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Ardent acquires Concept Culture

 

Fort Worth creative agency Ardent Creative, specializing in both print and digital marketing, has acquired another local firm, Concept Culture, which specializes in design and Web development.


The companies announced the merger Oct. 15.


While Ardent Creative is expanding, the Concept Culture team will assist in maintaining quality for the combined clientele of both agencies.
Concept Culture was founded in 2009 by Daniel McCarthy. Ardent Creative was founded in 2005 by Brad Ball and David Canington. Local clients include Texas Christian University, Frank Kent Motor Co. and several law firms. - Betty Dillard
 

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