Greg Neely

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Toronto, ON

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"It's all about creating a compelling and memorable audience experience."

Greg Neely is a founding principal of Forge Design in Toronto, Ontario. Forge is a multi-disciplinary design firm that specializes in Experiential Branding and Design 
including Web, Mobile, Environmental Graphics, Signage and Wayfinding, Dynamic Environments, Digital Media Installations, Interactive Content and Exhibits. Based in Liberty Village in Toronto with a growing array of tier one clients across North America and Internationally, Forge continues to build a solid reputation for our unique ability to fuse communication, design and technology to build comprehensive solutions with harmony, elegance and function.

Greg Neely is a graduate of York University’s Design Program, and has worked for over fifteen years designing, developing, managing, and implementing highly successful, integrated, visual communication solutions spanning the entire spectrum of communication design and media. Before founding Forge in 2005, Greg Neely worked for major firms, such as Kramer Design Associates, Reich+Petch and Entro Communications. Throughout his career he has been a key part of several major projects in the US, Europe, the Middle East and across Canada.

As a managing principal and acting CEO, Greg is primarily responsible for strategic direction, business development and client relationships. In the studio, Greg leads the Environmental Graphic Design and Dynamic Environments teams. 

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