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Vitiello Communications Group on Growth Trajectory

New logo and website are visual expressions of the agency's growth

NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J., April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Vitiello Communications Group (VTLO), a leader in helping companies drive engagement, is experiencing rapid growth with the addition of several new clients to its roster and the expansion of its core team and consultants.

VTLO's new logo represents the upward momentum and growth the agency has been experiencing.

The agency is expressing that growth in a redesigned website and new logo. With a springboard in the letter V (for VTLO) and a ball bouncing skyward, the logo represents the upward momentum the agency has been experiencing. The easy-to-navigate website explains the breadth of VTLO's services and provides visitors with the opportunity to subscribe at no charge to VTLO-produced, thought-provoking white papers, tip sheets and an e-newsletter.

VTLO's three specialty areas are employee engagement, leadership and change communications. "Change is the new normal in organizations today," says Jill Vitiello, VTLO's founder and president. "As companies merge, relocate, downsize and reorganize, leaders need to be transparent and earn the trust of their people to ensure a culture of engagement. That's where VTLO comes in. We provide communications that work."

The agency's multi-dimensional communications transform a company from within. VTLO has expertise in:

  • Strategic counseling, guiding decisions and formulating action plans
  • Writing communications that inform and inspire
  • Conducting research, from focus groups and surveys to executive interviews
  • Managing projects to meet demanding deadlines and measure progress
  • Conceiving and implementing campaigns, from special events to internal marketing initiatives

VTLO is the only communications agency whose senior team is made up entirely of Fortune 500-experienced professionals. Through proven approaches and out-of-the-box thinking, VTLO's account directors help corporate clients such as Bayer, Merck, Novartis, Prudential and many others engage their people to keep productivity high and achieve business goals.

VTLO's new tagline, "Engage. Inspire. Achieve," speaks to the results the agency accomplishes when partnering with business leaders. "We pride ourselves on building long-term relationships with our clients," says Jill. "Helping them succeed is our top priority."

About Vitiello Communications Group
VTLO is the go-to expert for employee engagement, leadership and change communications. For more than two decades, the agency has provided communications services for clients in a range of industries, including pharmaceutical, financial services, utilities and technology. VTLO is a certified woman-owned business by the State of N.J. and the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). For more information, visit www.vtlo.com.

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Kristen Erickson
[email protected] 
732-238-6622

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