Award-winning graphic design firm Enzo Creative recently marked its fifth year in business by forgoing the usual agency celebration and instead opening up its office in Summit to clients who were without power due to Hurricane Sandy.
“We’re fortunate to have a great team of creative professionals and vendors that allow us to provide a superior level of creativity and seamless production capabilities,” said Lou Leonardis, creative director and founder of Enzo Creative. “As much as we wanted to have a little celebration to thank our clients and vendors, and reward our team, it made more sense to invite our clients and others who were without power to use our office so they could keep in touch with their clients and conduct business. We can celebrate at a later date.”
From its beginning the design firm has made community involvement a priority and has helped support a number of local charitable events, including hike-a-thons, walk-a-thon, troop galas and other occasions that help raise money for good causes.
“I’m a big believer in you get back what you give, and given that only 30% of small businesses survive two years – and that half of those remaining are gone by year five – we’re thankful that we’ve continued to grow with the help of great clients who believe in supporting and building their brands through tough times as well as good,” Leonardis said.
Enzo Creative specializes in graphic design and web design with a main focus on branding, creating for a wide range of Fortune 500 clients and medium and small businesses. It has won numerous international and national awards for its design work on behalf of clients from prestigious industry leaders, including Art Directors Club, Graphic Design USA, Hermes Creative Awards and more. In addition, Enzo Creative’s work has been cited for excellence and featured throughout the web as well as being published in several books.