DMG Network CEO Donsville Savariau Jr., has mastered a business model that is very simple and highly effective: Provide clients with amazing high-end products and services at competitive prices while maintaining exceptional communication and customer service throughout the process.
These core components have made DMG Network one of South Florida’s premier boutique marketing companies for the past 11 years.
DMG services clients both locally and nationally with a wide range of customers. From high-profile clients, such as Urban Lending Solutions, Grey Goose Vodka and the Jerome Bettis Enterprise, to small start-ups and even legendary rock bands like Foreigner, DMG recognizes the importance of being able to effectively communicate the unique marketing needs of each unique customer base.
“Our clients appreciate that we have a firm understanding of their brand and how to navigate as well as reach their target demographic by using the new digital marketing platforms,” said Savariau of DMG’s approach.
For this reason, DMG seeks out long-term partnerships with their clients to handle all of their marketing needs. Rather than being pigeonholed into one specific area of marketing, the digital marketer positioned itself to offer multi-channel services in an incredibly diverse market.
“We are known for our ability to provide clients with a detailed strategic marketing campaign that can include a multi-platform initiative, which uses print, video production, social media integration, graphic design, targeted media buys, web and app development. This makes the messaging consistent and workflow more efficient,” he explained.
DMG is just one of many firms that has plugged into the explosive world of digital marketing. So how does it set itself apart from other businesses in the field?
“When we work with our clients, whether fortune 500 companies or start-ups, our first goal is to understand the brand and what their marketing vision is, so we can run parallel with their messaging yet still infuse our creativity and expertise to exceed their marketing expectations,” he shared.
One of DMG’s biggest challenges is the rapid expansion of the digital world, according to Savariau.
“Technology is changing so quickly that you have to be able to change and evolve just as fast and be able to provide those new technologies and services to your clients as they become available,” he said.
But, for every challenge, there is a solution. A forward-thinking Savariau views the shifting landscape as an opportunity to share ideas and connect with consumers in ways many only imagined before. He also addresses this issue by looking to the younger generation when hiring.
“We hire people that are passionate about what they do and can deliver quality outcomes,” the CEO commented.
These efforts ensure DMG remains well-equipped during this technological evolution.
Savariau is proud of his talented workforce who are also experts in their particular fields. Whether it’s their Emmy-nominated video production department, talented coders or graphic designers, team members often collaborate to form a synergy that delivers high-end, a la carte menus of services or complete strategic marketing campaigns that work across platforms.
Despite the ever-changing world of technology, DMG’s marketing machine will continue to embrace change and deliver authentic, creative ideas. At the same time, the organization will stick to its core values of ensuring the highest quality product and building lasting connections with their customers.
Recently, Savariau, who thrives off of his ability to help companies and individuals make their businesses and brands come to life, has added the title of “health coach” to his resume.
“I’ve recently jumped feet first into the fitness and wellness space, and look forward to marrying my passion for helping people live a healthier lifestyle with technology.”
The “I Will Fitness” app will be available on Android and iPhone in the near future.