had healthy inbound leads from repeat clientele and referrals and required very few lead-generating activities. However, as competition increased and the market evolved with online services, business began to stagnate. That’s when they decided to try digital marketing to increase revenue, and, after a year of allocating time and money to the effort, their attempt failed.
Guard911®, SchoolGuard®, and CampusGuard911™ apps put a panic button in the hands of every teacher, employee, or administrator for use in a crisis. The apps simultaneously speed-dial 911, alert the nearest on- and off-duty officers through the sister application, Hero911®, and alert all internal devices and nearby users to an active killer situation.
Our Urgent Care is a group of walk-in urgent medical care clinics designed to replace a visit to the ER. They now have seven locations in the greater St. Louis, St. Charles, and Franklin County areas and continue to grow.
Enterprise Bank & Trust was founded over 30 years ago on the idea of serving the lifetime financial needs of privately-held businesses, their owner families and other success-minded individuals.
Matt Heck founded NIS in St. Louis upon discovering an urgent need for breast reconstruction alternatives for women who have undergone a mastectomy or double mastectomy. With the help of NIS, women are now given realistic reconstruction options over other limited methods such as stenciling and tattooing.
Ed Hagen and Dan Sills founded OMiga in St. Louis as way to tailor back-office support for small to medium-sized businesses. Their expertise in finance, accounting, bookkeeping, payroll, human resources, and records management has helped businesses nationwide focus on their business while OMiga takes care of the rest.