I recently spent some time in the Boundless Design studio (thanks Jill!). It reminded me of the importance of establishing a strong brand, even if you are an early stage medical device company. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAmhi4vCMoM&feature=channel_video_title Be sure to take a few minutes to check out how Boundless Design has helped numerous companies, including Creo Quality, with branding. Also check out their Blabber Duckie blog.
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I found this fascinating quote today:
Chris continues our meeting by taking me on an amazing tour of their company (Miles POP) and HardingPoorman. Miles Press began operation in 1927 as a full-service commercial printer. In 1988 the organization developed a niche of specializing in printing on unique substrates such as vinyl, styrene, cling-z, static cling, and foils. On April 29, 2005, the company was purchased by SPG Graphics. To increase brand recognition, the name of Miles Press was changed to Miles Printing on Plastics (POP is also a spin off of â€œpoint of purchaseâ€). On December 1, 2007 Miles POP became a certified 100% WBE (womenâ€™s business enterprise). Miles POP can handle the following print projects : Decals, Shelf Talkers/Danglers, Counter Mats, Signage, Schedules, Postcards with Removable Decals, Magnets, Frequent Buyer Cards,...
Rose-Hulman's Office of Outreach held an event on September 1, 2009 in Indy. The event featured one of RHIT's most famous alums: Marshall Goldsmith. Very motivating, yet simple advice! Thank you! I jotted a couple of thoughts during the speech:
- Help more; judge less
- Values aren't what we say but what we do