Established in 1997, Taber Creative Group (TCG) is an award-winning marketing and advertising company with a unique ability to help each brand present its true value and potential for growth. For 25 years, TCG has been delivering fully customized branding and marketing communications solutions that show and tell unique brand stories.
Founder and President Kirk Taber guides this full-service brand consultancy as it assists private, public and nonprofit sector clients in demonstrating and leveraging their value. As a leader, Taber enjoys contributing to his team members’ growth and happiness and helping them find their work/life balance. He has been fortunate to have been very involved in his children’s lives and encourages his employees to seek that presence with their own families.
“I try to bring positive energy, optimism and a solutions-based focus to every situation, knowing that every challenge represents a commensurate opportunity,” Taber says. “I treat my team members as family, as I consider them to be, and they have shown me the same level of respect and patience. Character is destiny.”
“We’ve been able to demonstrate that a brand’s value can absolutely transcend quarterly and annual revenues by ‘showing and telling’ the promise of continuing success.” — Kirk Taber, President and Director of Brand Strategy
Highly talented individuals able to identify, plan and execute custom branding, marketing and advertising solutions on any level make up the TCG team. Creative Director Zachary Willmann has been with TCG since 2005, Art Director John Kortas since 2013, Director of Client Services Cindy Sutton since 2016, and newest team member Gianna Ross has been on board for more than a year.
Pleased to be in their new studio and offices on Capitol Mall across from Golden 1 Center and DOCO, the firm expects a growth trajectory that reflects working with private equity/venture capital groups that recognize the value in their services. “We’ve been able to demonstrate that a brand’s value can absolutely transcend quarterly and annual revenues by ‘showing and telling’ the promise of continuing success,” Taber says.