Monday, September 21, 2009

A Night To Remember: 2009 40 Under Forty Awards | Worcester Business Journal

A Night To Remember: 2009 40 Under Forty Awards Worcester Business Journal
The Worcester Business Journal held the 10th Anniversary of its 40 Under Forty Awards Wednesday night at Mechanics Hall.
Nearly 500 people came out to support this year's class of winners and honor our past winners.
To view more photos from the event click here. To read profiles on the 2009 honorees click here and to read updates on our past winners, click here.


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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mothers & Company logo gets a facelift!

Mothers & Company asked New Market Media to create a stand alone image from their existing logo. They have a beautiful existing logo that we absolutely love created by Tripp Longest. Their logo had a brown dot with the word 'moco' inside it which they wanted to get rid of. So, what we did was take some of the colors from their logo and create this.



About Mothers & Company...
Mothers and Company provides comprehensive, evidence-based education, postpartum support, and quality products to childbearing families in Central Massachusetts. Our services address the full circle of maternity and early parenting in a way that encourages the natural process, informed decision making, and informed purchasing. We are dedicated to offering organic and natural products and the best of the best products for parents and infants. All our products and services come with knowledgeable instruction and support.


MoCo is a community of women founded by women passionate about educating and supporting the childbearing family. Located in West Boylston, MA...http://www.mothersandcompany.com/

Sunday, September 6, 2009

New Single in the City logo


formerly Worcester in Love.


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Sarah J. Kyriazis named WBJ 40 under Forty

40 under 40
Sarah J. Kyriazis

Age: 33

Title: President

Company: New Market Media

Company location: Worcester Residence: Worcester

College: University of Vermont and Lesley College

Career highlights: My educational background is in classical studies and I became a technology teacher to at-risk high school students in Worcester. When I started a family, I began doing freelance graphic and web design.

I love working with small businesses and helping them achieve the brand and web presence their businesses need to compete in today’s market.

Community involvement: I am very involved in the Greek Orthodox community and volunteer my services for both St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Cathedral and Holy Trinity Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. I have also donated my services to Preservation Worcester, Blackstone CanalFest, Shrewsbury Youth & Family Services, Junior League’s Rock for a Cause and other local nonprofits. I think it’s important to volunteer, especially at my church, because it is the parishioners that keep it going.

Biggest professional success: Launching mymetromama.com and holding the metroMAMA Kids’ Expo. We had more than 1,200 people attend and enjoy a fabulous fun-filled day. The expo raised money for a local nonprofit that does fingerprints for children at no charge.

Dream job: My ultimate dream job is to learn to decorate and make 3D cakes and cookies for weddings/special events.

Businessperson she admires most and why: The businessperson I admire most is my grandfather, Peter Angelakis. He grew up very poor, the son of Greek immigrants and became a very successful businessperson. He taught me about work ethic and he is always giving me support and advice on how to deal with clients, employees and business in general.

If you weren’t doing the job you’re doing now, what would you do? If I wasn’t doing web/graphic design, I would probably go back to my former job as an instructional technologist. I have a master’s in education in technology and I love teaching teachers how to use technology to enhance their curriculum.


original location: http://www.wbjournal.com/news44308.html