• WSBC Success

    Premier businesses from all industries have turned to WSBC for integrated marketing, development and design services that get results. Learn more about some recent successes and see how custom WSBC packages drove unparalleled results for these businesses.

  • Even for established brands and businesses, ongoing evolution is essential for growth and future success. Botánica San Elias is a prime example, having been a successful Bronx mainstay for more than 15 years when WSBC began managing their marketing and brand development. This popular shop needed to enhance its image, and attract a larger, more diverse consumer base, to market its niche products—and, for WSBC, that meant a powerful new logo and brand presence. View Case | View Site

  • Comfort Adult Day Care Center in Corona, Queens was among WSBC’s first launch clients, and came to the agency seeking integrated support to make their introduction to the marketplace a success. WSBC worked with the Comfort team every step of the way, developing a comprehensive strategic marketing and branding plan and working cross-discipline to ensure each aspect of the campaign was carefully orchestrated and, above all, successful. View Case | View Site

  • This Woodside restaurant had a story to tell, and WSBC worked hand-in-hand with the Adelita team to make sure that message hit the community when and where it mattered most. The crux of this marketing plan centered on the name “Adelita,” which signified the restaurant’s nod to the women who drove the Mexican revolution—the “Adelitas.” These powerful women have long been symbols of courage and action, and this connection was critical to successfully marketing Adelita Restaurant. View Case | View Site

  • I know about Piedad’s work since several years ago and I have seen how she does marvelous things for her students, in a silent and non-pretentious way. Piedad guides them through painting, helping them discover their talents. She has worked for over 20 years with elderly in a diverse geriatric centers of New York. View Case | View Site