Authenticity is No Laughing Matter Posted on October 3, 2011
Authenticity is a big deal in most business circles. People who know their own business or industry can tell when someone is faking it or does not really “know their stuff” when it comes to products, services and lingo.
I’ll Have the Hurricane, With a Side of Hashbrowns. Posted on September 8, 2011
While NY Mayor Bloomberg was quaking in fear at the approach of Hurricane Irene, Americans could find a rational, market-driven response to the storm from … WAFFLE HOUSE!
Training for Good PR Posted on September 7, 2011
Two friends are running through the dark on an early September morning. Conversation naturally turns to business, as it often does when executives get together to exercise before the day begins.
PR and the Art of Storytelling Posted on July 22, 2011
One of the amazing aspects of public relations is the very real discovery process that happens when customers of our clients are interviewed as sources for possible news stories.
What You Can Learn About Business From the Tour de France Posted on July 8, 2011
If you are a fan of cycling or an aficionado of France, it pays to watch cable channel Versus in July each year. The Tour de France bicycle race is televised for 21 days each year.
Manhattanhenge: When Opportunity Shines on You, Will You be Ready? Posted on June 29, 2011
I recently read about ‘Manhattanhenge,’ a phenomenon where the setting or rising sun aligns perfectly with the east-west streets on two days a year. When does this occur in Chicago?
Creative Interaction - HOW Design Live Conference Posted on June 28, 2011
This past weekend, CHI attended the HOW Design Live Conference downtown Chicago. The conference was a great opportunity to get out of the office and interact with other creative designers while learning ways to improve the creative output of our agency.
Getting Our Second Wind Posted on June 15, 2011
Self-doubt. It’s a monster. For a public relations and marketing communications agency, self-doubt is an ugly monster with gruesome fangs.
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