A local bee farm commissioned Creative Forest to create their logo and website to help consumers in the Greater Toronto Area know about their business and could call to place honey orders. We created a welcoming logo along with a website that had all the necessary information that someone would need to find out about unpasteurized raw local honey. As always, the websites we create are responsive, meaning they show they way they should be on a laptop, PC, tablet or mobile.
Victor Godhino of PANGEA Personal Financial Planning™ contacted Creative Forest to provide a full re-branding service package which included a responsive web design, business card design, social media campaign and search engine optimization.
PANGEA Personal Financial Planning™ delivers professional financial planning services ranging from Financial Management, Investment Planning, Insurance and Risk Management, Tax Planning, Estate Planning and Retirement Planning
Members of their team have been featured in several high-profile media publications including: The Globe & Mail, Canadian Wealth Professional, HuffPost Business, Global News, CBC News.ca, The Toronto Star and The Financial Post.
TOLO Clothiers had an outdated website that they felt did not reflect the brand. We at Creative Forest helped them to give a refreshing face-lift that reflected the prestige and professionalism of the company like the clientele that they have.
They are a Toront0-based custom tailored suit designer company. They have clients from all over the world, notably Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment, Porsche Canada, Coca-Cola, and Ford. Anthony DeBartolo, who owns the company has tailored custom-made suits for various CEO’s, Presidents, and Executives.
Omega Group and The Fairmont Royal York hosted the un-official kick-off party of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, #TWIFF2, on Wednesday, August 27th
After last year’s resoundingly successful inaugural party where over 1200+ guests converged at the Toronto landmark, they once again produced this spectacular event. This year,they partnered up with one of the world’s leading film studios, Warner Bros, to make this an even more exceptional and high-calibre celebration of film, culture and Toronto.
TWIFF2 took everyone back to the classical age of cinema with a 1920’s black & white theme. The ambience was hearken back to the era in which cinema was born. There was an extensive line-up of live music, social media, specialty cocktails, hors d’eourves, prizes and notable brands, products, faces and personalities of the entertainment world. It was without a doubt the premier pre-festival party and the talk of the town.