FOR YOUR BRAND
Vitamin C Creative was founded by Catherine Carr, a passionate, consumer-focused brand thinker with 20+ years of leadership-level product development and marketing experience at Microsoft, Cranium, Hasbro, and Haiku Deck. She develops award-winning, brand-driven content and communication for a wide spectrum of age segments, categories, and platforms.
Vitamin C can partner flexibly to offer additional services including naming, logo and visual identity development, market research, marketing collateral, marketing execution, and web development.
Vitamin C Creative offers strategic direction and brand inspiration for organizations of all sizes and types. Our clients range from local startups and nonprofits to global brands.
"Catherine helped us rapidly distill our brand's key points into a highly valuable brand bible to guide our work. Brings results quickly, a great resource...highly recommended."
Robin Elenga, Revel Body
"Catherine brings creativity and soul to everything she does. I am continually impressed with her ability to distill complex problems into resonant, relevant outcomes — both externally for a consumer/market, and internally for an organization."
Jill Waller, LeapFrog
EVENTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Catherine writes and speaks on topics including brand storytelling, work-life balance, presentation best practices, and multiple intelligences. She also volunteers at Startup Weekend Girls and offers pro bono brand workshops to select causes. Here are a few highlights.
Startup Weekend Girls
Startup Weekend Girls Edition is specially designed for the next generation’s entrepreneurs-in-the-making: fifth through tenth grade GIRLS. Girls come up with business ideas, conduct market research, prototype, work in teams, and “pitch” their ideas to a room full of people. Our goal is to give girls the confidence to innovate and create they will need to succeed in all aspects of life.
"Catherine is a lively, personable, and engaging speaker. Her presentation was smart, creative, informative, and perfectly customized for the audience."
Elizabeth Johnson, NW Independent Editors Guild