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Stay Calm Industries—OOH Agency Today

AKA, what happens when crisp visuals meet cold analytics

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OOH Agency Today Stay Calm Industries

by Sarah Druhan, OOH TODAY Journalist

The moment you click a link to their website, it’s easy to see where Stay Calm Industries gets their distinctive name. Wallpapered with soothing yellows and a neat, loopy cursive throughout, everything about this agency gives off the idea of a relaxing breath of fresh air. And that seems to be the exact energy they try and give to every one of their clients: just sit back. You can relax now. We got this.

While Stay Calm Industries’ office may be a small one, there’s no doubt that their marketing abilities are mighty. Their full-service work allows them to cultivate a range of colorful creativity across all spectrums of advertising and branding, with a helpful splash of solid, cold data mixed in. As seen in their work for Glemser Technologies, they know how to leave alone what already works in a logo, while also ‘refreshing’ parts of it to make it more appealing to their target demographic. Every piece of their work is a perfect marriage between clean, neat visuals and proven analytics. And for anyone hunting for uniformity in this agency’s many designs and marketing visuals, you’re likely to come up empty-handed. Stay Calm Industries changes their style as comfortably as a chameleon changes color—whether it’s modernist, retro or even in-your-face gritty, this company does it all. 

Keeping customers ‘calm’ since 2013, there’s no telling what’s next for this outside-the-box creative marketing agency. One thing we can say, though, is that if you’re looking for a company that emits ‘good vibes,’ you’re definitely in the right place.

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