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The Traits of Good Leaders

Business

The Traits of Good Leaders The Traits of Good Leaders

Daniella Soloway

On average, Americans spend 34.5 hours a week working. If you’re not your own boss, chances are, you have one, which means that your boss has a lot of power in affecting your feelings about your job. A lot of people don’t leave companies, they leave bosses. Well, they leave for many reasons that management […]

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Female Entrepreneurship: A Q&A With Our Co-Founder

Business

Female Entrepreneurship: A Q&A With Our Co-Founder Female Entrepreneurship: A Q&A With Our Co-Founder

Daniella Soloway

Did you know that in the past year, more women started businesses than men? Of the 20,000 companies that SCORE surveyed, 47% of them were founded by women compared to the 44% started by men. We took the time to interview one of our co-founders (and head of Business Development) Emily Nhaissi to find out […]

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Rebranding: Do’s and Dont’s

Branding, Business, Marketing

Rebranding: Do’s and Dont’s Rebranding: Do’s and Dont’s

Daniella Soloway

As time progresses and trends shift, businesses need to adapt to changing environments. On average, corporate businesses rebrand themselves every seven to ten years, and there are a variety of factors which may spur the decision. Let’s take a look at some of the most common reasons that companies may choose to rebrand: New product […]

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How Graphic Design Helps Us Design Our Lives

Business, Design, Lifestyle

How Graphic Design Helps Us Design Our Lives How Graphic Design Helps Us Design Our Lives

Daniella Soloway

Do you believe you can design your life in a similar fashion to how you would go about designing a logo? Well, maybe it’s not the exact same thing, but in terms of process and mindset, we’ve grown to apply a lot of design thinking towards our lives. When you apply your skills and training […]

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How To Drive Big Results with a Lean Team

Business

How To Drive Big Results with a Lean Team How To Drive Big Results with a Lean Team

Daniella Soloway

Workplaces, like people, come in all shapes and sizes, and quality seems to trump quantity every time. When starting a business, you obviously want to keep overhead costs as low as possible, but how do you grow and expand your clientele with only a few employees? It’s a lot like the “what came first: chicken […]

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Hospitality Web Trends in 2018

Business, Design, Marketing

Hospitality Web Trends in 2018 Hospitality Web Trends in 2018

Daniella Soloway

With digital travel sales expected to hit more than $200 billion this year, your hotel’s website needs to stand out from the competition. And for those of you who may be thinking, “But most people book hotels through online travel agencies (OTAs) like booking.com and the like,” think again. According to SiteMinder’s Global Hotel Business […]

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Design in an Era of Globalization

Branding, Business, Design

Design in an Era of Globalization Design in an Era of Globalization

Daniella Soloway

Over half of the world’s population has internet access. In 2017, more than 200 million people got their first mobile phones, and with the rapid growth and accessibility to digital communication, user design and experience must take cultural differences into consideration in order to serve global communities. As a creative studio operating in both Tel Aviv, […]

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Protecting Yourself And Your Business After Dealing With Sexual Harassment

Business, Education

Protecting Yourself And Your Business After Dealing With Sexual Harassment Protecting Yourself And Your Business After Dealing With Sexual Harassment

Emily Nhaissi

Originally Published on Forbes As an entrepreneur who recently dealt with sexual harassment from a client, I came to realize that threats against my person are inherent threats against my business, too. In recent months, especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement, we have all learned that people don’t “look like” predators. Predatory behavior […]

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