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:: About Grant Communications was created by Grant Communications in 2004 to produce cost effective marketing communication packages for clients who need a simple, to the point, promotional solution.

We offer individual attention and will work with you to develop a package that can include anything from a basic web presence to logos, advertising, brochures and more.

Since 1992 Grant Communications has helped a wide range of clients with promotional materials and advertising. Grant Communications still works with large clients, but doesn't want to ignore the needs of smaller companies.

We understand that not all businesses can afford (or, quite frankly, need) a big ticket web site or brochure. We feel smaller companies should not have to settle for amateur-looking graphic design just because it’s cheap.

By adopting this attitude we produce a win-win situation.

You win as a Grant Communications client by getting an affordable, customized marketing communications package that will hit your business targets. We win because we have given you a strong foundation enabling you to come back to Grant Communications as your promotional and communication needs grow.

Grant Communications started in 1992 as KMG Associates, a small copy firm handling ad hoc jobs that were too small for larger agencies. By 1995, its' business development expertise was called in to turn around a number of small, diverse companies. In 1998, KMG Associates began launching low-cost custom websites for local Massachusetts companies.

One client, The Editors Advertising Agency, became a revenue mainstay for nearly a decade. Grant Communications grew The Editors into a nationally-recognized web engineering firm, and also provided direct sales training and organizational theory to enhance the firm's growth models. The entire KMG portfolio was rolled into The Editors' product line, creating a turn-key discount division.

In 2005 a shareholder scuffle of Editors stock ensued. With ownership control of the company at stake, Grant Communications found itself outvoted, and all outstanding shares and virtual control of the corporation was given as a gift to one of the shareholder's daughters.

Subsequently, Grant grew its' consulting and design services to a national audience through word-of-mouth, and retook control of its' cost-effective portfolio.

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