Leading Creative Agency Signal Theory Sells Intellectual Property, Expands Offering, and ReBrands as v2 DESIGN

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BEVERLY HILLS, CA – 02-12-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Branding and advertising agency Signal Theory announced today that it has rebranded as v2 DESIGN. The new name reflects the company’s expansion into interiors, products, exhibitions, and installations, in addition to its work in advertising, media, and branding. The company sold the Signal Theory name, and associated assets, to another company.

“We like to make beautiful, compelling things in collaboration with our clients,” said Steve Hodowsky, creative director and partner. “In almost every project we have done during the past fifteen years there have been multiple versions.,” said Sallie Merritt Green, v2 DESIGN’s founder and managing partner, “It’s time for us to launch version 2 of our business.”
About v2 DESIGNv2 DESIGN is an advertising, branding, and design company based in Beverly Hills, CA. In addition to its award-winning work in identity, broadcast, digital, print, outdoor, audio, and direct media, v2 DESIGN has expanded its work into interiors, products. exhibitions, and installations. For more information contact Sallie Merritt Green at 310-393-0105 x104 or [email protected].

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Company Name: v2 DESIGN
Full Name: Sallie Merritt Green
Phone: 310-393-0105 x104
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Website: http://v2design.com

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