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Helping Architects Accept Change and Embrace the Modern Marketing Era

For most purveyors of goods and services, the act of marketing can be traced back in history to the very beginning of commerce when conveying the benefits of ones products and services over a competitor’s was a practice of simple communication, using the very rudimentary of marketing tools and collateral. But practicing the science of […]

 

Interesting and Challenging Times Ahead for Marketers

At the coming of the end of each calendar year there comes a practice that appears to be an unavoidable part of our culture. It is understandable that at the end of something there certainly must be a beginning of something else, a sort of evolutionary ideology that mandates a certain continuity of things both […]

Prime Meridian Consulting Expands Its Reach in Healthcare Industry

November 23, 2016 – ATLANTA, GA: Prime Meridian Consulting (Prime Meridian), a boutique consulting firm with more than 25 years of experience in serving the needs of leading organizations in the healthcare and pharmaceutical services environment, continues to gain market share, expanding the number of healthcare and pharmaceutical companies it serves. “The healthcare and pharmaceutical […]

Aligning Sales and Marketing to Produce Business Growth

Ask any veteran in business and you’ll hear stories about the ongoing war between the marketing function and the sales department. Many relationships between the sales and the marketing departments often resemble an efficient and effective circular firing squad. As sales slump marketing blames sales for not executing on its plan and sales complains that […]

Junction Practices What It Preaches

A company’s website is a living, breathing entity on the internet and, in today’s digital marketing world, your audience’s first impression of your business. Protecting a brand image and maintaining access to your company and its services is critical to the success of any business entity. Stale or aging websites often become technically obsolete, are […]

The Ultimate Prize for Best Brand Soon to Be Awarded

Winning an election, any election to public office, requires a candidate to capture at least 51 percent of the market. A bit daunting, to say the least particularly when even the most successful marketer has ever come close to capturing more than 50 percent of their market. With digital technology and social media platforms dominating […]

Retail’s Disruptive Future

Despite early announcements of major store closings and employee furloughs by some of retails largest and most prominent players, the National Retail Federation (NRF) is forecasting a growth rate of 3.1 percent in 2016, a performance rate higher than the 10 year average of 2.7 percent. The NRF also predicted non-store retail to grow at […]

Business Operational Marketing Trends in 2016

For those who longed for a breather, even the briefest of respite, from all the mega pieces of data that is pouring from the seemingly endless number of sensors, trackers and locators that mine the digital landscape of commerce the past few years, there appears to be no letting-up in the coming year. The New […]

Are Retailers Experiencing a Shift in a Well Established Holiday Tradition?

Historically Black Friday is a term that has been associated with events involving the selling of slaves to attempts by a few misguided investor barons to curb the precious metal market. But the term is most commonly familiar to the one day each year that retailers and hungry holiday consumers get together to change the […]

Technology Trends for 2016, Will it all be Too Much, Too Soon?

  As another year begins to wind-down, tis the season to reflect on the past and predict the future for nearly all things, widely interesting or not. Prognosticating the trends of the coming year is becoming trendy itself, particularly when it comes to technology and all things gee-whiz. Last year Gartner’s, the established guru of […]