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Changing Tides – May 2015

Changing Tides - May 2015

Open House – Celebrating the 4th Dimension

Celebration Baloons - Young Company

After fifteen years of bumping chairs, and suffering the long lines outside our unisex restroom, Young Company has decided to make a move. We are adding much needed office space on the floor above us at 361 Forest Avenue in the heart of downtown Laguna Beach. Please join us at our open house on June 4 to help us celebrate the ‘space’ part of the space-time continuum.

As Baltimore smolders and Nepal grieves in the wake of their devastating earthquake, I cannot help but feel deeply blessed to live in this corner of the United States. As if the good weather and positive economic climate were not enough, we continue to enjoy one of the safest communities in the world today.

I welcome your feedback! Reach Bart at byoung@youngcompany.com or 949-438-2722.

Signed by Bart Young


Client Spotlight: DiMiYa

DiMiYa

The DiMiYa early education program was developed in China and designed specifically to provide children with a competitive advantage. The first DiMiYa School in the U.S. offers a global education with a one-of-a-kind academic preparatory curriculum that includes language, music and a STEM studio. Young Company will develop the strategy for DiMiYa’s first U.S. advertising campaign, design and execute direct mail and develop an online strategy that will include Google and Facebook advertising campaigns.


Employee Spotlight: Spencer Miller

Spencer Miller

Spencer brings years of experience in both web development and graphic design to Young Company. He has handcrafted web content for a variety of businesses, artists and musicians, ranging from personal blogs and portfolios to complete online shopping experiences. Integrating design skills with a strong knowledge of programming, Spencer enjoys adapting to each new project, bringing style and originality to sites while maintaining functionality and a reliable user experience. Spencer is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley, and when away from his desk, he is most often found at the beach or practicing photography.