Halloween Is Just Around the Corner. How Does Your Holiday Packaging Influence Consumer Behavior?

Product packaging is just one component of a product’s success, but it is also a very vital part. When done properly, effective packaging will not only keep a product protected, but it will also have the ability to attract customers, effectively advertise, and speak to the brand of the company.

When a product is poorly packaged, a company immediately runs the risk of looking unprofessional, and they may lose some of their customers as a result. When a product is delivered, a customer should feel as though they’re opening a gift made just for them. It is an experience that they should enjoy every time something is delivered, which will urge them to continue their relationship with a specific brand. Continue reading “Halloween Is Just Around the Corner. How Does Your Holiday Packaging Influence Consumer Behavior?”

How Tiny Offices Will Become the New Tiny House Phenomenon

In the last couple of years, there has been a lot of talk about a new trend hitting the real estate scene. Surprisingly, it’s not about going bigger and better; in fact, it’s about getting smaller and more space-efficient. The trend has been the “tiny house movement,” and it follows homeowners from all over who are choosing to downsize their homes for a variety of reasons. Continue reading “How Tiny Offices Will Become the New Tiny House Phenomenon”

Building a Remote Office Culture: 10 Tips to Keep in Mind

Once upon a time, a desirable, fun office culture was simply something on people’s “nice to have” list, as far as what they were looking for in a workplace. Now that millennials are the generation with the largest representation in the modern workforce, however, it’s quickly becoming a “must have”. Continue reading “Building a Remote Office Culture: 10 Tips to Keep in Mind”

Switching to a Fun Office Culture: #1 Definitive Guide Online

google employment infographicIn the past, people went to the workplace to … well, work. And that was it. Employees had their nose to the grindstone from 9-5 five days a week.

They didn’t celebrate birthdays or holidays. They didn’t have a happy hour or Christmas parties. Going to work was not fun. Fun was reserved for after work or the weekends. Continue reading “Switching to a Fun Office Culture: #1 Definitive Guide Online”