Incognito is a full service advertising agency, website, graphic design and marketing firm based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The company specializes in crafting clients’ strategic marketing message and communicating this story to targeted audiences through websites, logos, advertising, photography and print material.
I’m Greg Snyder, President, CEO, coffee brewer and sometimes janitor at Incognito and I’ll help you grow your business.
I’ve created outstanding advertising and marketing tools for companies like yours since 1974.
I have a triple degree in Marketing, Journalism and Advertising Design, but the important thing is that I know how to help you enhance your position in the marketplace.
You’ll benefit from my years of experience with companies of all shapes and sizes, from Fortune 100 to small local shops. I’ve been privy to their back room discussions about marketing, finance, production, delivery, technology, human resources and every other subject imaginable.
I’ve witnessed good decisions and not so good ones . . . the result is the equivalent of a Ph.D. in business management, marketing, finance and human psychology.
Phone: 719-338-5237 | Email me
What’s in it for you?
In addition to many years of business experience, I know how to communicate with words and pictures, . . . designing websites, corporate image, logos, brochures and advertising that get results.
I’ll show your customers what makes you different, how they will benefit from your products and make it easy to buy.
Take a look at our work and what clients have to say about Incognito.
Then send me an E-mail or give me a call to discuss how we can build your business.
On a personal level, I’m a guy who likes to backpack, rock climb, travel (especially road trips), eat breaded fried foods with gravy and lots of Tabasco, listen to all kinds of music from country to opera, reads voraciously, likes to spin a good yarn, tell a joke, laugh a lot and enjoys exploring ideas. I also paint, shoot photography, write and renovate old houses.
Not too bad for a kid that grew up in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. I’ve worked West Texas oil fields, done landscaping, driven a school bus, taught rock climbing and survival, even managed a pizza place during college . . . all to get to this place where I haven’t had a real job in just about forever, (and love it that way!)
So, . . . what’s the bottom line?
If you’re serious about growing your business with the value of my creativity and experience, give me a call.
It will be profitable and fun!
I look forward to hearing from you by phone, E-mail, rock through my window or whatever method suits you best.
Let’s talk about how we can all make some money and have fun doing it.
Greg Snyder / EIEIO
“Unlike other marketing consultants we have used before, I was very impressed with Greg’s ability to quickly capture our vision and then mold his creative ideas towards our own goals. The kind of creative ideas he served up were so simple and elegant, we ended up saying, “Well of course! Why didn’t we think of that?!” The artistic talent he employs towards the collateral he delivered was of the highest quality I have seen in years. When it came time to put time lines on the development, Greg met each one with high quality. I heartily recommend Greg as your next marketing consultant!“
Gene Ashe / President / MDM, Inc
We are committed to supporting American Manufacturing.
We believe that Manufacturing is vital to economic strength. We need to create and protect primary jobs with good wages by building shippable goods for domestic and foreign consumption. The economic impact of manufacturing jobs is far higher than service jobs, creating a ripple effect in our communities. We work with economic development groups to create new businesses and expand existing markets through exporting.
Doing what we can to rebuild American Manufacturing and the Heartland.
Incognito offers Exporting Assistance.
Where will you find your next customer?
96% of Consumers and 2/3 of the world’s purchasing power are outside the United States . . . so you may want to consider exporting.