05.08.2014 + About our new look!

Who Designed the Youth Art Exchange Logo?

Beyondbranding™ is a brand marketing firm whose co-founder Bruce Burke has led many highly-visible branding and advertising initiatives for some of the most iconic brands in sports to consumer packaged goods start-ups; including a 12-year tenure heading the advertising and brand communications division for the National Football League and its 32 member clubs in the League’s NY headquarters.

Burke and his Beyondbranding™ team collectively represent a broad range of experience guiding many Fortune 500 brands across a variety of industries including NIKE, NHL, MLS, The US Open Tennis Grand Slam Championship Event, PepsiCo’s SoBe Beverages, Verizon, IBM, MasterCard, Visa, and SONY to name a few.

“Having lived, worked, and studied in San Francisco, I was excited about the opportunity to assist the Youth Art Exchange develop its new name and identity and give something back to the community so well served by Reed and her team,” said Burke.

Bruce’s work has been recognized and published throughout the sports, advertising and design industries, and is displayed in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.  After graduating from the University of Kansas, Bruce began his career in San Francisco in 1982 working for the Harrison Design Group–attending the Academy of Art College in post-graduate classes in Fine Art and Communication Design.

About Beyondbranding™ Beyondbranding™ guides companies seeking assistance in the ideation and execution of contagious branded content and integrated marketing initiatives that seamlessly adapt within traditional and ever-evolving digital media platforms. The agency prides itself in uncovering fresh ideas and solutions that integrate the most compelling content, the right media, and the most effective technology platforms to build brand awareness and drive bottom line results for its clients.


Contact info:
Bruce Burke, Partner

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