It’s no secret that the men make up the majority of executive positions. To be more specific, only 4 percent of Fortune 500 companies have female CEOs. This number is far less than acceptable, but we must make these changes ourselves and lead by example, similar to what Gatorade is doing.
The internet took one large, fell swoop at the journalism industry when it came on the scene. In addition, the written journalism industry’s future is very uncertain thanks to the rise in popularity of online news sources like CNN, Facebook and Twitter. These days we don’t have to wait more than five seconds for breaking news, and guess what? It’s free. Now don’t go worrying if you are one of the few people who still prefer the vintage, paper feel in your hands because it hasn’t died out completely, but the future isn't exactly bright.
With the explosion of the internet and the rise of social networking, marketers have been trying to digest consumer's browsing habits to figure out how to reach them.
This year has seen a new word creep into the lexicon of the style world: "fatshion." This word describes the rising trend in fashion to make clothes that don't fit the traditional plus-size profile (i.e. not as fashionably and trendy) in larger sizes. This article from Bloomberg Businessweek delves into the new trend.
When you think of restaurants women are likely patronize, Hooters isn't likely to be one of the first names that comes to mind.
The fight against breast cancer is a cause which we are very adamant about supporting. After all, we market to women and most of the people who work at our agency are women.
Since ridding the world of this scourge that will kill an estimated 39,510 women in the U.S. this year is such a big deal to us we've decided to do our part to find a cure. That's why we have decided to support this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Knoxville. The image above is one that people in Knoxville will be able to see on a billboard promoting the race.
We are excited to be a partner with the Knoxville affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. We recognize this is an issue that affects a lot of women--an estimated 226,000 this year alone. Because nearly all of us have had breast cancer or know someone who has, we are proud to be joining the fight.
If you're interested in participating in the Race for the Cure in Knoxville on Oct. 27, click here. If you'd like to learn more about Susan G. Komen for the Cure or would like some information about breast cancer, click here.
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