Accessibility

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"Strategy"

April 5th, 2021

Marketing & Communications

You’re Only as Good as Your Subject Line

And you’re probably not giving it the attention it deserves.

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Jackie Stare

Senior Marketing and Communications Strategist

April 2nd, 2021

Marketing & Communications

A Blueprint for Your Brand’s Next April Fools’ Day Prank

And just like that, we’ve made it to the other side of another April Fools’ Day. It’s time to survey the brand landscape to see which brands succeeded, and which…

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Taylor Greene

Marketing & Communications Strategist

March 10th, 2021

Virtual Events

What Event Planners Need to Know About Accessibility & Platforms

How can your virtual event site be more efficient and easy to use for all users, includingthose with disabilities and those without?

Kennedy Bahlow

Kennedy Bahlow

Business Development Associate & Event Producer

March 9th, 2021

Marketing & Communications

Burger King Missed the Mark on International Women’s Day

We’ve all seen a tweet or two in our lifetime that has made us cringe. One that you read and think: “oh man, who approved this idea?” To say that…

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Jackie Stare

Senior Marketing and Communications Strategist

March 5th, 2021

Strategy

Google to Stop Selling Ads Based on Web Browsing: What’s Next for Digital Advertising

What the next change in the digital privacy revolution means for you.

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Charlie Feinerman

Director of Marketing & Communications

March 3rd, 2021

Strategy

A Case Study in Ethics: Compliance vs. True Accessibility

Takeaways from our Accessibility event with AIGA D.C.

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Scott Spector

Director of Accessibility & Quality

February 24th, 2021

Virtual Events

What is Accessibility – and Why Event Planners Should Care

How our virtual event platform can leverage the power of web accessibility to make your event content accessible in revolutionary ways for many people with disabilities.

Kennedy Bahlow

Kennedy Bahlow

Business Development Associate & Event Producer

January 26th, 2021

Marketing & Communications

Lessons Learned from Learning Design

The similarities between marketing and instructional design and how to apply Bloom’s Taxonomy to communications strategy.

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Taylor Greene

Marketing & Communications Strategist

January 5th, 2021

Strategy

Empathy in Design; Empathy in Sales

Why is empathy a key aspect of our design and sales process?

Jim Krol

Jim Krol

VP of Business Development

December 15th, 2020

Strategy

Unchartered Territory: Event Strategy in a Post-Pandemic World

Things are a bit closer to being back to normal, but does that mean we can go back to events as they were before? It’s your call now.

Kennedy Bahlow

Kennedy Bahlow

Business Development Associate & Event Producer