David Langton, a visual communication designer, prolific blogger and author on visual design was recognized in Graphic Design USA’s annual review of designers in America as one of the People to Watch in 2009. David is co-founder with Norman Cherubino of Langton Cherubino Group whose work was recently featured in Designing for the Greater Good (HarperCollins, 2010).
David has more than 20 years experience providing conceptual direction for Fortune 500 companies and serves as a consultant to leaders and marketing executives of small and medium businesses. Langton Cherubino Group is a communications design firm, based in NYC, dedicated to improving the way that businesses and their audiences interact. Its visual, messaging, and interactive solutions provide the visual intelligence needed to inform and captivate and have served some of the best-known names in health care, finance, business and philanthropy. Langton Cherubino Group created the award-winning national wellness program for Pfizer, the largest drug company in the world; online videos for Unilever; segmented marketing kits for the Ernst + Young; and a new logo and branding system for Greater New York Hospital Association.
David analyzes the effectiveness of communication programs and directs the development of strategic positioning with creative and unique solutions. His work has been honored with awards from International Golden Quill for Strategic Communications, Apex Grand Award, International Association of Business Communicators and the Great Design Show International Competition.
David is an adjunct Professor at Hostos College, CUNY. His work as a cartoonist has been featured in Funny Times, Comic Relief Magazine, Success Meetings Magazine and The Best of the Best American Humor (Three Rivers Press/Random House).
David is often quoted in business press including, most recently, Crain’s New York Business and Entrepreneur.com. He is frequently featured in design publications such as Step Inside Design, Graphic Design USA and How Magazine. He was featured in the Designer’s Survival Manual (How Books). David spoke at the NAVA variable annuity communications seminar in Washington and has made frequent presentations about corporate identity design, employee benefits launches and integrated marketing solutions.
Anita Campbell is CEO and founder of Small Business Trends an online community touching over 250,000 small business owners each month. It is an award-winning site, named to the Forbes Best of the Web (twice in 2005 and 2008), and receiving recognition from the Wall Street Journal and MSNBC television, among others. Integral to the success of the community is the Small Business Trends network of 150+ experts who write on topics of interest to small business owners, managers and entrepreneurs. Anita also provides short updates and commentary, and answers questions on Twitter: http://twitter.com/smallbiztrends.
For over five years she has hosted a weekly Internet radio podcast show featuring hundreds of interviews with small business owners, entrepreneurs and stakeholders important to the small business market. She also is the owner of an award-winning small business social media site, called BizSugar.
Small Business Trends content, including contributions from the growing Small Business Trends Expert Network, is syndicated to a variety of other sites, including the prestigious OPEN Forum. She is a an Expert contributor at Business.com Answers, as well as a moderator of the Small Business Ideas Forum, and the SEOBook.com Community. She is an editor of the DMOZ directory, in one of the small business categories.
Anita is on the Advisory Board of NEOSA, the technology network of COSE, a 17,000-member small business organization in Ohio. She is also a long-time member of the Advisory Board of the Center for Information Technology and eBusiness at the University of Akron, College of Business. She is on the Social Media Advisory Board for Network Solutions.
She is a sought-after speaker at small business conferences and Web events. She was an expert tapped to contribute to the Intuit Future of Small Business Report, and to contribute to a series of 7 Guides on social media by American Express OPEN.
Anita holds a B.A. from Duquesne University and a J.D. from the University of Akron Law School. She completed an Executive Education program at the University of Michigan Business School, and the Leadership at the Peak program at the Center for Creative Leadership.
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Langton Cherubino Group, Ltd. is a communications design firm dedicated to improving the way that businesses and their audiences interact. Our solutions provide the visual intelligence needed to inform and captivate. Our visual, messaging, and interactive solutions have served some of the best-known names in health care, finance, business and philanthropy.
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