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301 W 4th St
Suite 300
Royal Oak, MI 48067

Skidmore Studio


Tim Smith

Tim Smith is the CEO of Skidmore Studio, a creative agency that's hiring in downtown Royal Oak.

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Skidmore is a creative studio filled with a group of graphic designers, Illustrators, interactive designers, copywriters, and motion artists. It has called Metro Detroit home since the 1950s.

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New clients equal new hires, or at least that's the formula at Skidmore Studio.  The downtown Royal Oak marketing agency has just hired a senior graphic designer and plans to further expand its staff later this year."We have some new clients that are pushing our capacity and capabilities," says Tim Smith, president and CEO of Skidmore Studio.Those new clients include Troy-based North American Bancard and Sport U Technologies (Brighton), locally based companies with a footprint that extends into the Midwest or nationally. Skidmore Studio plans to hire a web programmer and media planner buyer with national experience later this year. A new project manager and account executive may also be added to the staff of 21 people.Skidmore Studio is filled with creatives, including graphic designers, illustrators, interactive designers, copywriters, and motion artists. The agency has specialized in design and illustration in Metro Detroit since the 1950s. It has relied primarily on customer referrals for its growth, a plan Smith intends to stick with for the foreseeable future."We need to concentrate on doing an extraordinary job for our clients," Smith says.Source: Tim Smith, president and CEO of Skidmore StudioWriter: Jon Zemke read on…
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