Monthly Archives: May 2020

Retriever Digital Signage

With any tool, when you first set it up, you put a lot of energy into learning the tool and figuring out how it will work for your business. But, as time goes on, most people stop short of using … Continue reading

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Retriever Digital Signage at Bookmasters

We’re all living in strange times, and as businesses slowly begin to re-open in light of the global coronavirus pandemic, it’s not exactly business as usual. Every business is faced with new restrictions, protocols and requirements in order to keep … Continue reading

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The Secret to Holding Someone's Attention

When you have an important message to get out, it’s easy to sound like a broken record, constantly repeating the message until people get it. But, if you’ve ever been on the receiving end of that broken record, you know … Continue reading

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Communication Plan for Back to School

The 2019-2020 school year threw us all some real curve balls as coronavirus sidelined everyone, requiring us to shelter in place. With a ton of uncertainty about what the 2020-2021 school year will look like, educational leaders are faced with … Continue reading

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Visual Communication is Key for Banks

We are living in a new world, one in which social distancing, mask-wearing, and hygienic practices are paramount. As banks navigate this new world, many have been conducting business through their drive throughs throughout stay at home orders. But, eventually, … Continue reading

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