Remember Brooke Shields and those famous words? Calvin Klein was one of the earliest designer denim lines that appeared in 1971. The designer denim trend took an item of clothing that everyone had and with a few snips and stitches the "Designer" transformed it into a status symbol. Now you can wear his jeans, eat off his dishes, sleep under his sheets and show the world that your lifestyle is a Calvin Klein lifestyle. Today's successful marketing campaigns reaches its consumers by creating great content first, then trotting down the runway with it. Here's Randi Kenney from the Eisen Agency to tell us more.
You hear it often as the common sense thing to do. But is it still necessary if you don't want investors? If no one else will read it? If the business is an industry that you already work in and has an established model? We present some pros and cons about this classic topic. Listen, then post your thoughts on our FB, American Dreamers, LLC.
How many businesses does a person need? As a wise old owl once said, "Three". One to fulfill a passion, one to make money and another one to keep the kids out of jail. At least, those are the reasons if you're Mike Dourson. Toxicologist and one of the owners of Red River Gorgeous, a unique wilderness cabin rental in Red River Gorge.
Pam Beigh of Salescore shares strategy, innovation and passion on that which we all must do: SELL
Just what it says. First in a series to keep you up to speed on what the blather is about and what it means to your business' bottom line.
A business model engineered backwards. Crazy? Like a foxhound. Listen to how one man defied the odds, quit a perfectly good job, extended his marital credit and found success in his dog's food bowl. Hey, that could be you.
Tune in to the thoughts of recently retired Tim Kloppenborg. Retired Castellini Professor of Management at the Williams College of Business at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Kloppenborg has been on the faculties of University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Air Force Institute of Technology. He is a PMP and has been active in PMI for over 15 years. Tim has published in both Project Management Journal and PM Network as well as
Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce hosts Bold Fusion. All the reasons and ways to entice young blood, brains and sweat.
It’s the Story that endures. Whether you engage in traditional story telling in a theater space or chirp bits of your story on smartphones the goal is to capture the imagination of your audience. Carole Brammer, the passionate co-founder of Clifton Performance Theater and Michelle Beckham-Corbin of Creating Connections Consulting will share their stories and find a connection that will help each woman with her passion.
Best things come in little packages, or maybe it's just a young package. Check out the winner of Startup Weekend Cincinnati.