With the recent developments and government mandates to stay at home due to the coronavirus, many of us are having to adjust to a new normal of working from home. Face-to-face meetings are replaced with Zoom calls, we are now sharing space with family members, roommates and pets, and we are constantly inundated with news updates and press conferences covering the latest on the global pandemic.
Our intern Kendall Farley is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh. She will be graduating in April and is a marketing major with a concentration in professional writing and a certificate in business analytics.
Whether you are considering a new social media program or evaluating and continuing an existing program, it’s always a good time to think about new ways to achieve our business and communications objectives.
Every time we meet with a prospective or brand-new client, here’s how it usually goes: We sit in a conference room, and they tell us all about their organization, its history, its people, what it does, the market it serves and a lot of other very interesting information.