PRLog (Press Release)
- Apr. 25, 2012 -
Mediasophia INC, a leading internet marketing and online reputation management firm is pleased to announce and another new scholarship donation as part of the 10% of profits scholarship initiative. Company President, George Magalios created a new annual scholarship at the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University in the amount of $1000 in the name of The Magalios Family.
George Magalios graduated from the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University with a Master’s degree in Fine Arts in 2001 and for this reason the scholarship is closely connected with Mediasophia’
s success. While meeting with Art School Director, John Carson, Mr. Magalios stated, “My time at Carnegie Mellon was extremely valuable. Not only did I make strong connections with bright and creative colleagues, but I gained diverse perspectives on visual imagery and the importance of contemporary art and design as they pertain to the business world. Because art is in the eye of the viewer, as the president of an internet marketing company it is important to know an array of artistic style that appeals to our diverse population of consumers, entrepreneurs and corporate professionals. I am proud to say that my time studying art has empowered me with insight and a practiced attention to detail that is essential when crafting a successful company.”
Mediasophia specializes in organic search engine optimization and online presence building for major corporations and smaller businesses. Mediasophia is exceptional in its multi-media approach that integrates contemporary art, philosophy, new technology, and business trends into every campaign
To learn more about Mediasophia visit the official website at mediasophia.com. To learn more about Carnegie Mellon and the School of Art go to www.cmu.edu/