Brasco’s Brandon Ives Receives 2013 40 Under 40 Leadership Award

Brasco’s Brandon Ives Receives 2013 40 Under 40 Leadership Award

Brasco /// May 21, 2013 by

Brandon Ives Brasco Design+Marketing Recognized Among Most Promising Young Business Leaders By Triangle Business Journal

Brasco Design + Marketing , an award winning web marketing and creative design agency that helps companies design and implement strategies to springboard their growth, has announced that Brandon Ives, managing partner and marketing strategist, has received a 2013 40 Under 40 Leadership Award from Triangle Business Journal. Each year, the 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards recognize outstanding professionals under the age of 40 for their contributions to their organizations and to the community. Ives was selected from among more than 300 qualified nominees for his commitment to making a difference and improving the Triangle’s business climate and community at large.

Since joining Brasco in 2010, Ives has guided the company to expand its services to serve clients throughout the United States and into Canada. Beyond his contributions to Brasco, Ives also participates in many charitable groups in the Triangle community such as Arts in Action, the N.C. CEO Forum, the Society for Marketing Professional Services, Global Entrepreneurship Community and the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce and its Young Professionals Network.

Ives, along with the 39 other award winners, were honored at an awards luncheon on Thursday, May 16 at the Durham Convention Center at 201 Foster St. Additionally, Triangle Business Journal profiled Ives and all other winners in a special section in its Friday, May 17 print edition.

For more information about the 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards visit http://bit.ly/10kTS3J.

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“I am honored to be recognized among the region’s up-and-coming thought leaders by Triangle Business Journal,” said Ives. “I look forward to the continued growth of the Triangle area and strengthening Brasco Design + Marketing on both local and national levels.”