Posts Tagged ‘politics’

3 Practical Business Lessons from the Presidential Debates

Arielle Kimbarovsky | October 20th, 2016 campaign-2016-debate

Hooray! The debates are over! If they didn’t help you make up your mind on voting, maybe they can give you some insight at work.

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Dancing the Political Brand Equity Tango on Social Media

Lauren Nelson | September 28th, 2016 160915101612-trump-vs-ford-780x439

This year’s American presidential race has been one of the most contentious in modern history. The level of polarization in the electorate is astounding, and the polls have left her citizens and international spectators alike in a semi-terrified trance of sorts, in disbelief over how close the contest actually is. And in the middle of the […]

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Battle Royale: Evaluating the Marketing and Branding Efforts of Clinton and Trump

Lauren Nelson | August 2nd, 2016 Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tightening their grips on the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations.

If you’re a fan of the musical Hamilton, you know elections weren’t always this polarizing. It wasn’t until 1800, when young upstart Aaron Burr chose to break with tradition and openly campaign against favored Republican candidate Thomas Jefferson, that the idea of directly attacking an opponent and speaking on your own qualifications became a thing.     […]

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Exploring the Social Impact of Graphic Design

Lauren Nelson | July 20th, 2016 ppmsca-08060_0001u_enlarge_7251

When it comes to crowdsourcing design needs, the projects that come to mind are pretty specific to branding. There’s good reason for that. Turning to the crowd can provide you with more innovative logo designs, engaging web designs, and creative packaging designs by bringing together a diverse set of creative perspectives for your perusal. That just makes […]

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10 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Politicians

Mike | February 13th, 2012

‘Tis the season. Not for giving gifts or reflecting on peace on earth. This is the silly season where we have to opportunity to elect our next President of the United States. Every four years, our country engages in a ritual which will impact the course of our economy, our social policy, and our governmental […]

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