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How The Big Brands Leveraged Wimbledon and the World Cup

How The Big Brands Leveraged Wimbledon and the World Cup

Posted on Jul 19, 2018 by Courtney Bateson

With Wimbledon and the World Cup being two of the world’s most famous sporting events, they are lucrative opportunities for marketers to get their brands in front of a global audience. From ad campaigns to competitions, limited edition collections to in-store activations, marketers of the big brands have been making effective use of their budgets to associate themselves with these events and engage with their audience, in hopes that they will raise brand awareness and more importantly, get a return on investment.

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Out With The Old & In With The New: An Intern’s Farewell

Out With The Old & In With The New: An Intern’s Farewell

Posted on Jun 29, 2018 by Natalie Matthews

As this chapter comes to a close and I move into my senior year at The University of Texas, I have come to appreciate so many of the valuable lessons I’ve learned along the way. Professionally, I have gained numerous skills and knowledge in the marketing and communications sphere. Personally, I have been pushed to challenge my boundaries and turn opportunities into accomplishments.

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Corporate Culture: From Product to People

Corporate Culture: From Product to People

Posted on Jun 27, 2018 by Natalie Matthews

Culture; a word that has taken the corporate world by storm in the last decade. From how workplaces communicate, dress and think to the personalities they boast to their audiences, people are beginning to place labels on certain companies and their brands as a result of the people that represent them. Research shows that a company’s “culture”, is now one of the leading determining factors of candidate fit in hiring and recruitment practices.

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Cannes Lions 2018: The Campaigns for Change

Cannes Lions 2018: The Campaigns for Change

Posted on Jun 18, 2018 by Courtney Bateson

Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity is the world’s biggest event for the creative, marketing, entertainment, design and tech industries. Held every year in the South of France, the five-day festival includes talks, workshops, networking events, classes and also incorporates the awarding of the ‘Lions Awards’. The Lions are the most prestigious and established awards in the creative and marketing communications industries – a trophy is the ultimate achievement and puts winners among the world’s elite.

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Oculus Go: Our First Jump Into Virtual Reality

Oculus Go: Our First Jump Into Virtual Reality

Posted on Jun 15, 2018 by Natalie Matthews

You jump into another dimension where it is possible to be another person, from another place, with a different personality, voice, opinion and being; where you are able to reach someone else from across the world in a simple press of a button; where nothing around you is what you could really see. Right next to you, two people speak to one another in a conjoined space and time. Although the two interactions are both happening in the real world, one is facilitated by technology and the other is not. Virtual reality, the new trend sweeping the scene, seems to blur these lines by merging the physical world and the digital world.

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Marketing Strategies For Nonprofits: Creating Return For Donors On A Budget

Marketing Strategies For Nonprofits: Creating Return For Donors On A Budget

Posted on Jun 11, 2018 by Natalie Matthews

Unlike for-profit corporations, nonprofit organizations have much smaller budgets for marketing and advertising than some may anticipate. Unfortunately, many people tend to view these expenses as counter to the reasons they originally gave to a certain cause. As companies are forced to become more transparent in the age of clear and precise communication as well as more personal producer-consumer relationships, people are wanting to see their money go directly towards the receivers of work done by organizations which they decide to give to. Nowadays, these donations are seen more as an investment than just a gift. Although it is understandable that donors give to see results, nonprofits struggle with a lack of ability to grow their reach because of their hesitancy to fund campaigns which have the potential to do so.

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