DISCOVER THE DAVID JAMES GROUP
We deliver bold ideas and creative leadership to help our mission-driven clients impact the world.
We are an association marketing firm in Chicago offering services that help your cause have an effect.
As the premier association marketing firm in Chicago, we cause a stir with successful event marketing, membership marketing, brand and rebranding strategies, website design and development, video production and other association marketing services.
We can help you discover, enhance, evolve, share and magnify your brand, positioning, voice and image.
Award-winning design and development experience for your next digital project. Looking for a new website or SEO audit, or something specific? DJG has you covered.
Our award-winning public relations and content experts work to get you publicity, tell your story and deliver measurable results that raise your organization’s profile.
We can help you evaluate the available channels to determine where you should be, and how best to get there. Do you want to know how often to post content?
helping mission-DRIVEN organizations succeed
what sets us apart
We’re a full-service association-focused marketing agency, which means we have the ability to take on just about anything that comes our way. From brand building and digital/interactive work to content creation and public relations, we’ve done it all. But our work isn’t just about getting results, it’s also about building relationships. Our team takes the time to get to know our clients and their goals so that we can create work that is truly relevant and remarkable. That’s what sets us apart from other agencies.
our services, serve
stir up results
Every association, society and non-profit serves a cause. We’re here to develop strategic marketing initiatives and results-oriented creative that stirs your members and prospective members to action.
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