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Grafik is the branding agency that defines and develops brands, driving engagement across every channel. Here, brand and digital co-exist without compromise. What does this mean for your company? Everything.

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WALDRON PRIVATE WEALTH

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  • “The folks from Grafik are smart, thoughtful, and caring—a wicked combination to help bring out your organization’s intellectual and visual wow.”

    Zachary Bookman, CEO, opengov
  • “Grafik’s rebrand of Waldron is beautiful, professional, and strategic. But what’s most impressive is that it is absolutely true to who we are and how we relate to our clients. It was as if they were in our heads all along.”

    Matthew Helfrich, President, Waldron Private Wealth
  • “Grafik is actually much more than a branding and advertising firm. They are branding consultants, who apply strategy for success.”

    Douglas Kitani, CEO, IAP