Corey McPherson Nash
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Corey McPherson Nash (CMN) is a branding and design firm based in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Corey McPherson Nash (CMN), a national branding and design firm, sells its services across a wide variety of print, interactive communications and social media outlets. Founded more than 25 years ago by Scott Nash, Michael McPherson, and the late designer Tom Corey.
Corey McPherson Nash is led by partners Chris Klaehn, Michael McPherson and Andrea Naddaff.
CMN's offerings include:
Branding – Brand strategy, positioning, messaging, naming and tagline development
Broadcast Design - ID's, bumpers, network branding, opens & closes, menus, promos, intersitials
Identity – Corporate identity systems, logos, graphic standards manuals
Print – Brochure and literature systems, marketing and sales collateral, direct mail
Interactive – Websites, intranets, extranets, direct response
Social Media – Branding strategies across blogs, social networking sites, online communities
CMN's client list has included:
- Cartoon Network
- Comedy Central
- Cartoon Network Europe
- UK Gold
- Nick at Nite
- Turner Entertainment
- Channel V
- SKY New Zealand
- Warner Channel
- Court TV
- Clear Channel Communications
- Harvard University
- Museum of Science, Boston
- Tuck School of Business
- BBN Technologies,
- Transform Pharmaceuticals (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson),
- Children's Hospital Boston,
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute,
- Rowland Reading Foundation (founded by Pleasant Rowland, creator of the American Girl Collection),
- Harvard Business School Publishing.
CMN's work has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts, American Corporate Identity Award, Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, Communication Arts, HOW Magazine International Design Annual and Print magazine.