Tag: communication

Coronavirus and Foodservice | 3 Ways to Keep Customers from Fleeing in Fear

With coronavirus worry on the rise, the foodservice industry may be facing a particular challenge. Here are 3 ways everyone in the food industry can ease fears and communicate how they’re working to keep customers safe.

A Clear, Concise Message Is No Joke

Late night TV legend David Letterman signed off for the final time this week, wrapping a career that spanned two networks, 33 years and 6,028 shows. But between strapping cameras to monkeys, dropping random objects off tall buildings and discovering the next Stupid Pet Trick, one classic bit that stood the test of time was his iconic Top 10 List.

How Rich is Your Media?

Think about in this day in age the number of ways in which communication, even business communication, tries to replicate face-to-face interactions. With technology, we try to get as close as we can to replicating this experience. We’re fortunate to have so many communication tools available to us through a simple internet connection and a number of devices right at our fingertips. But how do we know the best way to communicate in any given situation?

Sprechen Sie Öffentlichkeitsarbeit?

I recently returned from a trip to Germany where I not only reveled in the beauty of the region but got to spend some time with several of my husband’s European colleagues. The experience of discussing politics, economics and business with people of other cultures was an excellent reminder of the fact that people are […]

You might not be ready for an agency if…

As marketing professionals, we talk to lots of companies about their marketing needs. These people usually fall into three camps: 1) Those who want to work with an agency, 2) Those who prefer to go it alone, and 3) Those who THINK they want to work with an agency.

Is Verbal Pollution Taking Over Your World?

Sometimes when people talk to me in the biz or in the office, my eyes glaze over. My mind blocks all incoming communication and I fixate on one thing — a solitary word. Not because of boredom or my being uninterested in the topic at hand, but due to the word or words that were […]

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