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Stratatomic Launches New Website And Identity For Forsythe & Associates

Oct 11, 2018 09:17AM ● By Kathleen Maris
Stratatomic has recently launched a new website and identity for Forsythe & Associates, now available at

The new website, which recently debuted, is based on the latest HTML5 technology and incorporates a "responsive" design that automatically adjusts to fit any screen size, be it desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device. The website includes information on the company's consulting services, clients, news, and events, and a blog powered by Stratatomic's WebAdmin technology. Stratatomic also designed the company's new logo and identity and provided them with business cards, Powerpoint, and graphic design services. Stratatomic will also provide website hosting and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services

Forsythe & Associates, based in Greenville, provides Site SelectionIncentives Negotiation, and Workforce Assessment services to corporate clients around the world. The firm was recently established by Jeff Forsythe, who previously served as a principal with McCallum Sweeney Consulting and as a consultant with Fluor. Forsythe's experience predominantly includes location consulting throughout North America for manufacturing, distribution, and office projects. Responsibilities commonly include: feasibility studies, detailed site/infrastructure and community evaluations, labor market assessments, comparative financial analyses, risk assessments, and strategic real estate and incentives negotiations. 

Forsythe has managed projects for Asian, Australian, European, and North American clients that have resulted in more than $2.6 billion in capital investment, 13,000 full-time jobs, and 15 million square feet being developed. Forsythe has secured more than $1 billion in realizable incentives support for his clients and has assisted companies in a variety of industries including advanced materials, aerospace, automotive, batteries, chemicals, consumer products, forest products, logistics/distribution, machinery manufacturing, metal fabrication, plastics, renewable energy, and textiles.