PRLog - Aug. 11, 2014 - Mark Twain once said, “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.”Founded in the summer of 1999, Canton-based Logos Communications (http://www.logos-
Company Founder and President Susan Voyles beams with pride when relaying her company’s achievements. “Our success directly correlates to the efforts and the commitment that our team gives to each of our clients,”she explains. “Further, because of the efforts and commitment of the team, we have enjoyed stability, growth and success throughout our 15 years of business.”
Logos Communications works with each client to design an integrated communications approach that favors clarity, logic and value. Committed to great customer service, quality and integrity, the company has no problem taking business personally as they are whole-heartedly invested in their clients’ success; often cross-referring them for mutual benefit.
In addition to successful client relationships, Logos Communications has earned industry recognition for leadership and client work. Most recently, Logos Communications received a 2013 Association for Women in Communications Clarion Award –One-time PR Campaign; and a 2013 International Academy of the Visual Arts Davey Award –Video Production. Voyles was also selected for the seventh consecutive year to be featured in the 2015 Woman’s Advantage Shared Wisdom Calendar. The calendar provides advice for women business owners from influential women leaders across the U.S. and Canada.
Logos Communications, Inc. of Canton, Mich. is a full-service public relations and marketing firm serving a wide range of small to medium-sized businesses. It provides ongoing counsel to the Incentive Marketing Association and the Michigan Business and Professional Association. This award-winning firm has been the recipient of multiple awards including a Telly Award, Clarion Awards from the Association for Women in Communications and a Davey Award from the International Academy of the Visual Arts. For more information about services, call (734) 667-2005 or visit http://www.logos-