Even though every business, brand and public person should have one, many people are still confused by what a public relations person does. PR guru Rakia Reynolds’ gift is storytelling. And she tells the stories of her clients in such an effective and unique way that the world has taken note.
RLJ Entertainment Partners with AMC Networks for Streaming Services That Bring Consumers More Diverse Content
RLJ Entertainment has formed a strategic partnership with AMC Networks. The partnership builds on each company's long track-record of successfully developing high-quality content for targeted audiences and capitalizing on new technology and changing viewing habits to make that content available to consumers.
BIG Innovation Center won the SBA Growth Accelerator Fund Competition for the second year in a row and received a $50,000 prize from the US Small Business Administration and its Agency Partners (NIH, NSF, DoED).
Freelancers often find it difficult to talk about rates and money, especially when it comes to negotiating a price. It seems really complicated and is intimidating to some. But like it or not, making sure you get the rate you deserve only makes for good business. And, you can turn yourself into a tough negotiator.
According to the Silicon Valley Bank's 2016 annual State of the Wine Industry Report—an industry benchmark, sales of some domestic wines and fine wines will increase by as much as 13 percent. This is good news for entrepreneur Marcus Johnson and his businesses FLO Brands and FLO Wines in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Southern California startup NextVR has partnered with NBA Digital to livestream at least one NBA game a week in virtual reality this season.
Experts say one of the biggest mistakes job seekers can make is not negotiating their starting salary.
Even if interest rates are low, taking on a loan may not be a good move--at least, not without asking yourself three questions.
Understanding how today's technologies come together are precursors to becoming a top marketing muse.
To live by the mantra "if you build it, they will come" is a dangerous gamble in the app world.
Since embracing tough new fuel economy standards in 2012, automakers have spent billions to develop more fuel-efficient vehicles.