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COLUMBIA, MO—Ryan Nelson, co-founder of the interactive marketing agency Clearpage Interactive, announced today that the company recently signed a lease to take over office space on the ninth and topmost floor of the "historic" Tiger Hotel in downtown Columbia.
"The view is astounding," says Jeremiah Fish, another of the company’s founders. "The space will be perfect for meeting with clients and collaborating on both web and print projects." Fish, who started Clearpage Interactive with co-founders Ryan Nelson and Brandon Haber, says Clearpage strives to serve clients with specialized services in interactive marketing, corporate identity, advertising, print design, video production and web applications.
At Clearpage, passion for new ideas and technology are at the company’s core, according to Nelson. "We’re planning new ways to use technology to help our clients succeed," he says. "I think people will be surprised by what we’ll be offering."