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Communication management

Communication management

Communication management and corporate image control 

Drawing from its extensive experience in strategic and operational marketing, Ellipse Marketing conceives and develops communication activities targeting brand strategy and development.

Respect for corporate visual identity and image represents the starting point for Ellipse Marketing’s communication initiatives.

Examples of fields Ellipse Marketing has intervened in:

services, engineering etc.

Covered area:



  • Strategic marketing and communication plans
  • Drafting and formatting of corporate documents
  • Digital marketing
  • Operational marketing and corporate events

When assisting companies in successful initiatives, Ellipse Marketing’s characteristic methodological ambition leads to the systematic, proactive elaboration of customized projects, as well as to the formation of trust-based relationships with its partners.


Focus Ellipse Marketing:

Key Stories


Communication initiatives within digital environments

Key elements of an Ellipse Marketing's communication initiative...

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Market research architecture

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