Nyman Ink, the newsletter specialist, began as a labour of love, bringing together my skills as a journalist and my desire to give back to my community. In its nascent years, when two, then three, then five of us worked out of my home, my husband referred to Nyman Ink as the “brain trust in the basement.”
But when the business was eight years old, we were evicted. My children had their playroom back and the Nyman Ink team packed up our dictionaries and sketch pads and moved from a 400-square-foot basement in a mid-town neighbourhood to a 4,000- square-foot warehouse at the cutting edge of Toronto’s Art & Design District. And there, amid quirky environs and eclectic art, our five-person-team grew to eight, and we continued producing award-winning words and designs while fostering a culture of giving.
From a one-woman show to the intentionally small communications and design company that is Nyman Ink today, our vibrant and remarkable talent pool continues to focus its efforts on the business and not-for-profit sector with passion and enthusiasm. We live and breathe our values in everything we do, from volunteering in our personal lives, to providing affordable and pro bono services through our business.
As we enter our third decade in operation, with bold designs, brilliant words and big hearts, we are grateful to the scores of companies who have allowed us to help them reach their business, corporate awareness and fundraising goals. And, we look forward to new challenges so we can continue to be creative corporate citizens long into the future.
Founder and President