Grafik Goes Miami.

Posted by | February 20, 2011 | Work | No Comments

Grafik is starting off the new year with a new client in the education sector—Gulliver Schools. Gulliver is renowned for its International Baccalaureate (IB) World School Programme, Signature Academic Program offerings, and Blue Ribbon School designation. The prominent school has been providing the finest in academics, visual art and performing arts, and athletics to its student body since 1926 from its Miami campuses.

“Grafik has a strong core competency within the education sector working over the years with such notable institutions as Johns Hopkins University, George Mason University, and Strayer University,” said Chief Creative Officer, Hal Swetnam. “Engaging with Gulliver Schools to enhance its already reputable brand is a complement to our roster of current engagements with Georgetown University and DC Prep.”

According to Gulliver’s Head of School John Krutulis, Grafik was selected “for its strategic approach to Gulliver’s branding needs and strong reputation for delivering bottom line-oriented results in the education industry.” Grafik will focus its efforts in the development of cohesive messaging, as well as look and feel for the larger Gulliver brand.

Gulliver Schools is a 501 (c) (3) private, not-for-profit, independent, coeducational, nonsectarian day school with the mission of providing a superior college-preparatory education and ensuring an outstanding dynamic learning environment which recognizes and nurtures the unique talents and gifts of each student. For more information about Gulliver Schools, please visit

About Teddi

Teddi Alyce Segal, former VP of Marketing and Business Development at Grafik.

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