Going Beyond the Health Headline At the OTC National Conference in Philadelphia last month Brian Levy spoke about the evolution of health & wellness marketing. Private label brands were the hot topic of conversation at the conference. They represent a significant threat for marketers in many categories, but particularly in OTC,
A Discussion About Personalization and Community At a recent Mediabistro conference, innovative women across diverse industries came together to discuss the state of media today and where it’s headed. From speaker to speaker, two key trends kept working their way into the conversation:
OSU Fisher College of Business “What If” Summit I recently received an invitation from fellow CPG Branding and Marketing Forum member, Michael Bills, to travel to the heart of Buckeye Country and learn about business innovation at the first annual “What If” summit at The Ohio State University. The two-day
Sustainable Brands ’10 CPG Branding and Marketing Forum is proud to announce sponsorship of Sustainable Life Media’s SB’10 conference in
Podcamp Offers Fresh Perspectives on Social Media In Mitch Joel’s book “Six Pixels of Separation” he talks about a new kind of conference that is being created by people who are organizing online but meeting up in the real world. Anyone can create an unconference and anyone can speak at an unconference.
AIGA Cincinnati 2nd Annual Green Salon Planning has begun on the AIGA Cincinnati 2nd Annual Green Salon. We are actively recruiting individuals to become panelists for this year’s event. If you are interested, please submit a proposal to become part of an exciting panel of speakers sharing ideas
Thomas Gilmore recently gave the opening lecture at the AIGA Toledo student portfolio review. Held at Madhouse Creative in Toledo, Ohio, the annual event included students from four universities in the region. Over 100 students from Bowling Green, Eastern
Thomas Gilmore recently lectured at the campus of Bowling Green State University (BGSU) on topics of branding and packaging, as well as careers in graphic design. The Friday night lecture drew a crowd of well over 150 students, faculty and local design
AIGA Cincinnati’s first Green Salon provided an exciting opportunity for Cincinnati-area designers to share ideas, learn and discuss trends in design through the innovation of sustainable practices. Moderated by Marc Alt of the Center for Sustainable Design in New York, the panel provided varied business and design perspectives and fielded questions
Thomas Gilmore recently participated with an eight person discussion panel at the AIGA Design Career Forum, held in at University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College. The event was sponsored by AIGA Cincinnati Mentoring program.