On any given subject, from technological innovation to fashion preferences to sports wagering, the common wisdom is often wrong. In line with this perception is the belief among top and senior management at companies of all sizes that owned media -- the websites, eNewsletters, digital catalogs and social platforms that companies create (often with assistance from a firm such as ours) to promote their products or services -- provides sufficient visibility among target audiences.
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Reading books, whether on your mobile device or in traditional hard copy format, is a great way to expand your horizons. All great leaders have their favorite books and gladly share with others the ones they've found most inspirational, or that contributed otherwise to their professional or personal development. We have our favorites, too.
I hope you and your loved ones are well and staying safe.
In this post, I'd like to expand upon the recent Pittsburgh Technology Council One Mic Stand interview I did with Jonathan Kersting (thanks!) on April 14th.
Because Marketing Must Go On, here are some tips and resources related to leadership, communications and operations that we've found useful over the past few weeks.
They touch on and prioritize some of the core values we hold at LEVY and that we've used to guide our decisions during this challenging time: stability, quality, value and efficiency. By focusing on these values as we seek answers, we've found it easier to identify what solutions work best for us and our customers.
We hope that they will help you to make your business thrive and make your marketing count.
When my husband, Francois, and I meet new people at business functions or parties, they ask us what we do. Usually, we tell them we own a marketing firm in Downtown Pittsburgh, and they don’t ask additional questions.