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Dallas-based VisAbility Consulting is creating a niche for itself in the marketing world by focusing exclusively on green companies and companies that provide resources to green businesses, according to the company.

"We noticed a need, and we filled it," says Jaime Lack, chief marketing strategist at VisAbility Consulting. "The explosive growth of the renewable energy industry created the need to have marketing and public relations professionals that specialize in and are familiar with that industry."

The firm provides branding and brand identity, advertising and print production, Web site design, redesign and search engine optimization, media planning and public relations.

SOURCE: VisAbility Consulting



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