Integrated marketing and communications agency Didit, based in Mineola, announced the acquisition of the marketing and advertising firm Berwald Creative, in Centerport, according to Dave Pasternack, president and co-founder of Didit.
This is the agency’s eighth acquisition in three years, allowing it to fully expand its communications services and enhance its client and prospect offerings. Under the agreement, Berwald Creative will retain its company name, but will move its office to Didit’s headquarters at 330 Old Country Road in Mineola on September 1, 2015.
Didit specializes in strategic, results-oriented marketing and public relations and leading-edge digital solutions, while Berwald Creative’s focus is on branding, web and graphic design, online and print advertising, and other creative tactics. The acquisition will allow for seamless collaboration on projects on a day-to-day basis in order to provide clients with premium output and optimal results.
“Berwald Creative is an industry leader in branding through print, web, media, direct mail and social media,” said Pasternack. “Our goal is to be the most capable source for marketing advice, strategy and campaign execution in the area. The addition of Berwald Creative will certainly fit in with our strategy, and we are delighted to welcome the team to our agency.”
For more than 25 years, Berwald Creative’s seasoned team of professionals has been providing skillful and strategic direction to its clients through integrated marketing plans, graphic design, photography, videography, content marketing and other services.
Berwald Creative is led by its founder Patty Berwald. “We are very pleased to join the Didit team,” said Berwald. “The new relationship will create an innovative and exciting dimension to our business model. Combining our purposeful design, engaging marketing, and creative skillset with Didit’s advanced digital capabilities, strategic marketing and PR expertise will result in incredible growth opportunities for us and will be a great asset to our clients.”