You’ve got a story.
We’d like to help you tell it better.
We are a creative team helping clients connect and engage with their worlds for greatest impact.
We do things like
- lStrategic Planning
- Web Development
- Print Collateral
- IVideo Production
- Public Relations
- Social Media
- Content Management
But we also do non-traditional stuff we never dreamed of doing because clients needed our help:
- Building a traveling display in the back of a semi and managing its logistics
- Photographing a shirtless guy with a laptop and a baby on a unicycle to symbolize work/life balance
- Ninja sparkler writing because we needed an amazing visual for a poster series
- Pretending to undergo surgery, MRIs, childbirth, and laser hair removal for the sake of photos and videos that feature real clinicians
Either way – we help you achieve results by:
- Engaging and persuading your publics
- Explaining business strategies to employees
- Creating awareness of your products, services or cause
- Repositioning your brand
- Changing attitudes and behaviors
- Increasing sales
We focus on being creative. Being responsive. Helping you communicate better.
Public Relations, Branding
When Public Health Meets COVID-19
The Barckholtz Group served (and continues to serve) as a public information support team to help the Saginaw County Health Department pivot and innovate to respond not only to a novel virus but also to every home, school, business, gathering and public place in Saginaw County.
Video Production, Web Development
Transmitting the Real World of Work into Classrooms
Without a face-to-face event, we found a new and different way to deliver career and college readiness activities to students in 11 counties.
Branding, Video Production, Web Design
Building a Brand that Builds Brands
Hausbeck Pickles and Peppers aren’t usually the main ingredients in a sub, sandwich, pizza, or salad, but they contribute significantly to the success of most of our nation’s top quick-serve restaurant chains. So, when your top-quality product is labeled with someone else’s brand, how do you build your own?