In a world where technology connects us virtually, it's easy to forget the value of in-person human connection. But study after study shows that employees want the best of both worlds: flexible work and in-person connection.
As an agency, you want to do everything you possibly can for your client. But sometimes, your team simply doesn't have the resources (read: time and skills) it needs to accomplish everything your clients are asking for.
Ask any digital agency what their favorite part of a client relationship is, and you might be surprised at how many say “the very beginning.”
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely noticed the candy-colored hues decorating social media profiles in celebration of Pride Month. Y
Whether you were already a work-from-home warrior or you’re still straightening out the wrinkles in your new remote working strategy, this new normal we’ve found ourselves has been (to put it mildly), a bit of a struggle for us all.
It takes more than a good home office setup to make “working from home” work well for your team.
It’s rewarding to see a partner reach a milestone of success after seven decades in business.
But it’s another thing entirely to know that you’re a part of what helps drive that progress forward, even all these years later.
They say the best things in life take time. To be honest, we’ve always been a bit more about the present (and the near future), with our eye fixed pretty firmly on what’s happening now, and what we can expect in the months ahead. But once in a while it’s important to look back and reflect - and our fifteenth anniversary this June offered the perfect opportunity.
No four letter acronym has caused more sleepless nights, heartache, and, frankly, confusion to the digital universe since a little three letter acronym some 20 years ago (looking at you, Y2K). That’s right, we’re talking GDPR, which stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It’s singlehandedly causing the internet to lose its collective mind.
These days, things change fast - and by the time you anticipate what’s coming next, the rules may already have changed. That’s why so many marketers are guilty of the industry’s main cardinal sin and that’s thinking only one step at a time.