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Multicultural Marketing

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Involving Millennials in Nonprofit Organizations Posted by on Sep 5, 2014

SJ Consulting

The Fragility of Brands in a Culturally Blind Society Posted by on Jul 25, 2016

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Chicago and Mexico City: How Sister Cities Boost Tourism and the Economy Posted by on Dec 16, 2014

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The following post is part 1 of a 2 part series. According to eMarketer, eCommerce is expected to reach $709 billion in 2020 which represents a 18% increase from last year. This equates to 14.5% of total retail sales which is a significant jump from 11% last year. If you exclude gas and auto category sales which are predominantly...

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Curated Intelligence(TM): An Almost Unfair Advantage.

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The Vice President at my client was agitated. A new competitor had been positioning itself as the market leader in signing contracts with the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute with noticeable press coverage and a well-delivered marketing message. “I want to know if they really are competition for...

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The emergence of the power of our Polycultural Society fueled by the chasm in Social Economics

The digital revolution has fueled the emergence of the voices that make up our Polycultural society, and their strength and power are louder than words. Its economic …and increasing! While corporate and government leaders may have prepared more adequately to adjust and respond to the not-so-new emerging trends, they did not....

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