Did you know trading cards date back to the 1860s? Since the 1860s trading cards have evolved in a way no one could have imagined. Now every youth athlete can have their own card, companies are using trading cards to promote a positive employee culture, gamers are creating their own characters using trading cards, and so much more.
Our long-time customer-service-rockstar, Irene and her husband, have had a dream to own their own bar for many years. In 2020 they decided to make that dream a reality and Main Street Social was born. We have been so impressed with their vision and have enjoyed watching their small business dream come to life.
If you haven’t booked your next in-person conference yet, now is the time. In order to grow your business, it’s important to find ways to connect with other industry peers as well as current and potential clients. Attending conferences is a great way to do that. No matter your industry, events are held all over the country that will help you connect with others. Below are five conferences, for five different industries, that are sure to point you in the right direction!
Typesetting is thought to have been invented around 1450. Today, this process has obviously improved tremendously. Over 40 years ago computers took over the manual typesetting process. This means no more Typesetters sitting over trays of metal letters for hours upon hours placing each letter by hand.
Advertisers have an opportunity to increase sales by speaking to their consumers in more ways than ever. At every turn, there is an opportunity for a brand to reach you. Whether you are on social media, watching TV, or walking around town, a company has the potential to sell you its product. Companies are using long and short format commercials to capture your attention in every digital outlet possible.
As the seasons change, many companies will choose to alter their secondary color pallets to accommodate the time of year and how we feel during that period. But is that the best action from a marketing strategy? Or should businesses play it safe and stick to their branded colors?