Tag: marketing

Across Cities, Billboards Bring Women’s Achievements to Light

This is a guest post by Rainbow Kirby-Stearns, director of corporate communication for Clear Channel Outdoor. At Clear Channel Outdoor, one of the most fulfilling aspects of my role in corporate communications is bringing light to social causes through the lens of the outdoor screen. In today’s attention-deprived society and fragmented media landscape, billboards can’t be

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5 Things We Learned at the Congressional City Conference

This week, more than 2,300 city leaders and delegates from all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia convened in Washington to deliver a simple message to Congress and the Trump Administration: Rebuild With Us and fix America’s infrastructure. For four days starting March 10, delegates to the Congressional City Conference shared solutions to common

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What It Takes to Cluster

This is a guest post written by Daria Siegel, Director of Launch LM and Andrew Breslau, Downtown Alliance Senior Vice President of Communications and Marketing. It seems everybody these days wants a “tech cluster.” Municipalities across the country are repositioning themselves as tech friendly in hopes of capturing some of the promise the industry might

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Anything New in Economic Attraction?

Business attraction has been and continues to be an essential part of economic development for many communities. In the context of difficult political, economic and fiscal realities, have economic attraction strategies changed?  I put this question to a group of economic development professionals on the networking site LinkedIn. Surprisingly, most noted that although recruitment strategies

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