James Efron — May 23, 2020 In the world of the Internet, there will be very few people who don’t use the Internet. Surely you also do any of your work through the Internet, right? The radical change that the Internet has brought to our communication system is unforgettable. The Internet has greatly influenced our … Continue reading How Has the GDPR Affected Businesses?
The Stay-At-Home Economy And Its Effect On Consumers, Engagement by David Fischer , Op-Ed Contributor, May 13, 2020 With millions of Americans either continuing to stay in their homes or only beginning to go outside with regularity in order to curb the spread of COVID-19, the stay-at-home economy has been in full swing for nearly … Continue reading The Stay-At-Home Economy And Its Effect On Consumers, Engagement
Elliot Begoun — May 6, 2020 Canva.com “Don’t raise capital now.” That is what a speaker said the other day on one of the many great webinars our industry has rushed to produce in hopes of providing support and guidance to our brands. On the surface, it is sound logic. In reality, however, many brands … Continue reading The Uncertainty Premium
Steven Imke — April 15, 2020 An economic downturn in an ecosystem due to the decline of a primary employer or industry can create huge new opportunities for entrepreneurs with vision, will, and the ability to act quickly. The other day I was looking at this picture of a tree growing out of an old … Continue reading How an Economic Downturn Creates Huge New Opportunities
Hannah Cohen — March 24, 2020 How can your agency survive – and even grow – in a time of economic gloom? What can you do to retain clients and cut costs? Find clear answers in this guide. The stock market is tanking, demand is crashing, and your clients are starting to tighten their belts. … Continue reading How to Survive and Even Thrive in an Economic Downturn
Frederik Bussler — March 18, 2020 It’s been said that content marketing is the only form of marketing left, as it creates trust, builds relationships with your target audience, and is a high-conversion strategy. Trust is especially important in finance, as prospects are risking their financial security by doing business with you. On the flip … Continue reading What Financial Marketing Looks Like in 2020
Seyi Tinubu — February 14, 2020 Philanthropy, from the Greek words phil- (loving) + anthropos (humankind), is the word on every millionaire’s mouth. Although rooted in generosity, philanthropy often gets a bad reputation as being more about giving the rich and powerful an opportunity to boast about their charity than about solving social issues. Yet … Continue reading 4 Ways That Philanthropy Can Drive Economic Growth
By Tim Bajarin May 09, 2019 In a country as deeply divided as the United States, it might take a serious existential threat from without to unite us. We face such a threat from China, if we only realized it. It’s a gradual, mostly quiet threat: we are the frog in that proverbial slowly boiling … Continue reading A distracted, divided U.S. is no match for China’s long-term plan for domination
Derek Gleason — May 2, 2019 — May 2, 2019 The concept of “economic moats” came from a 1999 Fortune article by Warren Buffett: The key to investing is [. . .] determining the competitive advantage of any given company and, above all, the durability of that advantage. The products or services that have wide, … Continue reading Economic Moats: Who Has Them? And How Do You Get One?
Brian Wallace — September 20, 2018 Follow @nowsourcing — September 20, 2018 Driving more innovation and responsible for more than 3/4 of all private sector research and development, advanced US manufacturing is growing into an essential industry. Though our imports far surpass our exports, American manufacturing supports the economy as well as local communities. For … Continue reading How Advanced Manufacturing Is Driving The U.S. Economy [Infographic]