Monthly archives: February 2016

Posted by Kim Lyons

Fighting for Air with the American Lung Association

February 29, 2016 In Nonprofit Leave a comment

Since 1904, the American Lung Association (ALA) has been the leading the fight for healthy lungs and better air quality. From discovering an effective treatment for children with tuberculosis and

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Posted by Dan Cence

Governor Fix-It at the Boston Chamber of Commerce

February 26, 2016 In Executive, SM& Team Leave a comment

This week, Governor Charlie Baker spoke before a crowd at the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce breakfast and proudly declared that he was focusing on infrastructure and core services of

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Posted by Anna Rabin

Keeping the Bank Branch Relevant

February 25, 2016 In Corporate Leave a comment

When was the last time you actually stepped inside the local branch of your bank, rather than looked at your phone to make a transaction? A recent report by First

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Posted by Jennifer McAlpine

The Baker Administration’s Leading Ladies

February 24, 2016 In Public Relations Leave a comment

This week, a crowd of nearly 400 came out to the Meet the Female Members of Governor Baker’s Cabinet, an event put on by the Boston Chamber of Commerce as

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Posted by Marissa Lalli

Why Influencer Marketing Works for Gen Z

February 23, 2016 In SM& Team Leave a comment

When you think of Generation Z, what comes to mind? When I think of the generation coming of age behind Millennials, smartphones and social media define this group. While I

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Posted by Michelle Mastrobattista

Twitter’s Existential Crisis

February 12, 2016 In SM& Team Leave a comment

Twitter is my favorite social media network. I love that it serves as a newsfeed, surfacing articles I might have otherwise missed from influencers I admire and that it also

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Posted by Megan Cadigan

Top 5 Google Chrome Extensions for the Work Day

February 12, 2016 In SM& Team Leave a comment

Google Chrome tops the list of the most popular web browsers, beating out Firefox and Internet Explorer. While Chrome’s ease of use makes it a popular choice, it can be

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Posted by Ashley McCown

Zika and the 2016 Olympics: Brazil’s Communication Challenge

February 10, 2016 In Executive Leave a comment

How does a country assure the world it is safe to travel there? That is the challenge Brazil faces a little less than six months before it is set to

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Posted by Michael George

A City Starved For Affordable Housing

February 9, 2016 In Real Estate Leave a comment

The majority of recent college grads who have moved to New York City most likely have at least one horror story they can share about finding, or not finding, an

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Posted by Molly Munroe

Why Cam Newton’s Post-Game Press Conference Isn’t Such a Big Deal

February 9, 2016 In Public Relations Leave a comment

Since the beginning of the NFL season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s authentic personality had led him to not only becoming league’s MVP, but also one of the top faces

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