There’s a special feeling in knowing the work you’re producing is making an impact on the local community’s greater good. Here at Absolute Studios, we’ve taken pride through the years helping local non-profit organizations maximize what are typically limited resources. Whether you’re an established entity or are just starting up, our full-service team of marketing experts, client success managers, digital media specialists, web designers, graphic designers, animators, writers, public relations specialists, producers, editors, sound engineers and directors can help you craft the perfect message no matter who you seek to reach.
With decades of experience working with clients like The American Red Cross, Barnesville Area Community Fund, Community Action Partnership of North Dakota, Diocese of Fargo, Eventide, F5 Project, Job Service of North Dakota, The North Dakota Human Trafficking Taskforce, Perham Area Community Center, Rape and Abuse Crisis Center, Vocational Training Center, YMCA and many more, we have a profound understanding of the nuances you face across the non-profit landscape. Whether you’ve had an idea stuck in your head with no feasible way to bring it to fruition or simply know you need some advertorial help but have no idea where to start, Absolute Studios can help your organization grow to soaring new heights.
Contact us today to find out how Absolute Studios can help your non-profit business.
"Absolute led us through a clearly defined process"
Absolute Studios led us through a clearly defined process, and we had ample opportunity for input and involvement along the way. This process included electronic surveys of child care operators and focus group facilitation to best understand the target market; development of a name, logo, and brand standard manual; and marketing strategies and evaluation metrics. The team was very flexible in responding to our edits and ideas, and were respectful of our budget throughout the process. We enjoyed working with Absolute Studios and are pleased with the products developed
– Linda Lembke, CCR&R Director, Lakes & Prairies Community Action Partnership