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TEDxCascais – Edson Athayde – O erro da reta

Posted on April 4th, 2012 by admin1

Edson Athayde é o publicitário português mais premiado tendo ganho, entre outros prémios, 7 Leões em Cannes. More than 300 creative awards and nominations in local and worldwide festivals, including 7 Lions at Cannes. In parallel with his Advertising career, Edson Athayde writes regular columns for several trade and general interest publications, produces music records […]

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“Investing in China: How U.S.-Sino Relations Affect Multinationals” – Thoughtful China

Posted on February 14th, 2012 by admin1

http://www.thoughtfulchina.com China has become a key market for companies based in the US and other foreign countries. Whether they enter China through joint ventures, investments and acquisitions, or a stand-alone business, operating overseas is tough. Companies often rely on their government to help make the road easier — or at least level the playing field […]

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Politics Marketing and the New Age

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Politics marketing has changed a lot in the past decade. Before the invention of the internet, social media platforms and company websites, traditional campaign marketing existed. The traditional tactics worked in their respective time, but times have changed. New times call for new measures. Political campaigns and marketing strategies have experienced a technological boost over […]

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Marketing and Politics are Bonded Together

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Marketing and politics are inseparable. If a campaign is looking to win the hearts and minds of voters, it first has to reach the hearts and minds of the voters. Creating a unique political message is the campaign’s mission, but creating an audience is the job of a marketing agency. One doesn’t exist without the […]

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Politics and Marketing – an Unconquerable Duo

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Politics and marketing are two areas of profession that work fluidly together.  The success of a political candidate depends on efficient marketing practices.  A politician’s nomination and future term depends mainly on one thing: how they are marketed.  If they are not marketed at all, or marketed in an ineffective way, they cease to become […]

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Marketing Political Campaigns Correctly is a Fine Art

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Marketing political campaigns can be done one of two ways: the effective way and the ineffective way; the right way and the wrong way.  A marketing team that makes a campaign popular is a team that utilizes every single marketing strategy.  The team concentrates on modern strategies to reach voters who are technologically savvy, but […]

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Political Marketing is the Secret Ingredient

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Political marketing is the secret ingredient to…success!  The majority of winning campaigns employ marketing teams that are skilled at making the public aware that a dedicated campaign and candidate are on the rise.  Without a political marketing team, it’s very easy for the public to overlook the campaign or never hear about it in the […]

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Valentine’s day 2011; Sri Lanka Politics, Police and Marketing

Posted on February 9th, 2012 by admin1

Valentine day 2011; Sri Lanka Politics, Police and Marketing Duration : 0:9:17

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Marketing-tool: City of Friedrichsdorf 3D Real-time Interactive Visualization

Posted on February 6th, 2012 by admin1

Category: Public Authorities (Economic Development) Client: City of Friedrichsdorf Name of project: Marketing-tool for economic development of the city of Friedrichsdorf Short description: The virtual Friedrichsdorf is a container for presentation of all planned real estate projects in that town and for presenting the town itself; the first major project is the planning for a […]

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(part 4 of 4) Latino Social, Political, Economic Impact of New Census Numbers

Posted on February 3rd, 2012 by admin1

Newlink Conversations. “The number of Hispanics surpassed the 50 million mark, growing 43% and accounting for more than half the national growth since 2000, according to the Census Bureau’s first release of detailed 2010 national data. By contrast, the non-Hispanic population grew 5%”. “Hispanics now make up 16% of the USA’s 308.7 million people. For […]

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