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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Catherine Kaputa
Catherine Kaputa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways politicians, and some who aren’t, like Trump, can teach us about branding.
Catherine Kaputa
Catherine Kaputa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the branding lessons we can learn from the 20+ Democratic presidential candidates.
John Huber
John Huber joins Jim Blasingame to report on recent research that shows over 40% of those polled think our differences will create a Civil War, and what would cause such a response.
John Huber
John Huber joins Jim Blasingame to report on recent research showing a large part of America favors socialistic policies, but a big part of the sample was Millennials.
John Huber
John Huber joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the fact that Generation Y has little regard or time for studying history could lead to decisions that we already know won’t work, like socialism.
Robert Grede
Robert Grede joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the key in-store elements of retail success, including signage, shape of displays, and cross-merchandising.
Robert Grede
Robert Grede joins Jim Blasingame to report on his recent trip to New Zealand and Tahiti, what he saw there, and how the people treated him.
J. Eduardo Campos
J. Eduardo Campos joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the communication gap that’s created when the tech industry fails to name their products and services in a way that’s intuitive for their non-technical customers.
J. Eduardo Campos
J. Eduardo Campos joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the value in making sure all employees understand their role in keeping the company safe from cyber-crime.
J. Eduardo Campos
J. Eduardo Campos joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that only training will keep our employees from clicking on malware that can lead to a cyber-breach and potential seriously expensive damage.

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