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Nearly 50 years ago, StayWell Health Center (StayWell) began to serve the residents of the greater Waterbury, CT area. Founded as a non-profit federally qualified health center, StayWell has focused on providing the area’s healthcare needs with a broad range of medical services including; Women’s Health, Adult Medicine, Pediatrics, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Geriatrics, Specialty...
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Image Credit: Jacob Lund / Shutterstock.com The imposition of COVID-19 on the world’s population is having devastating effects on the health and well being of populations in more than 182 countries. With global economies placed in quarantine, the impact of the virus is being felt by everyone, not only those who have suffered the physical...
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With the booming economy, most businesses are entering the time of year when just keeping ahead of the day-to-day demands of the consumer is daunting. Just like that it’s time to start strategic planning for 2019. For those who say they are ready to get out in front and get started on planning for next...
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Entrepreneurs readily thrive on formulating great ideas for new products and business ventures and many even manage to muster credibility when it comes to formulating a vision for success, but all too often the busy road to market is littered with the debris of unrealized dreams and unfulfilled intentions. Initial investments generally are freely cast...
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In the summer of 2012, we learned of turmoil at JC Penney following the company’s unveiling of a completely overhauled strategy. After a devastating sales year, JC Penney is announcing that they are bringing back the sales campaigns that were scrapped in an attempt to rebrand and reposition the once proud and venerable department store....
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Earlier this year, JC Penney unveiled a rebranding and a new strategy that eliminated discounts and coupons in favor of an ‘everyday’ low pricing structure along the lines of Walmart and Target. The shift didn’t necessarily come as a huge surprise, after former Michael Francis, a former Target Executive, took the reigns as president in...
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American food culture has undergone a very positive transformation even against the increased cost of eating well. Following the 1980s and 90s, a time during which a shift was made towards processed foods that were cheaper, faster, and more abundant, an increased percentage of American society is more focused on sustainability, locavorism, and organic eating...
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 ATLANTA, GA: November 18, 2010 – Junction Creative Solutions (Junction) participated in the “Ask the Experts Round-Table Discussion” hosted by StartUpChicks, a non-profit organization focused on connecting and inspiring entrepreneurial women.  Experts shared key insights from business planning to exit strategy with women business owners in the Atlanta region. “We wanted to provide an opportunity...
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As strange as it may sound, it makes perfect sense. What do all successful businesses have in common?  They execute and they deliver. Yet, it’s easy to get bogged down in the day to day tasks, losing sight of the bigger picture.  Consistency in execution is the bullet proof vest that is going to keep your...
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As companies explore marketing solutions designed to create awareness, build influence, and ultimately generate revenue, it’s incredibly challenging to create a truly “comprehensive” marketing strategy.   What does “comprehensive” mean? It’s more than just one solution, one tactic, and one person’s idea.  It’s about many solutions such as: Twitter, a blog, a press room, LinkedIn, affiliate...
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Junction Creative Solutions (Junction) is an award-winning strategic agency committed to creating high impact solutions for SMBs and Fortune 1000 companies. Our hybrid approach combines the intellectual capital of a business consulting firm with the creative execution of an advertising agency.

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