Despite the challenging business climate in 2009, Annodyne, Inc. posts unprecedented growth and expands its reach nationally.

Annodyne, Inc. continues to expand its growing list of clients with brands rooted within both the local Philadelphia community as well as throughout the nation.

Online PR News – 12-January-2010 – – With a growing reputation for its progressive approach towards marketing trends and straightforward adaptation to shifting technologies, Annodyne continues to infuse its broad mix of offerings within the local business community as well as positioning itself as a leader on the national stage. Annodyne’s debut of new industry-leading services last year, including their Conversion Optimization and Social Media suite of solutions, earned the agency substantial growth and recognition for providing clients with the insights necessary to achieve improved business development and marketing outcomes.

Annodyne generated increased momentum locally in 2009 with the addition of new and notable clients such as Philadelphia’s own culinary pioneer and gourmet retailer, Di Bruno Brothers, as well as the world renowned Philadelphia Orchestra. Annodyne also made a splash on the pop culture scene through a new relationship with independent book publisher, Quirk Books (“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” and “Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters”). Additionally, the agency’s relationship continued to grow with the University of Pennsylvania’s Business Services Division and with Wharton’s Executive Education program.

In the first quarter of 2009, Ann Arbor, Michigan’s Convention and Visitor’s Bureau named Annodyne as its full service agency of record, a relationship that the agency will continue to grow in 2010. Annodyne also continued to expand within the Higher Education sector by beginning new relationships locally, as well as across the country. In 2009 Annodyne added client engagements in New York, Connecticut, Washington, DC, Illinois and Washington state.

In addition to an aggressive agency expansion plan, President and CEO, Anthony Campisi found time to focus on both community involvement and thought leadership. In addition to continuing his role on the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Campisi also became Chairman of the Small Business Board. Lending his knowledge and expertise to a series of speaking engagements throughout the year, Campisi placed heavy focus on the increasing prominence of social media and its impact on brands. And in October of 2009, Annodyne showed its support of other growing companies with its sponsorship of Deloitte’s Fast 50 Program.

“We are truly grateful for our clients trust and confidence in our ability to perform for them last year. Our clients were faced with difficult decisions and chose to fight the recession head-on,” said Campisi. “We chose to do the same. Our goal was not to merely make it through, but to identify new ways to grow. I’m thrilled with our performance last year and have high expectations for 2010. We’ve already started the year off with a substantial hiring push and I expect we will be expanding our office later this year as well.”