MIAMI, FL (August 16, 2016), COOL Creative (Creative Brand Marketing Boutique), moves to studio to MADE in Little Haiti


COOL Creative moves their main office and studio to MADE at the Citadel in Little Haiti! As Wynwood continues to grow in popularity and rent skyrockets; creatives are moving north to the artist community dubbed “Little River.” The agency made the move from the Lab Miami (known as the tech hub) in search of a more affordable and inspiring place. “MADE is the perfect place for us to continue delivering exciting at affordable rates to our beloved clients. The MADE community is filled with a talented creatives, giving us more high-level resources than ever to serve our clients,” expressed Johanne Wilson.

The company currently works with non-profits, tourism and government agencies. They have a mission to become a creative thought-leader and hub in South Florida. The company will be developing a series of events and workshops throughout the year to push that goal forward.

Little Haiti, the Creative Hub

MADE is a space with a community of Musicians, Artists, Designers and Entrepreneurs.


About COOL:
Johanne and Terrance Wilson met over 15 years ago at the prestigious Maryland Institute College of Arts. What began as a casual friendship turned into a life-long relationship filled with love and creativity. With their design experience in working at the world’s largest agencies and corporations including P&G and Landor, the two launched COOL Creative.

They later partnered with Jerome Hutchinson, founder of ICABA, which is a vast network of the country’s most influential and affluent African Americans. The partnership has given COOL the ability to give their clients valuable insight and access to this desirable and lucrative market. David Freeman’s aptitude for tech platforms; especially in virtual reality content development, a rare talent, gives the group a unique edge. With this powerful mix of creative, strategy, insights & tech innovation, they lead a talented team of designer that deliver exciting work for the clients they serve.


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