How Innovative Print Partnerships Save You Time and Money

February 28, 2020

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Almost every business needs paper products (like brochures, letterhead, and large-scale marketing) to build and strengthen their brand. Between graphic design, production presets, and regular re-orders, keeping things organized can be a challenge. Consistently partnering with the same printer can make things much more efficient and convenient. Creative, Collaborative Marketing Since each company has its […]

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How Re-Purposed Malls Can Teach Entrepreneurs a Lesson

February 25, 2020

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Have you been to a dying mall lately? It can be pretty depressing. Empty storefronts litter the hallways like missing teeth in a hockey player’s mouth. Dim lighting seems to permeate each corner, and mall walkers bring more energy than any hint of retail activity. What was booming 30 years ago now feels like a […]

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4 “No Fail” Strategies for Organizing Your Next Big Event

February 21, 2020

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Do you have any “nightmare” trade show experiences? Maybe you worry that an impending disaster is ahead. Everyone who manages a big event knows the feeling. You know . . . the nagging sense that you’ve forgotten something crucial (but have no idea what). Or . . . one of several million things is about […]

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How to Make Performance Reviews More Effective and Enjoyable

February 18, 2020

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Performance reviews don’t have to be something to sweat about. These conversations offer a valuable feedback loop for people to ask questions, identify needs, and drive professional growth. Building Conversations that Count Whether you’re conducting or participating in a review, here are a few strategies to make the most of your next review: Share Facts […]

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Ensure Staying Power for Your Business with Great Local Marketing

February 14, 2020

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Earlier this year, Gerrit Curran and Emily Wessner opened a Jersey Mike’s Subs in Muhlenberg Township, Pennsylvania. To gain traction in their township of 20,000, these entrepreneurs knew that their new business must be intricately tied to a community connection. Curran and Wessner chose to use print as their primary marketing channel. The Jersey Mike’s […]

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How This Successful Entrepreneur Keeps Inspiration Flowing

February 10, 2020

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When you were a kid, what did you love to build? When Frank Yang was eight, he dreamt of building all kinds of things. One of his first creative concepts was a dog food dispenser with a timer that could feed house pets on demand. Yang used to tell people he wanted to be an […]

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5 Keys to a Simple Design Update

February 7, 2020

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The United States Open Tennis Championships is a professional tennis tournament that takes place in New York City around Labor Day each summer. The US Open draws fans from around the world to watch players like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Serena Williams compete. The 2019 US Open set an all-time attendance record with 737,872 fans coming to the […]

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The Ultimate Sizing and Concept Guide for Your Next Flyer or Brochure

February 4, 2020

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Want to generate interest or keep the conversation going with your most promising leads? Brochures and flyers are two of the easiest ways to generate the momentum you need. But what appears to be a straightforward design can sometimes be more complicated. After all, isn’t a flyer the same thing as a brochure? Is there […]

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Tips to Make Your Brand More Memorable

January 31, 2020

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Just Do It. Think Different. Have You Had Your Break Today? You Can’t Beat the Real Thing. The 1990s brought us many of the world’s most iconic slogans, but certain companies have a corner on memorable branding. For example, a 2015 survey of 3,000 people in the U.S. and the United Kingdom were shown logos […]

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Three Show-Stopping Print Ads (and How to Make Yours More Memorable)

January 29, 2020

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Does your brain ever feel tired? Some days, that’s probably due to information overload. It’s been said that the average person living in the city 30 years ago saw up to 2,000 ad messages a day. Today, experts estimate we are exposed to over 5,000 brands per day (though research suggests only three percent of […]

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