Paul Savage, Jr., owner of Savage Creative Solutions, was recently named “One to Watch in Business in 2022” by The Shreveport Times. The recognition highlights “individuals whose projects have impacted our communities in a positive way.” The Times continues, “we searched for people who were using their skills to make Shreveport and Bossier City better places.”
“I’ve always been proud of the work Savage Creative Solutions has done and the clients we’ve been privileged to work with,” said Savage. “It’s extremely humbling to see others recognize the great work we do as well.”
The Shreveport Times says, “our list of 5 people to watch in business in 2022 features some of the brightest, most driven, and compassionate business people in Shreveport and Bossier City.”
The story appeared online Wednesday, December 22nd and will be featured in an upcoming print issue. It shared a short bio about Savage, along with what he hopes to accomplish in 2022 and the highlight of his success in 2021.
Savage hopes to be able to continue providing high-quality and affordable marketing, advertising, design, and public relation services to small businesses in the Shreveport-Bossier area as they continue to recover from the effects of the pandemic. Small businesses were one of the hardest hit sectors of the industry by COVID-19. Savage Creative Solutions wants to afford others in our community the opportunity to both pursue their passions and provide for their families.
“I understand many of my clients are using their savings or money that could have been food on the table for their families,” said Savage. “We don’t take that responsibility lightly.”
The highlight of his success was being brought on by the Shreveport Commission on Race & Diversity to assist with web design, audio/video projects, and other services as needed or requested by the commission.
The Commission was appointed by Mayor Adrian Perkins in early 2020 to address race relations in the Shreveport community as it directly relates to healthcare, criminal justice, and education. Savage said Savage Creative Solutions is honored to be a small part of that mission.
Others honored by The Times include Jessica Hemingway with the Bossier Chamber of Commerce, Asha Linnear with Stylish Asha, Brett Brown with the Entrepreneurial Accelerator Program, and Laurie Boswell with Holy Angels Residential Facility.
Featured image courtesy of The Shreveport Times.