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Boston’s Craft Brewing Real Estate Boom

October 6, 2016 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Craft beer and cider have never been more popular in Massachusetts. Walk into a bar in Boston and you’re apt to find several craft beer and cider labels on tap,

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The Rise of Transit-Oriented Development in Greater Boston

August 24, 2016 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Over the past few weeks as I’ve been riding the MBTA commuter rail to work, I’ve been thinking about how transportation is an increasingly important factor when deciding where to

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Five for Friday – Meghan M

August 5, 2016 In Corporate Leave a comment

Five for Friday is a regular Solomon McCown blog feature in which one of our PR pros shares five of their favorite hobbies, passions, or interests. As an avid reader,

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Starbucks & The Power of the Red Cup

November 9, 2015 In Crisis Communications Leave a comment

Now that Halloween has come and gone, brands are moving quickly to capitalize on the opportunities of the holiday season. And no brand knows how to excel at seasonal branding

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A Look Inside The Boston Globe

October 23, 2015 In Corporate Leave a comment

During my internship at Solomon McCown, I’ve learned that one of the most important responsibilities of a public relations professional is developing relationships with the media. It’s crucial to understand

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Boston-area College Campuses Under Construction

September 23, 2015 In Real Estate Comments Off on Boston-area College Campuses Under Construction

Boston-area colleges and universities are back in session and thousands of students have returned to their campus to find exciting new buildings and renovations completed, projects under construction, or plans

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Spotify’s “Sorry” for Privacy Policy Rollout

September 9, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on Spotify’s “Sorry” for Privacy Policy Rollout

Spotify recently updated its privacy policy. What is typically an unremarkable update was greeted with serious backlash and users threatening to cancel their accounts. Spotify’s 20 million paid subscribers and

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The 2016 Presidential Hopefuls Build Their Image

July 28, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on The 2016 Presidential Hopefuls Build Their Image

I’ve followed politics since I was young. Both of my parents actively followed the news and I tuned in with them, whether they were watching presidential election coverage or our

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