Imaj Helps EPI Make Progress

A 5-min video and new fundraising and capabilities kit, created by Imaj, received outstanding response at a recent event for The Economic Progress Institute (EPI).

“Once again Imaj came through and went above and beyond with a video that provides deeper insight into our complex brand than we even thought possible. Our guests went out of their way to complement both the video and communications materials at the event,” said Kate Brewster, Executive Director, EPI.
“We have worked with Imaj for several years now, beginning with our incredibly successful rebrand from The Poverty Institute to The Economic Progress Institute, and then finding solutions to our other marketing communications and fundraising needs. Their work and their level of service is nothing less than exceptional at all times. We consider them a partner in our branding, communications and fundraising and greatly appreciate their obvious support of our work.”


EPI is committed to improving economic security and opportunity for low- and modest- income Rhode Islanders. The organization informs and influences state policy debates to ensure that all Rhode Islanders have a warm home, food on the table, affordable health care, and opportunities to get ahead. Through research and analysis, strategic communications, and collaboration with community partners, EPI advances common-sense solutions that build a bridge to the middle class for more Rhode Islanders.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged by Jeff Morse. Bookmark the permalink.
Jeff Morse

About Jeff Morse

Jeff Morse is one of the founding partners of Imaj Associates. His professional background is insanely diverse. Except for the decade he spent building and renovating houses, Jeff has spent the bulk of the rest of his career in front of a computer as an accountant, database developer, financial systems developer, web developer, and overall geek. Google+

Comments are closed.