About This Member
We don’t just build strong brands; we build confidence in the people behind them.
At Skysail, we take a bird’s eye view to coordinate a unified brand strategy aligned with your life and vision. We integrate and position messaging across platforms to deliver a seamless customer experience.
With brands big and small competing for the same space, a solid brand strategy is more important than ever - but the potential for a small business to stand out has never been more exciting.
Our passion for community means we’re committed to our local small business economy. We aim to uplift and empower rural residents to build their dreams right where they are.
Skysail Brand in Mahone Bay is changing the face of the small business economy in Atlantic Canada and beyond.
Since 2010, Meg Craig, Founder and Creative Director at Skysail, has helped entrepreneurs carry their ideas to the next level through exceptional branding, strategy, and design.
As of January 2019, Skysail Brand agency is five women strong - an impressive team of professionals with accomplished marketing backgrounds and passion for business growth: Angie Pearson, Client Relations; Meg Sims, Admin + Social; Kim Walters and Tanya Barry, Art Directors.
Their list of top-tier clients is growing daily. Oak Island Resort, Trapped Clothing Co, Michelin, and Efficiency One Services are just a few of the many businesses to collaborate with Skysail to deliver a seamless brand strategy and first class customer experience.
Looking ahead, Skysail aims to make their services accessible to as many Nova Scotian businesses as possible. They are proud to partner with Mashup Lab and NSCC to support startups and entrepreneurs and provide opportunity for small business growth. They also prioritize ongoing learning, so that they may continually expand their capacity to offer the latest trends and technology to large scale businesses and corporations.
Skysail's women-led team love what they do and feel lucky to do it here in Mahone Bay. They are proving that you don’t need to live in a big city to get quality services and that there’s extraordinary rural talent out there waiting to be discovered.