Warschawski Adds Creative Design Services Division
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Warschawski Adds Creative Design Services Division

Warschawski has launched a new creative design services division that will provide in-house graphic design, illustration, digital communications and collateral material development.

Paul Holmes

BALTIMORE—Warschawski has launched a new creative design services division that will provide in-house graphic design, illustration, digital communications and collateral material development. The firm has hired Thomas Neuberger as creative design director to lead the new division and handle all aspects of client service. 

The announcement comes on the heels of Warschawski’s name change (it was formerly known as Warschawski Public Relations) to reflect the broader service offerings.

“Warschawski is focused on generating business results for its clients, and Thomas’ strategic approach to creating visual communications, combined with stellar design skills, makes him a great fit for our agency,” says Amy Christopher, senior vice president. “With our recent name change and the development of this new division, Warschawski continues to broaden the scope of what clients should expect when working with a communications agency—strategically focused campaigns that reinforce brand resonance and create bottom line results.”

Prior to joining Warschawski, Neuberger owned his own graphic design company, Neudesigns, where he created websites, corporate logos and illustrations for clients such as United States Tennis Association, Cal Ripken Jr., The Maryland Special Olympics, and Passport Discovery.

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