Kimberly BurgeCreative Director

Kimberly Burge is the Creative Director at End2End Media

I grew up in Maple Ridge, back when it was a small town. The majority of the businesses were locally owned and passionate about their products and services. As larger companies moved in, like Superstore, the smaller businesses started to close. Not only could they compete, but they didn’t reinforce why their business was better. Telling their story, getting that message out there and keeping relevant.

As far back as I can remember, I have loved to create. There has been nothing more engaging or fun for me than immersing myself in the possibilities that creativity brings. My passion for design soon transformed into fascination for the mediums that communicate ideas and before long I knew that the creative and conceptual areas of marketing are where I am most comfortable. Using strategic thinking to develop branding and communication strategies is why I get up in the morning.

I work with businesses who are developing a new brand from scratch or need to refresh an existing brand by making it more relevant to the current market technology and communication trends. Contributing to the growth of a brand, the results, the success, and profitability of my client’s businesses, is extremely gratifying and my ultimate goal.

My clients are diverse small and medium sized businesses including Family Law Firms, Personal Injury Law Firms, Outdoor Adventure Companies and Retailers, Health and Wellness Clinics, well known Non-Profits, Conference Solution Providers, and many more.

Giving back to the community drives me to do my best. One of the ways is not only supporting local businesses, but with volunteering with Scouts Canada as a Cub Scouter. For the past 11 years I’ve worked with youth and adults in a mentorship role by observing their needs and providing for them. As I watch them grow and follow their journey once they have moved to the step in Scouting, it’s always great to see how their time with me has helped them.

Whenever I work with someone, I always want to know:

  • Where do you see your business going in 2017?
  • Why do you have your business?
  • Have you got a marketing plan in action or in mind?
  • What are your challenges and your goals with your marketing?

Let’s have a chat over a cup of coffee and learn more about how my team and I can help you achieve your objectives.