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Networking During the Holidays - Step out of the Office!

By Trey Jones on 12.13.12

Author: Gabrielle Jones

One of the greatest things about having an office in Washington, D.C. is getting the privilege to experience the city’s cultural and networking offerings with your colleagues. During the holiday season it’s great to step outside your office space and take-in the sights and sounds of the season. Here's a list of some of the area’s holiday events that offer a great opportunity to network with clients or spend time with your employees.

Topics: Networking
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Holiday Gift-Giving in the Office!

By Trey Jones on 12.11.12

Author: Isabelle Leichtman

Holiday gift-giving in the workplace is a fun way to spread some holiday cheer throughout the office and show your appreciation for co-workers and clients (especially in shared office space)!  On the other hand, it can easily turn into a stressful conflict of what to buy, how much to spend, who to buy for, what are the “rules,” etc.  Here are some tips on gift-giving in the office to make sure the gesture is appropriate and fun without being a taxing chore.

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All Things Chevy! Chevy Chase Pavilion Construction Updates

By Trey Jones on 12.06.12

AdvantEdge is proud to be expanding our Chevy Chase, DC center with a brand new, 17,000 square foot business office suite opening by January 1, 2013.  The design of our new space incorporates recessed flat panel televisions, multimedia displays, and the latest communication and data services.  Highlights of the suite include a 50-person training facility featuring an operable glass partition, an upscale lounge and café, and various other spaces conducive for collaboration, networking, and relaxation.

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An Infographic About Infographics!

By Trey Jones on 11.29.12

 how much we love infographics at the AdvantEdge blog, here is an infographic about making infographics!  An infographic goes through four main stages of production: research, design, publishing and promotion.  So study this ironic infographic  closely in order to take your marketing content to the next level!


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Agents of Social Media

By Trey Jones on 11.19.12

 "After reaching 1 billion messages sent and 4 million users, HootSuite produced an infographic celebrating its user base. HootSuite users are influential, engaged and active across multiple social networks."  AdvantEdge is proud to be a HootSuite user so check out this infographic!

Topics: Social Media
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12 Ways to Give Back During the 2012 Holidays

By Trey Jones on 11.15.12

Author: Gabrielle Jones

On the first day of Christmas…..I’m sure you know the song. The holiday season is a time of celebration through giving and receiving. One of the easiest ways to connect with your team and improve your community is by making sure your business is on the giving side this holiday season. Here are twelve easy low or no cost ways to give back to your community this year.

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What Does Your Business Card Say About You?

By Trey Jones on 11.12.12

Author: Isabelle Leichtman

One basic marketing strategy that is often overlooked is the business card. This small, yet important item can be one of the most influential tools in attracting business.  While we have discussed the importance of your company’s logo and social media pages to attract customers, business cards are a marketing strategy on a personal level.  If you are one to travel or attend conferences and events, business cards are a way to get the people you have met to remember and reach out to you and your product.

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Your Logo and You

By Trey Jones on 11.05.12

Author: Gabrielle Jones

Whether you take a Coke or Pepsi approach, your logo is the visual representation of your business and its values. It is imperative that it makes the right statement and evolves with your company. With large companies like Wendy’s recently taking the time to reexamine their logos, it’s probably time you did the same. To change or not to change …. regardless of what you ultimately determine is the answer, here are some things to consider when reevaluating or creating a logo:

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Hurricane Sandy by the Numbers

By Trey Jones on 11.01.12

"Hurricane Sandy’s economic toll is poised to exceed $20 billion after the biggest Atlantic storm slammed into the Eastern U.S., damaging homes and offices and flooding subways in America’s most populated city. The total would include insured losses of about $7 billion to $8 billion," stated Charles Watson, research and development director at Kinetic Analysis Corp., a disaster research company from Maryland.

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Benefits of Coworking

By Trey Jones on 10.24.12

As a start-up company, finding affordable and flexible office space is a must. Many start-up and small companies make the mistake of signing traditional leases, locking them into contracts that can be costly to break in the event that they outgrow the space.

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