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MBA Creative Services Portfolio

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Max Borges Agency brings your product to market with a single, clear and powerful voice.

Max Borges Agency brings your product to market with a single, clear and powerful voice.


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  • 1. PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIAL MEDIA CREATIVE DESIGN
  • 2. WHAT CAN WE HELP YOU WITH? :-) Max Borges Agency is the leading consumer technology focused public relations firm in the world. We represent more than 75 of the most innovative brands in the CE industry. But MBA does not stop at PR. In fact, we deliver the same world class results with dedicated teams focusing on social media and creative services.
  • 3. EVERYONE NEEDS SOME CREATIVITY. No one knows the technology space better than MBA. We realize that marketing a product takes more than a great idea. WE’RE HERE TO HELP YOU WITH ALL YOUR CREATIVE NEEDS from conception, to selling in at retail, to brand development and online presence. + Exhibit Design & Tradeshow Management + Packaging Design + Web Design & Social Media Graphics + Print & Digital Advertising + Marketing Collateral + Digital Photography
  • 4. CLIENT The Singing Machine MEDIUM Photography OBJECTIVE Product & Lifestyle Shots PHOTOGRAPHY4
  • 5. CLIENT Aperion MEDIUM Photography OBJECTIVE Aris Speaker System PHOTOGRAPHY5
  • 6. PACKAGING6 CLIENT Ematic MEDIUM Packaging OBJECTIVE Brand Development & Packaging Design
  • 7. PACKAGING7 CLIENT Detached MEDIUM Packaging OBJECTIVE Brand Development & Packaging Design Exploration
  • 8. PACKAGING8 CLIENT Bad Elf MEDIUM Packaging OBJECTIVE Brand Development & Packaging Design
  • 9. PACKAGING9 CLIENT Novaerus MEDIUM Packaging OBJECTIVE Brand Development & Packaging Design
  • 10. CLIENT Safe Skies MEDIUM Print OBJECTIVE Infographic PRINT10 WATCH OUTWATCH OUTFOR LUGGAGE THIEVES AT THE AIRPORT FOR LUGGAGE THIEVES AT THE AIRPORT STATISTICS CASES OF THEFT IN THE U.S. FOR 2012 (AS OF MARCH 31, 2012) PRECAUTIONS WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE A VICTIM A COLLABORATION BETWEEN SAFE SKIES AND MAX BORGES AGENCY BudgetTravel, Travel + Leisure, ABC 7 – KABC-TV, Miami Herald, WFAA-TV, ABC 40/FOX 6 – WGGB, USA Today, CBS 2 SOURCES travelers will have an item stolen from their luggage as they move through United States airports this year. Avoid becoming a victim of airport theft by reading the statistics that Safe Skies gathered and taking simple precautions to protect yourself and your valuables. 14,000 5 in 1,000domestic passengers complain about “mishandled” luggage “The belly of the airplane has become like a flea market for airport employees. They go in there and go through all the luggage unencumbered, unchecked.” Kenneth Mollins – JFK security lawyer 200+luggage thefts occur daily at JFK airport LAX FEBRUARY 2012 A baggage handler and former baggage handler were arrested for allegedly stealing more than $100K in cash and property from LAX travelers. FYI LUGGAGE PROFILING One of the things that makes thieves so successful is that they engage in luggage profiling. They go after the most expensive luggage, but they also check out where you’re traveling to and from. BOS FEBRUARY 2012 Two baggage handlers arrested at Logan International Airport, charged with multiple thefts of checked luggage.JFK FEBRUARY 2012 Airport personnel at JFK arrested on charges of stealing almost $160K in cash from travelers’ luggage. Law enforcement reports 200 airport thefts per day. MIA JANUARY 2012 Airport personnel charged with grand theft after an iPad led police to their crime spree which involved stealing passengers’ items and hiding them in a special pocket added to a uniform jacket. DFW JANUARY 2012 A thief was found to have stolen iPads from luggage that was hand-inspected in an out-of-sight “resolution room. • Use a Safe Skies TSA-accepted lock for your bags. It will help to deter thieves from breaking into your luggage. • Don’t buy black luggage. Thieves prefer these because they look similar to other black bags. • Get off the plane quickly and head to baggage claim. Getting there quickly means you’ll be there when your bag rolls off the belt. • Don’t assume airlines will reimburse you for stolen goods. Ticket rules rarely cover loss of expensive items. • Don’t put electronics or expensive items in your checked bag. They are a prime target for thieves. • File a report immediately. Airlines have a timeframe in which you’re allowed to file a theft report. • Check your luggage for all its contents upon arrival. If something is missing check your other bags and make a note, then contact the airline’s customer service department to file a theft report. • If you can’t get help from the airline, contact the U.S. Department of Transportation. It can assist you if you flew on a flight from or to the U.S. WATCH OUTWATCH OUTFOR LUGGAGE THIEVES AT THE AIRPORT FOR LUGGAGE THIEVES AT THE AIRPORT STATISTICS CASES OF THEFT IN THE U.S. FOR 2012 (AS OF MARCH 31, 2012) PRECAUTIONS WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE A VICTIM travelers will have an item stolen from their luggage as they move through United States airports this year. Avoid becoming a victim of airport theft by reading the statistics that Safe Skies gathered and taking simple precautions to protect yourself and your valuables. 14,000 5 in 1,000domestic passengers complain about “mishandled” luggage “The belly of the airplane has become like a flea market for airport employees. They go in there and go through all the luggage unencumbered, unchecked.” Kenneth Mollins – JFK security lawyer 200+luggage thefts occur daily at JFK airport LAX FEBRUARY 2012 A baggage handler and former baggage handler were arrested for allegedly stealing more than $100K in cash and property from LAX travelers. FYI LUGGAGE PROFILING One of the things that makes thieves so successful is that they engage in luggage profiling. They go after the most expensive luggage, but they also check out where you’re traveling to and from. BOS FEBRUARY 2012 Two baggage handlers arrested at Logan International Airport, charged with multiple thefts of checked luggage. JFK FEBRUARY 2012 Airport personnel at JFK arrested on charges of stealing almost $160K in cash from travelers’ luggage. Law enforcement reports 200 airport thefts per day. MIA JANUARY 2012 Airport personnel charged with grand theft after an iPad led police to their crime spree which involved stealing passengers’ items and hiding them in a special pocket added to a uniform jacket. DFW JANUARY 2012 A thief was found to have stolen iPads from luggage that was hand-inspected in an out-of-sight “resolution room. • Use a Safe Skies TSA-accepted lock for your bags. It will help to deter thieves from breaking into your luggage. • Don’t buy black luggage. Thieves prefer these because they look similar to other black bags. • Get off the plane quickly and head to baggage claim. Getting there quickly means you’ll be there when your bag rolls off the belt. • Don’t assume airlines will reimburse you for stolen goods. Ticket rules rarely cover loss of expensive items. • File a report immediately. Airlines have a timeframe in which you’re allowed to file a theft report. • Check your luggage for all its contents upon arrival. If something is missing check your other bags and make a note, then contact the airline’s customer service department to file a theft report. • If you can’t get help from the airline, contact the U.S. Department of Transportation. It can assist you if you flew on a flight from or to the U.S. WATCH OUTWATCH OUTFOR LUGGAGE THIEVES AT THE AIRPORT FOR LUGGAGE THIEVES AT THE AIRPORT STATISTICS CASES OF THEFT IN THE U.S. FOR 2012 (AS OF MARCH 31, 2012) PRECAUTIONS WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE A VICTIM travelers will have an item stolen from their luggage as they move through United States airports this year. Avoid becoming a victim of airport theft by reading the statistics that Safe Skies gathered and taking simple precautions to protect yourself and your valuables. 14,000 5 in 1,000domestic passengers complain about “mishandled” luggage “The belly of the airplane has become like a flea market for airport employees. They go in there and go through all the luggage unencumbered, unchecked.” Kenneth Mollins – JFK security lawyer 200+luggage thefts occur daily at JFK airport LAX FEBRUARY 2012 A baggage handler and former baggage handler were arrested for allegedly stealing more than $100K in cash and property from LAX travelers. FYI LUGGAGE PROFILING One of the things that makes thieves so successful is that they engage in luggage profiling. They go after the most expensive luggage, but they also check out where you’re traveling to and from. BOS FEBRUARY 2012 Two baggage handlers arrested at Logan International Airport, charged with multiple thefts of checked luggage. JFK FEBRUARY 2012 Airport personnel at JFK arrested on charges of stealing almost $160K in cash from travelers’ luggage. Law enforcement reports 200 airport thefts per day. MIA JANUARY 2012 Airport personnel charged with grand theft after an iPad led police to their crime spree which involved stealing passengers’ items and hiding them in a special pocket added to a uniform jacket. DFW JANUARY 2012 A thief was found to have stolen iPads from luggage that was hand-inspected in an out-of-sight “resolution room. • Use a Safe Skies TSA-accepted lock for your bags. It will help to deter thieves from breaking into your luggage. • Don’t buy black luggage. Thieves prefer these because they look similar to other black bags. • Get off the plane quickly and • File a report immediately. Airlines have a timeframe in which you’re allowed to file a theft report. • Check your luggage for all its contents upon arrival. If something is missing check your other bags and make a note, then contact the airline’s customer service
  • 11. CLIENT Memoto MEDIUM Print OBJECTIVE Infographic PRINT11
  • 12. CLIENT Novaerus MEDIUM Print OBJECTIVE Infographic PRINT12
  • 13. PRINT13 ONLINE ADS CLIENT Netsecure MEDIUM Print, Online OBJECTIVE Kudos Ad Campaign PRINT AD
  • 14. CLIENT Phiaton MEDIUM Print OBJECTIVE Advertisement PRINT14
  • 15. CLIENT Novaerus MEDIUM Print OBJECTIVE Marketing Collateral PRINT15 A10
  • 16. CLIENT Memoto MEDIUM Facebook OBJECTIVE Social Media Support SOCIALMEDIA16
  • 17. CLIENT Trakdot MEDIUM Facebook OBJECTIVE Social Media Support SOCIALMEDIA17
  • 18. CLIENT Scosche MEDIUM Facebook OBJECTIVE Social Media Support SOCIALMEDIA18
  • 19. CLIENT Ematic MEDIUM Website OBJECTIVE Brand Development & Website Refresh WEB19
  • 20. WEB20 CLIENT SafeSound MEDIUM Website OBJECTIVE Brand & Website Development
  • 21. CLIENT Detached MEDIUM Website OBJECTIVE Brand Development & JuiceTank Product Launch WEB21
  • 22. CLIENT TDK LoR MEDIUM Interactive OBJECTIVE BeMerlin User Interface Design INTERACTIVE22
  • 23. CLIENT Imation MEDIUM Tradeshow OBJECTIVE CES Exhibit Display – approx. 7,000 sf. EXHIBITDESIGN23
  • 24. EXHIBITDESIGN24 CLIENT Acase MEDIUM Tradeshow OBJECTIVE CES Exhibit Display – 20’ x 20’
  • 25. EXHIBITDESIGN25 CLIENT Rapoo MEDIUM Tradeshow OBJECTIVE CES Exhibit Display – 40’ x 20’
  • 26. EXHIBITDESIGN26 CLIENT Netatmo MEDIUM Tradeshow OBJECTIVE CES Exhibit Display – 10’ x 10’
  • 27. EXHIBITDESIGN27 CLIENT Phiaton MEDIUM Tradeshow OBJECTIVE CEA Line Show (NYC) – 20’ x 10’
  • 28. EXHIBITDESIGN28 CLIENT Brightstar MEDIUM Tradeshow OBJECTIVE Mobile World Congress – approx. 4,500 sf.
  • 29. LET US HELP.Bring your product to market with a single, clear and powerful voice. Let’s partner together to generate exceptional results!
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