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TGI Launches New Website

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website, TGINC.com. Our website includes a fresh new look and feel, provides more interaction, more videos, and more ways to see what TGI can do for you.

When creating our new website we had a few goals in mind. We wanted our site to be: 
-More user-friendly and interactive.
-A better representation of the variety of new services and products we offer.
-Optimized for mobile.

What we came up with was a highly interactive site, featuring many ways to get to know TGI.


Here are some of our favorite features on our new site
Videos:
TGI’s new website now has eight videos, including our Identity video, so now you can get to know who we are, what we do, and what TGI can do for you.

Check them out:
Identity video
MarCore video
Cross Media video
Wide Format
General business
Pharmaceutical
Manufacturing
Financial

Cross Media: 
We added an interactive page for you to test how a TGI Cross Media campaign works. It’s really neat. Click here to see it in action!

Super Wide Format Printing: 
Visitors are able to view our display catalog and Gallery to see what’s new and what we can do.

Interactive Print:
Visitors are able to test our QR Technology. Scan the QR code to lead you to a video with our friend, Joe Conklin.


We were able to successfully carry out all aspects of the new site to create a fresh, innovative, interactive, and easy to use site for our clients. So go ahead, check out the site, and don’t forget to follow us on Social Media!

TGI’s Power of 3 Symposium Re-Cap and Video

On Friday, March 14, 2014, TGI and Hewlett Packard (HP) hosted The Power of 3 Symposium, focusing on Innovation, Education and Interaction. Friends, clients and colleagues joined us for this innovative event all under the theme of our favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day. Watch our video below to see what the day was all about, and read below for more information.

Innovation:

Innovation was the name of the day – from the way we transformed our workspace to the speakers we invited from around the country – we wanted to bring opportunities for provocative thinking to our attendees.

Leading by example was essential for this event to be a successful one. We developed event graphics pulling out all the stops in our production capabilities. We ran an integrated marketing campaign combining print, email, web, social and in-person touches. And we chose speakers who are leaders in their fields, providing the most innovative solutions to our customer’s greatest challenges.

Education:

The goal of the Symposium was to provide great insight and ideas for clients and colleagues on the hottest challenges they are facing. We called in some of the leading marketing professionals and industry experts, to discuss marketing techniques and trends in today’s multi-channel world. Integrated Marketing, Tradeshow ROI, Branding through Packaging , Video Storytelling, Efficiency in Marketing Automation and Wall Décor gave our clients a diverse range of topics to lean from.

Interaction:

We had some great people in the building –between clients, speakers and TGI employees. That is why when planning our Symposium, we wanted to make sure that the ideas presented had the opportunity to be discussed and that the sparks of innovation could be ignited. First, we ensured each presentation was designed to facilitate an interactive exchange. During lunch, we brought the St. Patty’s Day theme to life with Irish Singers and Irish Dancers. During Cocktails and Connections, Fortune 500 marketers mingled with speakers to exchange ideas. We even brought in Comedian Joe Conklin to warm up the crowd with impressions of Philly’s greatest sports stars, and brought in Philadelphia Eagle’s Tight End Brent Celek. Scotland’s finest, Jimmy McGinty joined us for the event, kilt and all, to share his enthusiasm and love for our favorite holiday.

‘Like’ our Facebook page, and look at our Power of 3 Symposium albums: https://www.facebook.com/onlytgi/photos_albums

TGI Power of 3

Discover the Power of 3 at TGI’s marketing Symposium on Friday, March 14. Enjoy a day of education and St. Patrick’s Day festivities as you hear from leading marketing professionals and experience the sights and sounds of the holiday.

Last chance to register for the event!

To register for the event and find more information, log onto: www.tgipowerof3.com