Amicus Creative Named to the Inc. 5000 List for Second Consecutive Year

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By Omnizant Team
Law Firm Marketing Agency

Each year, Inc. Magazine ranks the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States. For a second consecutive year, Amicus Creative Media has earned a spot on this list coming in at # 1415 with 293% growth over the past three years.

As we pause to celebrate our continued growth, we are overwhelmed with gratitude for the amazing firms who have chosen us to assist with such an integral part of their practices – business development. We know this isn’t a decision that is made lightly and we are so very fortunate to have had over 1000 firms put their trust in us. We take this responsibility very seriously and we work hard to continuously improve our offerings. In the past year alone, we expanded our search marketing program, giving our clients more options and resources to help them expand their web presence. We also launched our new PR and video marketing offerings – both designed to give our clients a one-stop-shop for all of their marketing needs.

As we celebrate our clients, we would be remiss not to mention our tremendous partners – both bar associations and consultants across the legal industry- who have helped us spread the word about our services. Over the past year, we were fortunate to become a Member Benefit Partner of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the Illinois State Bar, and have joined forced with some incredible marketing consultants and IT firms across the nation.

Today’s announcement celebrates the past and while we’re proud of the services and team that we’ve built, we’re most excited about what the future holds. We have some big announcements on the horizon and as the old saying goes, we’re just getting started.


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