At Armature, we provide full service to our clients in the areas of brand strategy, marketing strategy, and design for both print and digital. But we're a little different than most.
More than an agency relationship, we see ourselves as fully integrated partners, with a personal interest in your success.
HOW WE SEE THINGS
We are your
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
Our team will support you in your company's marketing, branding, and advertising strategies and execution.
As Strategists, we will guide you from initial brief through to successful campaign delivery and launch.
As a Collective, Armature provides a framework of support for artistic creatives so they can focus on what they do best, while giving you access to the highest caliber of art directors and graphic designers.
KATE BOUCHARD, PRINCIPAL
Throughout her career, Kate has proven to be a dynamic, high-performing leader who excels at bringing together cross-functional teams. With a unique mix of corporate, creative, and entrepreneurial backgrounds, she brings a fresh approach to leadership in marketing.
For nearly 15 years, Kate has supported organizations in health, tech, wellness, real estate, and the non-profit space.
Kate's employment history spans global corporations, advertising agencies, government-funded health associations, numerous personal and professional creative endeavours, and a successful transition into entrepreneurship in 2018 with the launch of Armature Collective.
Kate takes pride in growing and nurturing teams, helping them achieve their goals while fostering creativity and innovation.
SOME OF OUR CLIENTS
Our Brand Workbook leads business owners through a reflective and strategic process, helping you find and articulate your purpose while developing a brand model for your company.
Get access to a self-guided version of Armature's brand development process, for a fraction of the cost.
“Kate Bouchard of Armature Collective was the driving force behind strategy and execution of the Doctors of BC re-brand. It has been a huge success, with other organizations coming to us to learn how they can adopt a similar approach.”
Marisa Adair, Doctors of BC