PORTLAND (OR) – March 21st, 2014 – West Coast’s oldest continuously published newspaper, The Oregonian, today published a business profile on Portland-based design firm, Watson Creative.
The article, written by Allan Brettman, tells the story of how Matt Watson left a successful career in design at Nike to found design-led business consultancy firm Watson Creative in the Portland area. It also details the critical role played by Dave Sjolin of SkiData & Desja Logic in the inception of Watson Creative’s highly successful sports loyalty program.
“It’s a true honor to be featured in The Oregonian,” said Matt Watson. “All of us at Watson Creative are proud to call ourselves Portlanders, so it’s truly a pleasure when such a prestigious regional newspaper recognizes our success.”
You can read the article online on Oregon LIVE: www.oregonlive.com
About Watson Creative
Watson Creative is a design-led business consultancy firm based in Portland, Oregon. Founded by Matt Watson, a design expert with 11 years experience with Nike, Watson Creative offers a wide range of business-led design services, including brand management and strategy, web design, VIP and athlete branding, and business strategy.
About The Oregonian
The Oregonian is a major daily newspaper based in Portland, Oregon. Founded in 1850, it is the oldest continuously published newspaper on the U.S. West Coast, and is the largest newspaper in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest by circulation. In 2001, The Oregonian received the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, and writers for the newspaper have received four other Pulitzer Prizes over the years.