Hospitality Communications Survival Guide in the New Tomorrow

Hospitality Communications Survival Guide in the New Tomorrow

By Shae Geary— Senior Communications Strategist The hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic making strategic hospitality communications more important than ever for our hotels, resorts and destinations. While press trips and event promotion may be paused, there’s a critical need for hospitality communications that build trust and confidence […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Business Social Media During a Pandemic

The Do’s and Don’ts of Business Social Media During a Pandemic

By Chloe Janda — Communications Coordinator Just as “stay-at-home” and “shelter in place” orders have changed how people spend their free time in the physical world, it has also changed how people behave in the digital world. According to the New York Times, the use of video chatting services has spiked, news outlets are seeing triple-digit […]

The best video conferencing software? It depends on what you have to say

The best video conferencing software? It depends on what you have to say

By Shae Geary — Senior Communications Strategist   Now that most of us are working virtually, video conferencing has become the new normal. But not all video conferencing software is created equal or suits every purpose. As communicators, we know that the vessel used to communicate is just as important as what we are communicating. […]

Strengthening Connections in the ‘Stay Home’ Era

Strengthening Connections in the ‘Stay Home’ Era

By Licia Walsworth — Communications Strategist How businesses can adapt via the virtual world Individuals and businesses alike are experiencing a profound shift in reality, with life feeling more and more like the plot of a novel or movie. Organizations have seen their entire workforces confined to their homes. Schools and universities stand vacant. Small […]

How Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro Prepared Me For (W)right On

Posted by on Dec 12, 2018 in Agency News, Communication
How Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro Prepared Me For (W)right On

By Natalia Xibille —Communications Coordinator  At the beginning of last year, I completed the most physically challenging act I’ve ever experienced: summiting Mount Kilimanjaro. As you can imagine, reaching the top of the highest free-standing mountain in the world required a lot of determination. Training for months on end, enduring cold, wet nights, blistering winds, and […]

Marketing Meets Dating

Marketing Meets Dating

By Ronda Williams—Marketing and Administrative Coordinator Twitter: @R_Williams11 Let’s cut to the chase and dive into the juicy stuff! If you haven’t noticed, dating and marketing have a lot of similarities. The two worlds could almost be walking hand-and-hand. Let’s see why marketing and dating make a great pair. Marketing meets Dating… When you think […]