Acrobatique Creative concepted, branded and planned Rhythm & Groove for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust to Celebrate International Jazz Day. Rhythm & Groove took place on Saturday April, 30th at the August Wilson Center in the Cultural District with 700 guests spent the night club hopping at the August Wilson Center. Imagine a legendary jazz club, a notorious dance hot spot, an intimate speakeasy and a cool out art lounge
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Pittsburgh’s chocolatiers stood over their delectable displays as a conductor would his orchestra, readying themselves for the chocolate cacophony that was awaiting the sold out crowd at the Benedum. Facilitated by Acrobatique Creative, The Chocolate Bar was a night of endless enchantment.
As creatives, we have a naturally profound respect for mother earth and all her offerings. So when Earth Day rolled around last year Acrobatique Creative geared up to honor our planet in ways that only we can. Entering into the 46th year of the Earth Day movement which continues to ignite activism for preserving our planet, Acrobatique Creative aided in showcasing to the world how much Pittsburgh has transcended itself from a Steel Town.
Having lived through the Heaven era together, I knew I could trust Ronda and her team to recreate the energy and level of sophistication that was so essential to the "Heaven" brand. Acrobatique pulled it off with class and great style! It was a very nostalgic night for everyone who attended this special event. - Richard Stern
Meet 99 Prominent Pittsburgh Entrepreneurs
It’s been a groundbreaking year for women in business in Western Pennsylvania. From small business owners to corporate executives, we’re honored to present to you 99 exceptional entrepreneurs! All nominated by colleagues, friends, and peers, these lively ladies had the opportunity to mingle at our Women in Business event, held at the Omni William Penn Hotel. The high energy in the room was contagious as the women shared stories, mutual networks, and support for one another. As relationships formed organically, we witnessed our mission of making connections come to life! Meet these deserving leaders below, and read about how they got their start, the best part about being a woman in business in our community, and their sage advice. Congratulations to our Class of 2015 for rising to the top of their industries!
The Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel is kicking off its “Summer of Discovery,” inviting hotel guests and the local community to marvel at the wonders of the universe with a premier “Stargazing” event on Thursday, June 26, 2014 from 6:00-8:00pm. The event, which will take place simultaneously with over 150 Renaissance Hotels around the world, is part of the lifestyle hotel brand’s third annual “Global Day of Discovery.”
Ronda Zegarelli is the first to admit she’s a latecomer to investing.
“I did not grow up with the concept,” she said. “I was a horrible saver.”
But Zegarelli, president of Acrobatique Creative Ltd., wastes no time in stressing the importance of getting her finances in order over the past seven years.
She had built a savings account substantial enough to enable her to launch her new marketing company in February — after Giant Ideas, Pittsburgh’s sixth-biggest advertising agency and her employer of nearly three years, folded — without dipping into her portfolio. Zegarelli sprung for computers, printers, printing fees, corporation start-up fees and an official launch party event last month.
“I am happy to say that I have almost paid off my initial start-up fees since our company started up,” Zegarelli said. “We are working virtually right now and it has kept our fees nimble and, consequently, we can pass off the efficiency to our clients. I have money set aside for an office-space lease and when the timing and location is right, we will find the right location for our business.”
Zegarelli, who started Acrobatique with six co-workers at Giant Ideas to serve a few of that agency’s clients, knows the importance of keeping costs in check. Giant Ideas was hobbled by client cutbacks during the recession and never recovered; it had also taken on the expense of new, larger offices. Zegarelli has focused on practical solutions.
“I am fortunate to have a conference room available to use on the first floor of my condo building, so it has worked out well for us in the interim,” she said. “When I was at my […]
Braddock's American Brasserie is an upscale restaurant in downtown Pittsburgh managed by Sage Restaurant Group, a restaurant and hospitality company based out of Denver, Colorado. With a miniscule budget for traditional media, our task was to drive ROI and consumer awareness through an integrated approach using social media, events, strategic community partnerships and PR.
Our team worked within a one-week timeline to roll out Cindy Crawford's new furniture line with LEVIN Furniture. We produced a high-profile event resulting in high market visibility, including a Cindy 1meet & greet with Cindy and key management team.