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Oct 24, 2022

Differentiate or Die

by Kaylyn Sidle  Kehila patiently waits at her gate to board a Frontier Airlines flight to Las Vegas. First, she’s dismayed to learn that the airline has moved her flight […]

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Oct 17, 2022

The Future Is Bright (If You Pay For It)

by Lauren Canna In 2012, a two-year-old startup received an investment of $25 million from the world’s largest coffee chain, Starbucks. That start-up sells the Square POS system. “This is […]

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Oct 3, 2022

Unlimited Capital Can’t Buy Customer Engagement

by Jack Truschel After 70 holes of golf played over four days, Cam Smith led Rory McIlroy by just one stroke. With only two holes remaining, and with the infamously […]

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Aug 8, 2022

The Timeless Tale of Authenticity

by Zoe Grant Whether selling software or sandals, long-established brands are at a loss for how to create meaningful relationships with Gen Z consumers. How do brands engage the generation […]

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Aug 1, 2022

Can Sustainability Deliver Fast Enough?

by Payton Shand It’s 2020. Yet another person wakes up with a sore throat and high fever. There’s a pandemic outside their door and the whole world is shut down. […]

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Jul 25, 2022

Does Your Organization’s Story Precede Its Reputation?

by Zoe Grant What made you pledge four years of your life to a college? Maybe you were intrigued by its academic prowess, or perhaps you were hoping to join […]

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Feb 21, 2022

Going Retro The Right Way

Nostalgia can make for strong marketing messages, but it’s a flimsy foundation for lasting brand loyalty By Kaylyn Sidle There it is. That checkout-aisle bubblegum you vividly remember begging for […]

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Jan 28, 2022

Why Joe Rogan Isn’t Spotify’s Biggest Problem

Spotify is going down, but not because of Joe Rogan. By Tori Marchiony Much ado has recently been made about the decisions by Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and other musicians […]

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Jan 14, 2022

If Your Brand is Customer-First, Then Why Am I Still on Hold?

Maybe it’s time to admit that it’s not pandemic-related: most brands really just don’t care about their customers   by Ed Lynes This past year, millions of Americans spent their […]

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Nov 30, 2021

The Broken Business of Death

Story misalignment makes any company vulnerable to disruption, no matter how big or essential they are.  By Hannah Landers • SCI built its business around a promise of “empathy and […]

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