In our flurry of cool projects we forgot to post our big move on the blog.
Here it is, the OFFICIAL WORD:
Going Interactive, a new kind of creative agency, announces a move from Marietta to Historical Roswell, GA, and throws down first quarter bragging rights.
Going Interactive has firm roots in Atlanta; for almost 10 years they have been busy creating websites, presentations, videos, and other interactive media for both B2B and B2C clients. 2006 marked a banner year for the agency, and this year has already boasted employee, client and exciting new office expansions.
Near Historical Roswell Square, Going Interactive’s new loft space is cutting-edge in visual design and gadgets. Owners Doug and Jason Davenport personally selected every detail of the new office with growth and expansion in mind. With tools like top-of-the-line surround sound and an in-house green-screen audio/visual studio, Going Interactive stands ready to tackle the needs of all its current and future clients. Development of strategic websites, corporate and viral videos, interactive presentations, and all things pixel-based has never been more fun than in the crisp new space!
2007 began with the launch of RubiksRevolution.com, a site successfully announcing the new electronic Rubik’s Cube toy, hitting stores this summer. Along with Techno Source, NYC, Going Interactive created a mass market “Dance Your Hands Off” contest. Going Interactive’s creative ingenuity sparked the promotion of viral videos that will drive traffic from YouTube, MySpace, and RubiksRevolution.com.
Other notable first quarter launches include the already live NewHomeGuide.com, the B2B launch for CNNRadio.com coming mid April, and the soon to launch viral marketing campaigns for AutoGuide.com. Stay tuned to GoingInteractive.com for updates on creative endeavors as well as a new Going Interactive corporate identity – coming soon!
The new address is:
A new kind of creative agency.
912 Holcomb Bridge Road
Roswell, GA 30076