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Pride (And How to Do It Well)

Meghan Schulte, Director of Client Services

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Why Imitation is the Most Sincere Form of Creativity

Jay Selig, Marketing & PR Manager

To be creative is to have the quality of something created rather than imitated. I’m usually on board with Merriam Webster, but this got me thinking, “Am I only creative if I come up with the next big idea?”
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Why 2017 is the Year for Wearables

Jay Selig, Marketing & PR Manager

Are we still talking about virtual reality? Yeah, I guess that won’t be stopping anytime soon. However, there’s another technology that is ready to make waves in the experiential marketing arena—wearables.
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Why Facebook Video is the Key to 2017 Content Success

Jay Selig, Marketing & PR Manager

Has anybody else noticed a change in their Facebook feed over the past year? No, it’s not the layout. It’s not the number of ads you’re being served. It’s not even the people most featured in your feed. What has changed is the amount of video content you see up and down your news feed.
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Pop Quiz: How to Put Out Client Fires With a Yes or a No

Kasia Langlois, Account Manager

Affirmative replies come naturally to those of us in marketing client service. It’s part of our departmental definition: “…the action of helping or doing work for clients.” It’s about finding that balance and perfecting the delivery—saying ‘yes’ when you think it’s reasonable and finding solutions and alternatives rather than dropping that singular ‘no.’
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End-of-Year Activities to Keep Your Culture Buzzing

John Piester, President

The end of the year is a perfect reminder of how important company culture is to your company.
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Tell Me: Why Should I Hire You?

Matthew Mitchell, Sr. Manager of People & Culture

I’m going to ask you an honest question as you sit across the desk from me. You need to be prepared to answer it. The fact that you are sitting in my office means you are half way to an offer.
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Alternative Realities: VR vs. AR

Jay Selig, Marketing & PR Manager

Both virtual reality and augmented reality have altered the way we consume content and experience brands. With 90% of brands expecting to increase their experiential spending next year, we can expect to see a whole lot more of these mind-bending experiences.
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Why a Specialized Staff is the Most Valuable Agency Asset

Martin Codd, VP of Production

Agencies are a dime a dozen in the experiential space. One way you can truly evaluate an agency’s understanding of the industry is how they organize themselves on an operational basis.
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4 Ways Your Company Can Give Back on Giving Tuesday

Jay Selig, Marketing & PR Manager

For socially conscious companies, Giving Tuesday is the chance to reverse the script that consumers have written.
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RedPeg Chili Cook-Off Cookbook

Sara Khalatbari, Head of Digital & Social Strategy

An annual tradition at RedPeg, we invite our in-house, self-proclaimed culinary masters to show the rest of us what they're made of in our autumn chili cook-off. This year, we've also curated their recipes!
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3 Ways Shopping Has Evolved into an Experience

Jay Selig, Marketing & PR Manager

Consumer shopping habits have changed significantly over the past several years and because of that, we buy differently. If we choose different reasons to purchase than before, brands must learn what matters and approach us differently.
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