Providing eligible underserved workers access to accelerated training

Brand. Digital Solutions. Growth. Messaging. Strategy

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RevUp offers Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) eligible workers, veterans, and other low-skilled student populations an opportunity to access accelerated training from anywhere in the state. The project is facilitated by a 13-member consortium of Montana’s two-year colleges.

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Scope of Work

Web development.

Print collateral development.



Social media marketing.

Educational videos.

Digital platform.

Extensive online curriculum program.

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Web design

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Editorial design

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Handouts, pitch decks and sales pages

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Full branding package

Style Guide

Color Palette

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Logo variations

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  • 17 programs launched
  • 22 programs enhanced.
  • 7,000+ participants served.
  • 152% increase in project goals for participants served.

“Firebrand is a jewel of the Big Sky country. They transformed a complicated government program into an accessible and engaging program for all. PhD-level acumen. Silicon Valley execution. All from a 406 area code.
Our project was huge. A lot of stakeholders and different decision-makers. A lot of shifts in timelines. Firebrand was amazingly flexible, responding to shifts with the understanding of an internal partner.
In government, we’re often constrained by strict regulations that can limit creativity. Firebrand did an awesome job of making sure our products had wonderful private sector funk while still working within our tight bureaucratic parameters.”

Matt Springer - Executive Director
RevUp Montana

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