I have preached it 100 times and read dozens of articles on the topic, but as is the case with most challenging things in life, the concept of ‘be honest’ and share yourself completely, quirks and all, is a challenging one when you actually sit down to d
Ditch the old way of thinking and bring in the new age with these three rules that you should break with your marketing this summer.
Switchback Creative has a fun video project opportunity for one of our awesome Airdrie clients.
This week was filled with speaking about the things that we do. We held blogging workshops, marketing presentations and more consultation type meetings than usual. We have set in our marketing plan that we want to help educate and elevate businesses to be able to think about the whole picture, to be able to have a bigger vision. Obviously, you are reading this blog now so you see some of the perspective we try to… Continue Reading
As new business owners ourselves, we now understand the many articles written and arguments about finding the right people to do the best job possible for your business. Finding those people is a feat in itself. (We are currently adding to our team, so we see this first hand.) Once you do find them, you move to the next challenge which is motivating them and hoping they don’t leave you. But what if they did all quit tomorrow?
I was talking to a friend last week who has 2 small kids and it became obvious that the title of these posts was pretty true. Raising a business is a lot like raising little kids. So demanding, needy and fussy in the beginning — loosing sleep, balance and feeling like your head is spinning.
We have been asked quite a bit lately if we do logo design and development and that is usually a sign that we aren’t marketing that aspect of what we do enough. So to take our own advice we want to point out some awesome logo design work we have done in the past.
We are bursting at the seams and need another team member to make the sun shine in the Switchback world again. A mind blowing Project Manger is what we are looking for.
One aspect of everyone’s business is trying to explain to potential customers why they shouldn’t attempt to DYI something that you have built an entire business around. In almost every industry, people try to save money by being “the handyman”.
We have come to realize that our brains and bodies want to celebrate each of these launches, these small victories, and take time for a deep breath, relaxing in the knowledge of a job done well.