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  • theultravs
    09.05.2021 - 1 hour ago

    my aunt is graduating and it was just announced that she’s gonna be the student speaker which is SO exciting

    #on one hand kinda 🤝 about it cause like hell yeah we're both achieving we're both winning #but also kinda worried my parents r gonna. compare me a lil to her consider this is her second time graduating and shes #SO successful with it and also in general #meanwhile I'm a drop out and my success is like ''probably gonna be the head barista in the fall at my corporate job :3c'' #but mostly I'm just happy for her! sorry to talk about myself I just saw the cc on the email announcement lol #for bl:#parents
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  • cogdominium
    09.05.2021 - 3 hours ago

    the efforts of a few days

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  • lusivecat
    08.05.2021 - 4 hours ago

    A few Toontown sketches from earlier this year

    #toontown#corporate clash#toonblr#cogs#THE COGS #AM I USING THESE TAGS CORRECTLY HELP
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  • slavicafire
    08.05.2021 - 4 hours ago

    I am once again mourning cyberpunk. I don't think I can explain the grief I am experiencing because of this game, especially as a game designer myself

    #żmija gada #the potential of this game is overwhelming #and the work and feeling put in by the writers and designers is just... heartbreaking #the best storylines and characters that I've ever encountered in any game and the most promising ideas #all cut short and killed by the corporate nonsense and hurry and money and other shit #I will never stop mourning this game #and feeling so so horribly bad for people who genuinely put their heart into it
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  • nutmegandpepperaustralia
    08.05.2021 - 6 hours ago

    Happy Mothers Day to all the mums 💖💖💖💖💖 #catering #foodtruck #brisbane #goldcoast #diycatering #fingerfood #foodplatters #grazingplatter #grazingtable #picnicfood #events #party #corporate #hightea #organic #food #weddings #bbq #unique #event #cocktailparty #cateringblog #nutmegandpepper #brisbanecatering #handcrafted #familygatherings #brisbanefood #mobilecatering #delivery #boutiquecatering (at Gold Coast - Brisbane) https://www.instagram.com/p/COoEqA3NiFq/?igshid=1vua4mjc9agvi

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  • wikimega
    08.05.2021 - 7 hours ago

    Executive/ Sr. Executive, Corporate Sales

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  • theultravs
    08.05.2021 - 7 hours ago

    feeling feminine and corporate this fine saturday

    #feminine said neutrally and corporate said deragotory
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  • sjrresearch
    08.05.2021 - 7 hours ago

    How to use the story of your founder to emphasize your brand

    We like to surround ourselves with people that we feel a genuine connection to; people who tell interesting stories, share similar values and live in ways that we yearn to replicate. It’s not so different for businesses. Consumers congregate toward brands that invoke positive emotions and leave them wanting more. In essence, over time a brand can start to feel like a good friend. One of the easiest ways to create loyal followers is to advertise the story of your founder. Read on to discover ways brands are using their founders to connect with customers. 

    Advertise your founder’s approachability

    TheSkimm is a membership-based news outlet that specifically targets female millennials. Co-founders Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin realized that young adults wanted a fast way to read the most important stories without having to filter through the noise. TheSkimm was launched in 2012 and has since evolved to an app, email newsletter, and podcast that reaches over 7 million subscribers. 

    It is not just the convenience behind the platform that resonates with females; Danielle and Carly seem genuine, like the kind of women you would like to join for happy hour. The founders have become so influential to their base that they were responsible for registering over 100,000 people to vote in the 2016 election and getting 200,000 people to show up in the 2018 midterm election. Having a founder who personifies your target market is powerful, and it is an excellent way to gain brand credibility. 

    Underscore your founder’s relevant expertise

    Brothers Ryan and Ron Seiders are the founders of Yeti, the popular upscale cooler company. They were inspired to design a cooler that was strong and efficient enough to withstand their active hunting and fish trips. Yeti coolers are so durable that they are actually verified as grizzly-proof by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee. 

    At first glance of Ryan and Ron’s Instagram page, it becomes apparent that the duo are the ultimate outdoorsmen, and it is that desirable trait that has convinced other adventurists to spend $300 on a cooler. Ryan and Ron are the sons of a nurse and a nature-loving high school teacher who later became an entrepreneur in the fishing industry. The Seiders are hunting and fishing experts, and when an outdoorsman buys a Yeti cooler, it’s not just to brag about how long it keeps ice cool. but rather a way to emulate the action-filled life of Ryan and Ron. 

    Embrace your underdog status

    Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield met in seventh-grade gym class in 1978. They were the slowest kids on the track and became instant friends because of their shared sense of humor. Though they remained close through college, each had their heart set on a very different path. Cohen planned on becoming a potter and Greenfield wanted to be a doctor, but no one would buy Cohen’s pottery and Greenfield was not accepted into medical school. As a backup, the two debated between opening a bagel or ice cream shop, and they chose the latter because of lower startup costs. 

    Cohen suffers from a condition called anosmia, which means that he cannot smell or taste anything. That fate doesn’t seem fair to the owner of an ice cream conglomerate, but the disorder allows him to experiment with inventive ingredient combinations, some of which have become their most popular flavors. Cohen and Greenfield’s optimistic attitude about the challenges they have faced in their lives continue to help make Ben & Jerry’s a household favorite. 

    Use a strong work ethic to gain loyalty

    Bert and John Jacobs, the founders of the Life Is Good brand, designed their first T-shirt in 1989. For the next five years, they traveled to East coast college campuses trying to sell their products door-to-door. They hardly made any money and slept in their van, relying on peanut butter sandwiches for food. Finally, the business turned a new corner when they developed the “Jake” character and their famous motto, “Life is good” in 1994. Sales continued to increase, and now the company makes over $100 million per year in revenue. 

    Even though the founders no longer live in their van and can certainly afford to take a corporate approach to reach new customers, they still choose to rely on word-of-mouth and grassroots campaigns. Jacobs’ incessant handwork and dedication toward growing the old-fashioned way has added to the brand’s charm and success. 

    Do you know the story behind your founder?

    The story of your founder is out there, whether or not they are still living. The team at SJR Research specializes in discovering the history behind businesses and turning it into evergreen marketing assets. Visit our website to learn more! 

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  • spyroz
    08.05.2021 - 7 hours ago

    my manager put some iced teas in the cooler and idk if it was actually intended to be for me but im the only one who drinks them every weekend so... is for me? ;_;

    #thank u queen... #also this manager is the 1 ive been complaining about but the thing is #theyre 1 step above the lowest on the ladder they barely make a living wage and theyre working 50 hour weeks cuz ppl keep quitting #so i do feel for them. they arent a corporate bastard by any means. theyre a good person just not the best manager #wyn.txt
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  • getcrackposts313
    08.05.2021 - 8 hours ago
    #ABBYY FineReader Corporate Crack ABBYY FineReader Corporate Key ABBYY FineReader Corporate Activation Key ABBYY FineReader Corporate Serial
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  • marketingguider
    08.05.2021 - 8 hours ago
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  • rollingapex
    08.05.2021 - 10 hours ago

    “this behavior does not reflect the values of our company/school” shouldn’t be in the lexicon bc the subtext is “we’re not officially bigoted, just amateur bigots who’ll need to be made to give up power if we want things to change”

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  • merchland
    08.05.2021 - 10 hours ago

    Severely Overpriced DHL Satin Ribbon for Gift Wrapping

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