NELSON ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF “TAMI” DESIGN PRACTICE, CREATIVE TECH & MEDIA WORKPLACE DESIGN
Global Design and consultancy firm NELSON has announced their intent to launch a design practice dedicated to TAMI companies (Technology, Advertising, Media, and Information Businesses).
For the past two years, TAMI companies have been the fastest rising star in real estate markets across the country. Responding to the leaps and bounds in technological advances, these companies are converging in not only workstyle and space requirements, but disruptive innovation in their respective industries. NELSON’s tech clients include Google, Verizon and Cisco; and multiple companies in advertising giant Publicis Groupe, including Starcom, Mediavest, Digitas, Leo Burnett, Razorfish, and MSLGroup.
“NELSON has been serving the Technology and Advertising & Media sectors individually for close to 40 years. For our tech clients, creativity has become an ingrained part of their cultural DNA. For our advertising and media clients, technology is playing a greater part in their service offering. Combining our design and planning leadership from both worlds means we now have a team of creative powerhouses forging a new path to meet the needs of these companies,” said Chairman and CEO of NELSON, John “Ozzie” Nelson Jr.
With a finger on the pulse of major metropolitan areas across the country, and an in-house consultancy group that integrates planning, communication, information, and experience design with the overall design process, NELSON’s launch of a dedicated TAMI practice aligns with the changing needs of this emerging sector.
NELSON plans to announce the leaders of their new practice in the coming weeks.
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