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Brian Newberry – VP, Brand Leadership

How short-handed industries are taking the long view.

A 2015 survey by the Associated General Contractors of America revealed that nearly 80% of construction businesses are having a hard time finding qualified skilled labor. Older generations of craftsmen are aging out of the workforce, and younge...

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Sean Rodman – VP, Creative Director

In the book (or movie if you prefer) Ready Player One, the protagonist, Wade, puts on a pair of virtual reality goggles and a sensory suit, steps onto an omnidirectional track pad, and he is instantly transformed into another person and transported to another world. That is the promise of VR. We’r...

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Rick Carey – VP, Creative Director

The question isn’t new to university marketing professionals. In fact, universities across the country have been trying to answer this question for decades. How do you effectively incorporate a highly acclaimed college, school or department into a comprehensive university brand?...

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Tiffany Vogel – Senior Copywriter

Talk about a recipe for success.

Kahiki wanted to stand out from the crowd or, more specifically, the crowded frozen food section in local grocery stores. So, Kahiki enlisted our team to help drive awareness and trial among millennials for its Asian-inspired frozen food.

Research helped us home...

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Sean Rodman – VP, Creative Director

Video as an advertising tool has been around for nearly 80 years. The very first TV commercial for Bulova Watch Company, which was 10 seconds long and ran during a Brooklyn Dodgers game in 1941, stated simply, “America runs on Bulova time.”

Eight decades later, video remains the single most dynami...

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