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October 19th, 2012

Bozell Promotes Meyler, Siebler to Managing Partner

Creative marketing communications firm Bozell today announced the promotions of Deanna Meyler, Ph.D. and Duane Siebler to managing partner. Read More

March 14th, 2012

Will SXSW Hottest Trends Live Outside SXSW?

As covered in a slew of other blog posts covering SXSW, there was one tech trend that climbed above the others this year, the geo-location meetup. Think of it as using your mobile phone location for connecting rather than just broadcasting.

March 13th, 2012

The future retail experience using mobile technology

One of the more interesting panels I addend at SXSW was titled FutureShop – Virtual QR Stores NFC Receipts and more. The focus of the panel discussion was obviously mobile and how consumers have changed their behaviors. Read More

March 12th, 2012

The Business of Kevin Smith

I was fortunate to get a front row seat to an interesting discussion with Kevin Smith. Smith is a screenwriter, director, producer, comic book writer and content creator. He shared enlightening details about his career and childhood. His career has continuously transformed based on his desire to follow his passion as an artist.

March 10th, 2012

Learning about creative from Joss Whedon

I attended a SXSW with Writer and Director Joss Whedon. He has an amazingly quick wit and obvious passion for storytelling. Character development is critical in his writing. He feels that all characters in a film must have a reason to exist. 

November 9th, 2011

Stand Up For What You Believe In

A lot of people are talking about a sign posted at Nordstroms that explains why they won’t be decorating the stores for Christmas until after Thanksgiving. Nordstroms is taking a stance and getting a lot of positive reaction for it. It seems people really identify with the move and want to support Nordstroms because of it. Can more businesses stand upon principles and have it pay off?

June 16th, 2011

It’s Finally Here

We’ve worked with College World Series of Omaha, Inc for many years. In fact, our involvement goes way back to the beginning when one of our founders and a group of Omaha businessmen convinced the NCAA to bring the tournament to Omaha. It’s a lot of work, but it’s a labor of love for everyone involved. And every year is special. However, this year is extra special, new and exciting. New place, new traffic patterns, Read More

April 27th, 2011

A Change for the Better

It’s hard for most of us to truly visualize or imagine something different from what we know until it’s very real. So any change from what we’ve come to know or are comfortable with can, and often does, create resistance and fear — fear of the unknown or an expectation that we will lose something. Which was certainly the case with the new TD Ameritrade Park stadium. Read More

January 3rd, 2011

Kim Mickelsen

New Year, New Digs

We spent the first workday of the new year in our new office space. The place is a mess of boxes and stuff that still sits where the movers put it down, but the place feels great. And as we get it all put together it will be amazing.
The move was quick, but it was a long time in the making. We first starting pondering a move to a less corporate space when we bought the company back from Interpublic Group in 2001. Read More

November 15th, 2010

Robin Donovan

Environmental-lie?

The other day I was driving home flipping through the radio channels and I heard John Tesh drop one of his pearls of wisdom. He said that several thousand “environmentally friendly” products had been evaluated for their level of environmental friendliness and ninety-percent had been caught in a big fat lie. I hit the brakes as the full meaning of that statement hit me. He was saying that the vast majority of products marketed as eco-friendly were not offering any benefits to the environment whatsoever. Read More