Thursday, September 16, 2010
Last month we made our tradeshow debut at the International Conference of Shopping Centers show in Kissimmee, FL. We scraped and saved and Neke’s mother burnt the midnight oil sewing for us to help produce our first booth. Yes, the booth does look fantastic, thank you. It’s simple, but we had a great location and met a lot of new people. And even if none of those new connections develop into projects, at least people know that we exist! Although we don’t plan to buy another booth soon, we do plan to also visit the NAIOP show in Orlando next month and attend the IAAPA show in Orlando in November. Hopefully we’ll see you there!
Sunday, August 15, 2010
It could be both, but the former might explain why ELEVEN18 Architecture has appeared in the news three times in the last month. Frankly, it’s been a little hard to keep up with the reports and that’s why they’re all being posted at once!
The first report is an article from the Orlando Business Journal announcing a major project in town and it points out that ELEVEN18 Architecture has been selected as the project architect. We’re very excited about this job and are looking forward to having it published again in the future!
About the same week, we appeared in the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Business insert. This article – not sure it’s even an article – is much shorter and it didn’t get the name of our company exactly right, but it still generated some congratulatory emails and phone calls. So it would seem people are getting to know us by name!
The most recent mention of ELEVEN18 Architecture in the press appeared last week in the Orlando Business Journal’s “Green” insert for 2010. A special report on business’s going green in Orlando, our own Kim Day was interviewed and photographed for the article!
Monday, May 3, 2010
Just when you think you’re not marketing, someone will remind you that you are always marketing. They might do it by asking you casually what type of work your company does or you might surprise yourself to find that the fellow across the table from you at some luncheon is looking precisely for the services your company provides. And then, there’s that rare moment for which some people long and others fear with all their heart, the moment when a television reporter with camera in tow unexpectedly shoves a microphone into your face and says, “We’re live in 30. Ready?”
Well, it wasn’t quite like that, but there was a microphone, a camera and a reporter. About a month ago (yes, I’m behind in getting this story posted) Kim and I went to a meeting at the Orlando City Hall for a new project being promoted in town called the Creative Village. It is an effort by the powers that be to redevelop the property which will be abandoned by the Orlando Magic when their new arena opens next year. The new arena, by the way, is about ½ a mile south.
At any rate there are grand plans to redevelop this area into
Sadly, we’ve not been able to locate the video on line. Actually, allow me to re-phrase;
We’ve have been gleefully unable to locate the video on line, but did find a written synopsis at the link below. We’re sure you will agree that it is really, really neat.