Schipper Design is now Waltz Creative
Changing your company’s name and brand identity takes courage and a little hand-holding. Name changes can signal a new direction and should reflect the soul of the organization, but they also require great care to transfer brand equity and bring brand champions along the way. For Schipper Design, the decision to change the name and rebrand was purposeful and well planned.
Putting the finish line in reach for a local nonprofit.
Quality branding and marketing are often out of reach for small nonprofits. The Creatives for Community design grant program allows us to help nonprofits with design needs they may not otherwise be able to achieve and is something the entire Schipper Design team looks forward to each year.
What can we say? Girl power!
This summer, Schipper Design celebrates receiving the highly regarded Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) certification from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). WBENC is the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the U.S. and is a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs.
We’ll miss you Kathy!
Today we celebrate Kathy Schipper’s retirement from Schipper Design. Words cannot express the gratitude we at Schipper Design have for the time we’ve shared with Kathy as our mentor, advisor, and friend. Her passion for art, design and people will leave a lasting impression on all of us.
Schipper’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic
We are all in this together to stop the spread of COVID-19. It seems every corner of our globe is affected. On behalf of the leadership team at Schipper Design, we are making a conscious effort to ensure the health and well-being of our staff, as well as our availability to clients’ needs during this time.
Use mindfulness to cope and connect.
During times of crisis, we all react differently. Some fight, or rather swoop into action. Others freeze or flee, overwhelmed and afraid of how to respond. If you can roll with the punches, your brand and business can survive.
Third annual grant program empowers community through design
The Creatives for Community grant program, also known as C4C, is one way we contribute to our local communities by doing what we do best – design. Brainchild of Kathy Schipper, the program stemmed from years of collaboration with nonprofits and her firm belief that nonprofits are an essential part of a healthy community and should have marketing materials that equal their for-profit counterparts.