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It is hard to believe it is almost Memorial Day, the unofficial start to summer. But, unlike past summers, over half of the United States is still under stay at home orders due to COVID-19. So what does that mean for your marketing approach over the next few months?
Virtual high school and college graduations are happening this year in lieu of walking across the stage for the class of 2020. As parents watch their kids, whether they are 18 or 28 they are still their babies, and always will be. There are some parallels with startups.
Like most Moms, mine is excellent at giving advice. It’s often more than just practical advice, but actually pretty great business advice.
We’ve been counting down to celebrate Cinco De Mayo on Taco Tuesday for years (or at least since the last time they both fell on the same day).
You may feel like you have received an email in the past few weeks from every company you have ever given your email to, sharing how they are handling COVID-19.
One thing that I’ve noticed is the impressive personal productivity that everyone is talking and posting about.
Some people are struggling with the feeling of being paralyzed by the unknowns and a lack of clarity around how to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and how long it could last.
The omnichannel experience is where it’s at. But what exactly is it and why should you care?
I’ve made lots of mistakes in my professional life over the years and have had my share of full on failures also.
Where does customer loyalty come from? Customer experience. Here are a few basics.
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