DiClients, Current and Past

BUSINESS TO BUSINESS

Carter Rice Papers 

Harty Press

NatGun Water Storage

Ricoh Copiers

 

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

Babson College

Boston University Admissions

Boston University School of Management

Boston University College of Engineering

Boston University Sargent College

Cambridge College

Holy Cross

Northeastern University Admissions

St. Francis College

 

CONSUMER GOODS & SERVICES

Alternative Muffler

CounterSmith

Filcas Fine Papers

Hill & Barlow LLP

Hofford Homes of Distinction

Kendall Real Estate

New England Ropes

Snapper Lawn Mowers

Yankee Barn Homes

 

FINANCIAL

Fidelity Investments

Nashua Trust

State Street Bank

UNUM Insurance

 

GOLF

Butter Brook Golf Course

Golf Zone

Indian Ridge Country Club

Maplewood Golf Club

New England Golf Guide

The Tour of Greater Boston

Ventre Golf Instruction

 

HEALTHCARE

Fertility Center, New England Memorial Hospital

Framingham Union Hospital

Nashua Memorial Hospital

OmniDentix

 

HOTELS & RESTAURANTS

Andover Inn

Applebee's

Bostonian Hotel

Dedham Hilton

Delaney House Restaurant

Grotto Bay of Bermuda

The Moorings Restaurant

Park Plaza Hotel

Seasons Restaurant

 

NONPROFITS

Art Directors Club of Boston

Graniteer Awards of NH

Planned Parenthood of VT

Screening for Mental Health

Work/Family Directions

 

PUBLISHING

Ball Marker Press

Builders & Leaders

Business Computing

Computer Graphics World

IDG Publishing

New England Golf Guide

Reference Magazine

The Manager

WestLaw Publishing

 

TECHNOLOGY

Delphi

EEC Software

Elscint Imaging

GE Software

North Shore InnoVentures

 

 

 

 

Endorsements

I worked with John on a brochure that one of my Board members described as “the handsomest piece of donor recruitment collateral she’d ever seen.” John is responsive, creative, witty-–and patient, thankfully. He is a clever wordsmith, crafting messages that are memorable, without being contrived. He is a delight to work with! I can highly recommend him–and I have. 

 

Martha C. Farmer, President and CEO, North Shore InnoVentures

I had the pleasure of working with John DiCocco for seventeen years. He led our communication, marketing, and public relations efforts at Boston University School of Management. He’s a very bright, creative, and resourceful talent, writes beautifully, knows how to make the most of every communication dollar, and is a delight to work with.

 

Louis E. Lataif, Dean Emeritus, Boston University 

School of Management

John DiCocco is a gifted professional and trustworthy colleague. I would vote him the colleague I would most want to work with again!

 

Ruth A. Murray, Assistant Dean, BU Professional Education

We hired John at Screening for Mental Health to design a number of print materials for our public awareness campaigns.  John took the time to really understand our organization’s goals and objectives which resulted in incredibly creative design concepts that were spot on.  In addition, John always delivered results on time and on budget.  He is a pleasure to work with and I would hire him again without hesitation.

 

Katherine Cruise, Director of Marketing & Communications, Screening for Mental health

I've worked with John as part of a creative team, and for him on projects he supervised. Either way, the experience is enjoyable. John is a marvelous writer, a great listener, and a talented cat wrangler—meaning he knows how to manage egos, expectations and deadlines to produce optimal results. Where most people get tripped up on the politics of a situation, John deftly dances around problems and crosses the finish line with creative finesse.

 

-Jon Pietz, Creative Director, Brand X

I have enjoyed working with John for almost 20 years. John is a marketing and creative guru. He is a brilliant writer, strong project manager and always plays well with others! Work with John and you'll not only get a great product, you'll have a great time.

 

Neal Shrier, CEO, Shrierworks Print Management Solutions

 

 

I have worked with Mr. DiCocco for many years–including marketing projects that actually enabled me to put food on the table. Whether we were creating serious marketing pieces or sarcastic TinyMindGazette.com blog posts, Mr. DiCocco (he will not allow me to call him by his first name) is a true professional and a wonderful co-conspiring collaborator. This is especially true when he is using his medication–but only under the watchful eye of the institution’s crack team of mental health professionals.

 

Doug Eymer, a.k.a. “Kernel Kontent,” Eymer Brand Laboratories & Think Tank