August is a month of celebration for Gainesville’s Kernacopia, Ltd. as the creative marketing company commemorates the thirteenth year in business. The firm made its debut and spent its first nine years in Ohio, moved to southwest Florida in 2012, and in March of this year found it’s new home here in Georgia.
From its very beginnings in the summer of 2003, as Kernacopia Owner and President Kristin Kern was developing her plan for a sturdy business foundation, each step of maintaining and growing the business has proven to be an exciting adventure.
Kern says, “We have the pleasure of working with a very wide range of businesses as our clients, and as a result, the variety of projects that are continually developing and evolving are always welcome challenges. We grow with our clients, and because of our clients. Their needs drive us to perform with creative excellence, and give us the opportunity to employ and express our passion every day.”
An award-winning, full-service marketing group, Kernacopia’s niche is solving marketing challenges with clean, professional design and immense creative enthusiasm. The palette you’ll find in working with Kristin and her company is rich with multiple design styles, attention to detail at every turn, and an innovative spirit that shows in every project outcome.
“Imagination compels us. Creativity guides us. Excellence is our passion. This is the essence of Kernacopia,” says Kern.
The move to Gainesville has already exceeded the expectations of Kristin and her husband, Kevin. They instantly fell in love with the friendly, growing community, the mountainous scenery, and the culture of the area. The area provides an atmosphere in which you feel its small enough to know your neighbors, but still provides many of the creature comforts of a much larger city.
Kern even finds herself already involved in some of the Gainesville’s cultural activities. For example, she’ll be showing off her creativity in a different way with her hand-crocheted blankets and other specially crafted items at the upcoming inaugural Woodland Ramble Arts and Crafts Market to take place at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in Gainesville on October 1. Kristin invites you to come out and enjoy the event and stop by to meet her at her booth.
“We love what we do and are so thankful to be able to work with and support such a variety of clients in Ohio, Florida, New York City, Chicago, and the cities of Cartersville, Kennesaw, Cumming and Folkston here in Georgia. With strong faith, I continue onward in great anticipation of many good things yet to come,” says Kern.