If you think about it, information is the reason people buy anything
You share information about what you do, your audience receives information — and ultimately they make a decision. Maybe “information” is a boring word — but in business, the way you share it means everything.
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At the end of June 2015, I was asked to travel from my graphic design studio in Westport, CT, to Nashville, TN, to be one of the speakers at the inaugural Designers Roundtable Retreat (DRR) (now the Creatives Roundtable). I was part of the panel Down and … Read More ›