Spring Magnolia blossoms bring a sense of renewal. Street artists in my NY neighborhood provide important small business marketing lessons.
Marking its 20th anniversary, the Daffodil Project wrapped New York City in a symbolic yellow ribbon of flowers in memory of those who died on September 11, 2001. As we emerge from the global pandemic, the Daffodil Project shows us how marketers can work across businesses, not-for-profit organizations and governments to create something lasting.
As we enter the second quarter of 2021 it’s time to reassess your marketing goals, plans and resources.
Influencer Marketing is one way to win back customer trust that eroded over the past year.
With one last week of March to go, the first quarter of 2021 is coming to a close. Here are some actionable tips to get your Spring Marketing into gear.
The biggest US marketing challenge is a top news item. So, you may not realize that it is a marketing problem.
A year ago, I hosted a Marketing Salon in my apartment – my last in-person event. Looking back, I feel lucky. I already worked from home so my life didn’t change as yours may have. So, I ask: – How are you doing?
I got my first COVID shot last week. The experience highlighted for me how important managing supply and distribution is for your marketing.
Learn how innovative small business marketing ideas have helped three retail stores survive the COVID Pandemic in New York CIty.