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Changing Tactics in Tough Times

The President’s proposed stimulus package is intended to reduce our nation’s debt by half and get the economy and the work force back on track. Every market segment has been affected over the past year, including the robust luxury and aspirational markets, which were not immune to products and services being hit hard. Now it…

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Philadelphia welcomes the Luxury Marketing Council

In January 2009, a new chapter of the Luxury Marketing Council will make waves in our region and unite the most influential, intellectual and savvy minds in the luxury marketing arena today. Since its inception in 1994, The Luxury Marketing Council has developed chapters throughout the world and is considered the global thought leader in…

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Uncharted waters: Adjusting your tack for a new journey

To say we are living in uncertain times may be an understatement. With the economy, trends and ever fluctuating business models, what we as individuals dislike the most is what may, in fact, keep us afloat: change. We need to ask ourselves, will we develop new solutions to overcome existing obstacles or will we resort…

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Verve Marketing & Design Teams with Heifer International

July 2008 – Verve Marketing & Design™ is teaming up with Heifer International over the next six months to produce three new children’s books by Page McBrier and one coffee table book that will feature the works of notable mural artist Betty LaDuke. For over twenty years, Verve has helped clients target and reach the…

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Globetrotting is good for business

Merriam-Webster defines luxury as “something adding to pleasure or comfort but not absolutely necessary.” In a time of great uncertainty in this country, in terms of the state of the economy and that groundbreaking Presidential election looming, Americans are searching for luxury space in every day life to rekindle comfort and hope. On the bright…

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Recession? Make your Money Work Harder

Are we headed for a recession? Maybe yes, maybe no. But history has shown that just the mention of “recession” can wreak havoc on the psyche — and unfortunately, on the economy. But regardless of the dollar’s buying power, life goes on. There will be appliances to replace, vacations to take, achievements to note, and…

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