This episode we sit down with Mark Redmond, Executive Director of Spectrum Youth & Family Services, who has dedicated his life to helping at-risk teens and young adults make lasting, positive changes in their lives. He explains the importance of storytelling and its critical role in spreading awareness of Spectrum’s cause and helping to cultivate compassion within the community.
We’re joined by Kyle Bostwick, Vice President of the Vermont Lake Monsters, about his decades-long experience in the field (no pun intended). He shares his experiences in a wide range of areas from keeping up with the evolution of communication technology to providing the most memorable experience for fans.
Sas Stewart, co-founder of Stonecutter Spirits joins us in-studio for our first episode to talk about her journey, as well as a topic that weighs heavily on our minds: The future of Vermont business. As an entrepreneur, Sas gives her passionate take on where we are today and where she believes we need to be in order to overcome some of the challenges faced by the state.
I finally understand why the English Bulldog is the unofficially adopted mascot of the US Marines. It’s not because Bullies are brave, aggressive, or particularly fierce (actually they are the completely opposite). It’s because of their uncanny faithfulness.
Black Mirror is a haunting anthology television series that takes a deeper look into the many ways in which technology has affected our lives–or could in the near future. Rather than demonize technologies such as virtual reality or social media, it takes an introspective look into how the human condition is affected by these technological advances.
So, if you’re a business owner or are part of a marketing team, it is important to heed the lessons that can be taken from this series.
Security is serious business and we want our customers to have their marketing investments protected from malicious actors. That’s why we’ve decided to upgrade all customers with websites maintained by RetroMotion to use SSL at no cost.
It’s not the car’s fault the tires are bald.
You drive like Mario Andretti on your morning commute and race around town every day. You don’t fill up, you don’t change your oil. In fact, you don’t do anything that remotely resembles car maintenance. Ever. Well, guess what, turkey? Your car is going to run out of gas!
If you really were Mario Andretti, you’d know that you have to have one of the best crew pits in the history of IndyCar racing in order to drive your car hard on a daily basis and not have problems.
Your social media is the same way. That’s why our next Marketing Confession is a gas.
As one of the fastest-growing social media platforms available today, Instagram is the secret weapon you need to market your business. As Weekend Update’s New York City correspondent Stefon would say: “This place has everything”–meticulously edited selfies, family ski trip photos, political puppy memes, and, like on any media platform, advertisements.
It’s easy to assume that your business doesn’t need Instagram to advance its marketing and brand awareness. Selfies and sales don’t always go hand-in-hand, but lots of companies have been able to make Instagram work for them.