Tag: Millennials

Branding Design

The Bold Fusion Experience:

As a designer, I’m constantly reminded how important it is to stay inspired, which can sometimes be much easier said than done. Sure, you can check out the local art museum or go on a hike, but for me, I’ve found the most valuable inspiration comes from simply listening. Listening to other people’s stories of the battles they’ve endured throughout their careers — triumphs and failures, struggles and victories, the pretty and the ugly. Recently, I was lucky enough to attend [Bold Fusion](http://hypecincinnati.com/bold-fusion/), Cincinnati’s largest [young professionals summit](https://www.facebook.com/HYPECincinnati/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10154660712435827), where I was able to do exactly that — listen. I was excited to surround myself with...
Posted by Courtney Morgan
Making the Most of Instagram

Making the most of Instagram:

By Kara Svenson - Marketing Communications Co-op With so many new and rising social media platforms, it can be overwhelming to pick which channels to focus on. One excellent platform is Instagram. With more than [400 million monthly active users](https://business.instagram.com) and 3.5 billion likes daily, Instagram proves to be an exceptional way to connect with your customers. #### How do you know if Instagram is a good fit for your business? Is a large portion of your target segment Millennials? If so, you should consider Instagram. [26 percent of Millennials](https://www.americanpressinstitute.org/publications/reports/survey-research/millennials-social-media/) use Instagram on a daily basis and it is growing in popularity every day. Instagram...
Posted by Abby Otting
Red, White and Blue

Red, White and Blue:

*By Kara Svenson - Marketing Communications Co-op* With Memorial Day weekend approaching, we take extra time to appreciate and remember those who have dedicated their lives to the armed forces. It’s no secret that veterans also make great corporate employees and business leaders. The lessons learned from training, being in the field, and the strong sense of unity translates very well into the workforce. Successful veterans have risen the [ranks to CEO](http://www.businessinsider.com/15-fortune-500-ceos-who-got-their-start-in-the-military-2015-8) in companies like P&G, McDonalds, Walgreens, Foot Locker and countless others. There are three important takeaways from a successful military career that can be applied to your professional work style. #### Respect Throughout...
Posted by Abby Otting


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