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Is Implementing Your Solid Strategy A Priority?

Is Implementing Your Solid Strategy A Priority?
There are many facets of building or growing a company. The two most important components in planning should be a solid strategy and a creative element. Imagine cooking Thanksgiving dinner for a family of ten and not having recipes ready. (more…)

Boomer Roadblocks.

image[1] This week is National Retirement Planning Week and Baker Creative wanted to look at the progress baby boomers are making in retirement. It turns out retirement may be further in the future than we thought. (more…)

3 Ways to Recognize Crisis Within your Business.

3 Ways to Recognize Crisis Within your Business.
Many companies have little issues with a crisis. They have great customers and their product is a success. What happens when the quality of service decreases? (more…)

Podcast – Why Social Media Bios Matter.

Welcome to a preview of one of our first FREE podcasts. Learn from Baker Creative why it is important to have good bios on your social media networks for your company. We go through what makes a great, responsive bio. (more…)

Leadership Training for Gen Y & Beyond.

We have all heard that Generation Y is a new breed of employees. They are used to a fast-paced world and are up-to-date on the latest technology. Knowledge of the internet allows them to find information in a split second and connect to almost anyone around the world. (more…)

The Not-So-Lucky Marketing Mistakes.

luckymarketing Some companies depend solely on luck when working on a marketing plan but in most cases, luck won’t get you by. Since St. Patrick’s Day just passed, we thought it would be beneficial to share tips on how to avoid bad marketing. (more…)

Overcoming the February Winter Blahs.

winter blahs The hype of turkey and stuffing for Thanksgiving and the white winter promise of Christmas has come and gone. February has arrived along with its long days of cold and on and off again snowfalls. (more…)