Our Agency's Response to One Year of COVID-19

As we all continue to cope with the impact of a year-long pandemic, it’s easy to focus on the negative right now. At Devaney & Associates, we choose to focus on the positive. Here are 5 bright thoughts we’ve had throughout this experience.

1. You are not alone.

From virtual happy hours to online cooking classes, our office has gone above and beyond to stay connected and grow stronger as a team. If you are facing unprecedented communications and staffing challenges right now, we are here to help. With ordinary office hours and extraordinary solutions, Devaney & Associates has your back.

2. Technology is pretty awesome.

Even though our team has been working remotely during this period, we’ve learned how to adapt to new technology—making us even more efficient. Email us, call us, or let’s schedule a virtual meeting. We could all use a little FaceTime right now.

3. Quarantine doesn't mean restricted creativity.

Since we’ve been working from the safety of our homes, we’ve used our agency’s creativity to come up with some out-of-the-box answers to solve unexpected marketing challenges brought on by the pandemic. Check out our work on the Carroll Hospital “Better Together” Wall to see how we created and implemented the installation of an interactive wall design for the hospital—while meeting tight deadlines and following COVID-19 protocols.

4. This, too, shall pass.

As we  move into a year of COVID-19, it’s normal to feel a little disheartened. But know there’s always hope on the horizon. Let’s use this time wisely to plan your next big move. How will your brand bounce back and grow? Contact us today and let’s get started.

5. We love you guys.

Ultimately, this has been a reminder of how much we really mean to each other. We’ve been able to stay in constant contact with clients, and we’ve learned to appreciate each other on an even deeper level. Thank you for being an essential part of our business’s success this past year. We can’t wait to see you when we get out of the house again.

We’re still in this together—and we’ll come out stronger than ever.