Matt Christ

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Matt Christ has managed and produced effective brand and marketing strategies for a wide range of corporate and nonprofit organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region. His success is driven by his simple and profound belief that the same quality standards that make national brands successful should be applied to every size business.

Matthew serves his current client base through the utilization of a virtual network consisting of local and global creative and manufacturing resources, combined with 27 years of industry experience and a passion to help business owners improve their bottom line. A sampling of his client list includes CSX, IBM, Bel Air Construction, NMTC, City of Aberdeen, DRD Pools, Survice Engineering, Lambda Technologies, and University Center.
He has served on the Economic Development Commission for the City of Aberdeen and has developed and taught on the subject matter of effective brand/marketing for the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in the Northeastern region. He lives in Harford County and is enjoying 37 years of marriage with his wife Kim, and their 8 children and 11 grandchildren.

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What’s in a Name? Tips on Naming or Renaming a Company

What’s in a Name? Tips on Naming or Renaming a Company

| January 10, 2018

You may be starting a new business or organization, and you’re ready to come up with a good name! Or perhaps, you have an existing business but are unsure of how to improve your current name. It is easy to overlook some critical areas when naming a business; the hope is that this article serves […]

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Six Ways To Tell If Your Business Has A Great Logo

Six Ways To Tell If Your Business Has A Great Logo

| August 23, 2017

There are many types of logos out there, and it is likely that you have one that you may or may not like. However, ‘like” is not necessary the key word when it comes to logos. While liking, or loving your logo is important, what matters more is functionality. According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, a logo […]

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