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Getting a "World Heritage" designation for Newport is no easy task, but with a tip from the National Park Service, Newport is trying again and adding Providence into the mix. There are only 23 World Heritage sites in the United States. The … more
For marketers who want to truly leverage today's new media, paid marketing is the least-desirable route to travel. A few years ago an article was published in the McKinsey Quarterly that changed the way we view marketing efforts. Now … more
The marketing landscape has undergone a radical transformation since the advent of the information age. Companies used to be in control of their relationships with customers and could use the traditional sales-funnel model to push the prospects … more
On any day, a business may encounter a crisis situation that threatens to undermine its good will in the community and may result in substantial legal exposure. In a crisis, it is critical that company executives hear viewpoints from both lawyers … more
Senior associate at Union Studio Architecture & Community Design discusses the importance of the “Passive House” certification. more
The Southeastern New England Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America has announced its 2015 Excellence Awards, recognizing the area’s best public relations work in the past year. more
Summer is over but that doesn't mean the end of the tourism season in Rhode Island. The target through Thanksgiving is an older, more international group of visitors. The extension of the tourism economy into November is the result … more
The Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition has doubled the size of its board of directors and extended the contract of Program Director Alex Krogh-Grabbe. more
Cleveland Kurtz has been president of the Rhode Island Rhythm and Blues Preservation Society for about five years. Along with a love for the music, he supports the group’s commitment to music in education for young people. Here he shares how his organization fulfills its mission. more
Even though we know that "telling isn't selling," we can't stop doing it. It's become second nature to tell customers what to think, believe and buy. In a sense it is, since most of us were raised to respect authority, whether it was the … more
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