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It Was the Worst of Years; It Was the Best of Years

It Was the Worst of Years; It Was the Best of Years

Well, maybe not the best of years, but as challenging as 2020 has been, we are grateful for the good  that came our way, and most especially grateful for the good health of our team, clients, colleagues and our friends. The nature of our business changed but we, like...

Navigating to Next

What’s next? It’s the question on everyone’s mind today, as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes affecting every industry. Everyone is feeling unsure about how best to keep things moving through the end of 2020 and beyond. We’ve been very...

Recapping a Summer Unlike Any Other

Is it possible to describe the summer of 2020 without resorting to cliches? A global pandemic fundamentally changed our world, keeping us a safe distance from others while trying to continue normal activities. We left the office in mid-March and unexpectedly spent the...
The Race for Creativity and Engagement with Virtual Events

The Race for Creativity and Engagement with Virtual Events

By Abby Eastman, Director of Events, and Madeline Merritt, SDI InternSusan Davis International Nearly every industry has been hit in some form by the Covid-19 pandemic. The live events industry has been hit particularly hard. Even as business crawls toward some...
Protocol, The 19th, and the Wave of New Digital Media Outlets in 2020

Protocol, The 19th, and the Wave of New Digital Media Outlets in 2020

We live in a digital age. This isn’t breaking news: 82 percent of U.S. adults are reading their media on their phones at least some of the time. Both older and younger generations are turning to their mobile devices for information. Online news has become a resource...
In Memoriam

In Memoriam

Memorial Day reminds us that the price of freedom in this nation has been paid by generations of men and women who have answered the call to duty. Many who have served their country, and felt the aching loneliness of separation, kept in touch with friends and family...