Served by a suite of media services -- earned media, shared media, owned media, paid media and mixed media, the firm delivers an integrated one-stop solution. Trevelino/Keller also boasts the industry’s best staff retention, having lost one person to any agency in 18 years. Ranked #2 in Atlanta, its based on Atlanta’s urban westside along with a presence at Atlanta Tech Village. In response to a growing demand for creative and interactive needs, the firm established Groovy Studios in 2014, a creative arm that offers graphic design, web services, content development and brand identity. Since its inception, Groovy Studios has received more than 60 of the firm’s more than 160 marketing and communications awards.
While an independent firm, Trevelino/Keller is recognized, in part, for the dynamic networks it creates to serve clients in a rapidly changing environment. Networks today include: Atlas Alliance, a global network of like-minded boutique firms that deliver in country services in Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America and the Middle East; and, WheelhouseTK, a consultant network that offers white label services to the firm, including video production, research and media planning. In 2016, the firm launched Winepreneurs, an organization that brings entrepreneurs, investors and influencers together to prosper through collaboration.
With its continued support of emerging markets, Trevelino/Keller continues to manage its commitment to what it calls Start-Opia, an initiative to give back to those organizations supporting startups. Today the firm supports Atlanta Tech Village, Atlanta Tech Angels, Raise Forum, Keiretsu Forum, LaunchPad and TechAlpharetta.
Expanding its commitment to small businesses, the firm launched T/K SmallBiz - www.tksmallbiz.com – to begin offering creative services to more traditional small businesses. In 2020, it served more than 27 companies. In 2021, it hopes to double that effort.
And this past year, the firm launched three community-driven initiatives to address social and health challenges in the US. www.georgiaalive.com [public awareness regarding COVID-19]; www.voice4changeproject.com [public education regarding social equality] and www.remembertheoctanes.com [consumer engagement in support of struggling business].