Although he’s only 28 years old, David Verjano has actually currently satisfied one of his primary life goals of developing a strategic/creative firm.

“It was constantly an imagine mine, however I thought it would take place later in life,” Verjano stated. “I chose to take the threat and leap in entrepreneurship earlier than anticipated.”

Verjano graduated from Barry University with an advertising degree. Prior to branching out on his own, he refined much of his marketing abilities by working with boutique agencies, such as Drive Communications, Ikone International and JEM4. Later, he began his own business, Verjano Communications.

About that time, a workplace intern came across a LinkedIn post in search of digital marketing assistance: Philipp Klumpp wished to create a site for his blog, Beyond South Beach, and Verjano was there to help.Soon after

, Verjano and Klumpp decided to utilize their developed resources to collaborate and create Beyond the Firm.

“Our focus is to bring true, creative messaging and project and technique work that huge firms supply for national brand names and using that to smaller, regional brands,” stated Klumpp, 28.

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Beard Developing Co. in Southwest Miami, a client of Beyond the Agency. MALLORY SANCHEZ For the Miami Herald Verjano and Klumpp quickly began getting in touch with regional businesses and discovering opportunities to use their competence in advertising. Familiar with how competitive the industry is, they knew they needed something to poke out from other firms: uniqueness.

“Our tagline is ‘Regular is boring.’ We aim to ensure exactly what we do is not regular and additional,” Klumpp said.Verjano and Klumpp

think being millennials is a benefit in the market due to the fact that they have much knowledge on social media outlets. Through social networks, they can identify exactly what attracts people regardless of their age.According to Hootsuite, 31 percent of individuals ages

18 to 24, 30 percent from 25 to 34 and 17 percent 35 to 44 are active on Instagram. This provides Beyond the Company a vast array of audience on that social network alone.The business partners likewise discover it easier to be able

to craft their own exclusive messaging projects for smaller brand names using the data that is offered on a local level through Facebook.”The web in general is absolutely where we are advised of the incredible imagination we desire to make take place,” Klumpp said.In November 2016, Beyond the Company began their first partnership with Lincoln’s Beard Developing

Co. in Southwest Miami. At Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Co. in Southwest Miami, a customer of Beyond the Company, where the tagline is”Weird at the Beard.”MALLORY SANCHEZ For the Miami Herald”They were the very first company that offered me that excellent sensation in my gut. They’ve actually really done an amazing job at translating

exactly what we needed in marketing,”said John Falco, the developing company’s co-owner,

brew master and operations director.”They are exceptionally nimble and flexible. They are well plugged in to the social networks world and to the content world which allows us the capability to stay ahead of our competition when we are producing material. “Beyond the Company created the brewery’s tagline “Strange at the Beard.”The brewery’s 5 owners envisioned establishing an environment where people can come together and be whoever they wish to be. Falco says the tagline has actually offered the brewery its

identity and value. “It’s not the first time I use marketing. It’s been a huge difference. You can see when those jumps are, and we have actually definitely seen that from them,”said Falco, 37. < img alt= "Beyond the Firm 3. JPG"title= "Beyond the Company 3. JPG" src= http://www.miamiherald.com/latest-news/lkcqhj/picture212200899/alternates/FREE_1140/Beyond%20the%20Agency%203.JPG > Beyond the Agency’s David Verjano, left, and Philipp Klumpp, right, flank John Falco of Lincoln’s Beard Developing Co., atBeyond the Agency 3.JPG

the brewing company in Southwest Miami. MALLORY SANCHEZ For the Miami Herald Lincoln’s Beard’s ads include bizarre pictures such as a horse in

a onesie or a giraffe crossed with an elephant.

Beyond the Agency’s innovative marketing skills have broadened the brewery’s audience and has actually increased their customers. “Beyond the Firm is definitely a conference of a lot of great marketing minds coming together. We truly wish to become something on a bigger, regional, national level,”Klumpp said.Verjano and Klumpp’s determination settled. The company’s work was recognized this year at the American Marketing Awards, the U.S. marketing market’s biggest and most representative competitors, drawing in more than 40,000 entries every year in local American Marketing Federation Club competitors.< source srcset=// www.miamiherald.com/latest-news/jb6vth/picture212200874/alternates/FREE_480/Beyond%20the%20Agency%2010.JPG media="(min-width: 320px )"> At Lincoln’s Beard Developing Co. in Southwest Miami

, a client of Beyond the Agency. MALLORY SANCHEZ For the Miami Herald

Beyond the Firm was awarded “Best Miami Brand Name Overall” for their work for Lincoln’s Beard Co.

“I understood that they were great at exactly what they do. I understood they were effective and enthusiastic about what they do. The award is just an incredible recognition of the terrific work that they’ve been doing,” Falco stated.