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Kissing Frogs Stop kissing frogs – 5 key questions every marketer should ask an agency Posted on February 14, 2017

Many relationships start out blissful. All too quickly, however, that bliss can turn into apathy or even animosity. I’m not talking about romantic relationships. I’m talking about relationships between clients and their agencies. It most often happens like this: Prospective client meets agency; prospect falls for agency; prospect becomes a client; client feels abandoned; client […]


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Lightbulb_Feature300 Buzz Kill: When Everything is Innovative, is Anything? Posted on June 23, 2016

Innovation has always been a broad term. Light bulbs seem to be a pretty common representation. Snooze. In the past several years we’ve all seen the flagrant overuse of the word “innovative”. I’m sure many of you have used it today, whether on your own or a mandate from a client, everything that everyone is […]


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Airfoil Group - CES Cloud based computing & storage innovations Innovative Leaders Capitalize on Shifts in the World Order Posted on March 28, 2016

The world’s most innovative leaders have proved to be extraordinary “social seismologists.” They have shown a rare ability to detect tidal shifts in the world order long before such harbingers are recognized by lesser leaders. Years before the introductions of Facebook and Twitter, Bill Gates was predicting something called “social media,” a concept that many […]


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Detroit LVS Blog 5 Companies to Watch from TechWeek Detroit 2015 Posted on April 30, 2015

Where else can you find a group of entrepreneurs that truly care if the others make it? Where else can one company do with $5,000 what other tech hotbeds in the U.S. do with $100,000? That’s Detroit for you. Silicon Garage – as some call Detroit – has the potential to recreate itself with the […]


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Airfoil Group - Finer Points, Big Picture, Go! CES Prep Starts Now featured image10 On the Rise – Two Hot Trends to Watch This Year Posted on April 28, 2015

Recently I’ve been reading about a few spaces and companies I think are poised for great growth this year and beyond. Low and No Code Development – Citizen developers are defined by Gartner as end users who create business applications within the sanctions of the corporate IT environment. Think about the game-changing power of that. […]


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Why the Wall Street Journal’s “Marketplace” Changed Its Name Posted on April 2, 2015

The Wall Street Journal recently made a small change in its format that reflected a big transformation in the world of business. The newspaper re-branded its venerable “Marketplace” section as “Business & Tech,” a move much more substantive than those of earlier days when other papers refashioned their “Women’s Section” as “Living” or “Movies” as […]


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