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Looking for Humanity in Data: The Data Guild Tackles the World’s Toughest Challenges

POSTED ON May 12th  - POSTED IN ArCompany, Humanity in Data

Welcome Chris Diehl and David Gutelius, Co-Founders of The Data Guild, which create data driven solutions that tackle some of the world’s toughest challenges. As Data Science proliferates, the ability to marry disparate sources of information and uncover relationships among entities continues to surface new solutions that was not possible even a decade ago. Both Chris and […]

Can Technology Influence Humanity in the Workplace?

POSTED ON December 1st  - POSTED IN ArCompany

If it isn’t obvious by now, the inherent changes in the marketplace has created a domino effect in business. While the economy has wreaked havoc on the perception of stability in the workplace, companies are also realizing that employee loyalty has also significantly declined. There is a survivalist mentality in the realization that careers within […]

Do You Really Know the Value of Relationships?

POSTED ON October 15th  - POSTED IN ArCompany, Customer at the Core

It’s finally happened! The democratization of communication has allowed everyone more opportunities to create content, build a stronger voice and platforms to strengthen the presence online. Content is free. Communication is rampant. Advertising has been disrupted in a big way. No longer do the ‘haves’ have exclusive access to platforms and media that grants them […]

Developing The Right Company Culture

POSTED ON October 8th  - POSTED IN ArCompany, Future Of Business

I work in a start-up business. I have been blessed with a great team who lived and breathed the company culture everyday – people who exude the passion to try new things and develop new ways of streamlining and becoming smart in how we grow and attract the right customers. As a small company, we listened […]

Boomer Think Tank: A Definition of Leadership Today

POSTED ON October 4th  - POSTED IN ArCompany

On our Think Tanks this month we are tackling what is the definition of leadership today. We are looking at the topic from each generation’s viewpoint in order to measure how much progress has been made, and what challenges still exist. This month, our panel included: Rick Rice – Corporate communications and crisis management consultant […]

3 Proven Customer Loyalty Program Formats

POSTED ON September 14th  - POSTED IN ArCompany

For businesses, it is important to not only attract new customers, but increase loyalty from existing customers. The cost of acquiring new customers is expensive (five to ten times the cost of retaining an existing one!), making customer retention even more important. In addition to the cost benefit of retaining customers, companies need to think […]

Episode 29 Millennial Think Tank – Remote Workforces

POSTED ON April 3rd  - POSTED IN ArCompany

Technology has permeated every aspect of our society; its impact on the modern workforce has meant a shift in work schedules, flexibility, and even our concept of the culture of work. This week our Millennial Think Tank focuses on the good, bad, and ugly aspects of working remotely, and most importantly, how to do it right. […]

Episode 3 Boomer Think Tank – Ethical and Social Responsibility

POSTED ON April 1st  - POSTED IN ArCompany

When asked if they would consider themselves to be an ethical consumer (An ethical consumer is someone who shops for products and services that they consider to be made ethically. Ie. with minimal harm to, or exploitation of, humans, animals, and/or the environment), those aged 45- 59 (60%), and individuals aged 60 and up (70%) […]

Episode 2 Boomer Think Tank – Late Entrepreneurship

POSTED ON April 1st  - POSTED IN ArCompany

In the study “The Coming Entrepreneurship Boom,” the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation reports that from 1996 to 2007, Americans between the ages 55 and 64 had a significantly higher rate of entrepreneurial activity than those ages 20 to 34. This #BTT  will focus on entrepreneurship endeavors later in life and how that is transforming the startup community. […]

Episode 1 Boomer Think Tank – Investments

POSTED ON April 1st  - POSTED IN ArCompany

Welcome to the first Boomer Think Tank. Boomers are 35% more likely to have portfolios worth between $250-$500 000. On top of this, 14.7 million Boomers have shopped for stocks in the last 6 months, and 6.8 million Boomers have bought/sold them. This #BTT , we will focus on investments post-2008 recession, how many Boomers still have […]