Congratulations to Art Director Matt Smith for receiving the inaugural Extra Mile Award from Pleth, LLC. The award, which is to be handed out quarterly, recognizes Pleth employees who go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure client satisfaction and/or assist the team in doing great work.
Earlier this year, Liberty Bank launched a new campaign emphasizing their honest approach to both banking and customer service. The redesign for the site needed to compliment the campaign while completely rethinking the website user’s experience—so we developed a single, responsive site that covers the same information for users, whether they’re on a phone, tablet or computer.
Did you know that Pleth offers more than just web and mobile development? That’s right! Pleth offers a variety of services from print and advertising to branding and marketing to support and technology.
The new Jonesboro Jobs website is closely related to the Jonesboro Chamber’s recent website redesign, creating a single web presence for the Chamber. The website offers a range of functions for everyone interested, including employers, job seekers and internship seekers. The site makes it easy to register as either a job seeker or employer and keeps everyone up to date as new jobs become available and new résumés are posted.
With a single dashboard, employers are able to post new job listings, manage existing listings, maintain contact with current applicants and find new applicants by searching the online database of résumés. In addition, featured spots on the homepage of the site are available through sponsored listings of their company profile, featured jobs and even an employee spotlight.
Saturday night, February 23rd, we attended the 2013 ADDY Awards Gala at the Jonesboro Country Club. The night was filled with success and honors as our team took home 8 professional awards and 6 student awards and 1 costume award.
Pleth, LLC partner and co-founder, Cotton Rohrscheib, has been asked to serve as as a panelist in an upcoming startup challenge sponsored by the Delta Bridge Project. The Helena Start-Up Challenge that awards winning entrepreneurs with seed capital to turn their business concepts into start-ups in Rohrscheib's hometown of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas. The winner of the challenge will receive $25,000 and the runner-up will receive $15,000 to start their businesses in Helena-West Helena.