STOREY COLLECTIVE

LEADING GTA REAL ESTATE AGENTS.

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Marianne has been helping people buy and sell real estate across the GTA since 2005. She founded Storey Collective in 2019 after continued success as an independent agent. She was also able to put together an amazing team, making Storey Collective consist of like-minded individuals from different facets of the real estate industry. Their services are varied and all come with a promise to adhere to the highest moral and ethical principles.

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Marianne was originally looking for real estate promotional materials to be designed around her already done research and familiarity with her audience and clients. Her original requirements were something that stands out and is a-typical for ebooks, printables, one-sheets, door knockers, social media templates, and other similar materials.

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THE PROBLEM

THE SOLUTION

Since Marianne was looking to build a new brand with all the basics, we focused on those based on her experience and knowledge of her clientele. I was able to help her organize all the ideas she had in mind and recommend new ones, so we can prioritize and organize her goals and reach her deadlines. Eventually, the work evolved past design into consultation with me helping her find a writer for her blog and giving her advice on hiring others to help her with keeping her website up to date and functioning.

SERVICES

    Visual identity
    Website creation
    Social media management
    Publishing
    Brand consultation

MARIANNE KNEZOVIC

STOREY COLLECTIVE

"...I was quite literally looking for something NEW; to build a new brand and all that that entails: new logo, new website, print materials, signs, etc. I didn’t know where to begin. I had a bunch of ideas scattered all up in my head. Even when I couldn’t quite articulate these ideas effectively, Kristina was patient and supportive, and somehow figured out what I wanted. Kristina not only got me organized, she was able to recommend and prioritize what was needed..."