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Four Ways the Principles of Improv Can Help You Develop Award-Winning Communications Programs

Improv is most commonly thought of as a comedy incubator, the starting point for future great comic stars like Tina Fey, Will Ferrell and Keegan Michael Key. But the principles of improv are also being adopted for business training and I believe that some of the best aspects of improv like being flexible, really listening […]

Look the Other Way

Five Tips for Customer-Centric Marketing

Upon reflection of the year in B2B marketing: 2016 version, it seems too many marketers have their backs turned toward their customers and prospects. Corporate marketing and communications teams are so focused on internal initiatives and processes that they’re missing opportunities based on prospects’ interests and actions. It’s time to start looking at the world […]

Suddenly You’re a Tech Company. Now What?

Three Lessons Industrial Companies Can Learn From Tech.

Historically, there has been a clear division between marketing communications and PR in the industrial sector and in the technology sector. Technology brands searched for PR professionals and agencies that understood the landscape, had the right relationships, and could move fast enough to capitalize on windows of opportunity measured in weeks or months. Industrial brands […]