Cincinnati is a city of immigrants, and people from other countries continue to make Cincinnati their home. But to increase our region’s diversity, and help grow our economy, local companies must be prepared to meet the needs of individuals, even those fluent in English, who are more comfortable doing business in their native language.
Facebook, Twitter, Linked-in, Instagram, Google+, are just some of the most popular social networking services in use today, by people reaching out to families and friends, and by businesses and organizations using it to connect with current and find new customers and patrons. Solution Architect and Partner at Definity Partners, LLC, Dave Hatter, and Chris Brewer, chief consulting officer of Zavoodi.com., discuss the latest trends in social media services.
Buy a computer, smart phone or tablet on Monday, and a newer model comes out on Friday. Or so it seems in the fast-moving world of technology. What to buy and when to buy it, what’s the best device for your needs, and what new high-tech toy is worth your hard-earned dollars? Find out, as the Consumer Electronics Association’s “Digital Answer Man,” Jim Barry, joins us to share the latest in high-tech products and trends.
Cincinnati is a city of marketers, home of Proctor & Gamble, Kroger, DunnhumbyUSA, and dozens of advertising, design, data analysis and branding companies. The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s BrandHUB works to strengthen and grow our place in the marketing industry. Nicole Ball, director of Cincinnati BrandHUB, and Empower Group CEO Jim Price discuss the Chamber’s effort.