July 28, 2021

Splendor Announces Partnership With The Hickok & Boardman Network of Affiliated Companies.

Splendor Partners With Hickok & Boardman Capital Management

Splendor is thrilled to announce our new partnership with The Hickok & Boardman Network of Affiliated Companies.

Hickock & Boardman Insurance is one of the oldest and largest retail insurance agencies in Vermont. Since its founding in 1821, the firm has expanded into multiple divisions including Real Estate, Capital Management, Retirement, and Group Benefit services. As each independently owned & operated entity within the network has evolved, their core focus of providing superior customer service has remained constant.

Splendor will be working with their team on the visual identity, brand strategy, and website for their Retirement Solutions (HBRS) and HR Intelligence (HBHRIQ) divisions to help articulate their vision and bring them to market.

Splendor’s Owner & CEO, Adam Taylor, states “Hickok and Boardman has a great story to be told – 200 years in the making. Their relentless pursuit of excellence in both services provided and relationships with their clientele is a perfect match for Splendor. We’re excited to help their team express these concepts in a captivating way through our branding, design, and web projects.”

Stay tuned for what we create together!

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