Posts tagged social media
Shawn Nelson on Building a Retail Company, Adapting to the Trade War, and What Keeps Him Up in the Morning

From selling bean bags in college to debuting his company on the stock market, Shawn Nelson, the founder and CEO of Lovesac, talks about Lovesac’s commitment to making consumers buy better, the implications of the US-China trade war on retail, and the importance of grit in entrepreneurship.

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Interview with Gary Knell, Chairman of National Geographic Partners

Gary E. Knell, Chairman of National Geographic Partners, speaks to National Geographic’s Free Solo win, his takeaways from leading legacy media companies, and the evolution of National Geographic’s legacy.

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Instagram and Empowerment: Social Media Marketing in the Digital Age

A new wave of female-focused companies are creating a new paradigm of brand-customer interaction that focuses on creating a community and bringing their customers closer than ever.

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Facebook: The New Digital Monopoly

Facebook is not a monopoly in the traditional sense as it neither controls exclusive supply of a good or service nor does it technically have a high barrier to entry to start the business.

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What Even is Corporate Social Responsibility?

What sort of actions have traditionally comprised corporate social responsibility?

This article is the first in a series of articles on corporate social responsibility in the Trump era.

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Youtubers: Challenging the Traditional 9-5

With individuals foregoing college and making millions, is Youtube a sustainable career platform worth pursuing?

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How Cambridge Analytica Taught Us What We Already Should’ve Known

Facebook's stock drops amidst concerns of privacy and institutions like Cambridge Analytica are to blame.

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Kayla Itsines: Collectivizing The E-Training Industry

Kayla Itsines, the "instafamous" fitness trainer, uses social media to not only strengthen her brand but also create a support group and community of followers who lead healthier lifestyles through her 28-minute workout circuits.

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What does the future hold for Snapchat?

Where will Snapchat be in the next year? That’s the question on everyone’s lips as the popular mobile messaging and multimedia mobile app continues to undergo growing pains in its quest for social media domination.

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Can Venmo’s Impressive Success Protect it from Competitive Threats?

Gone are the days of fumbling for cash, extended IOUs, and awkward splitting of bills; money-sharing app Venmo has quickly become an integral part of the millennial’s financial world.

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