Very excited to be partnering with these amazing companies who feel as passionate as we do about the non-profits in our community! Read more
Listen up! Recently, Coalesce owner/creative director Lisa Piikkila helped kick-off “The Greatest Radio Hour” with Joe Simon from Great2Greatest Life Coaching and Dayton Kane from KZ Radio. The new radio show focuses on non-profit organizations.
Make sure you tune into KZ Radio (92.9 FM and 104.3 FM) on the morning of Saturday, April 4 to hear Lisa talk about Coalesce’s 2GETHER•4GOOD marketing marathon, which benefits area non-profits. And stay tuned for more details about this year’s event!
Coalesce is proud to be featured in the February 2015 issue of Insight magazine for our 2GETHER•4GOOD marketing marathon. The 24-hour workathon, benefiting area non-profits, was held in May 2014.
Read about the unique we give back to our community… INSIGHT ON: NonProfits & Charitable Giving – A time to give
Originally printed in The Appleton Post Crescent, November 23, 2014.
One notion you will never convince me of is that you are not a creative person. I’m not buying it.
Think of all the tasks you accomplish in a typical day. Do you think those might require some creative thinking? From jimmy-rigging the side mirror to your car with tape and a shoestring to scratching your back with a rake or even using the leftovers in your fridge to make a delicious soup, it all takes creativity. Admit it, you have had moments of sheer genius.
With that being said, I understand the office may not be the most conducive place for you to come up with your best ideas.
To help you overcome this challenge, here is some advice on how to keep the great ideas flowing while you are on the clock:
Originally printed in The Appleton Post Crescent, April 13, 2014.
Marketing professionals are often approached by non-profit organizations seeking pro-bono creative and promotional services. Most of us understand that non-profits are strapped for time and resources, and we appreciate the hard work these organizations do for the greater good.
In order to provide some general marketing assistance to all non-profits, here are some tips to keep in mind when tackling your organization’s marketing and before reaching out for help:
Ahh, memories… we remember when we first started out. We sat at a table in the Barnes & Noble Starbucks, planning how we were going to be Coalesce and here we are… TEN YEARS LATER! Today, we’re planning how to eat more than one piece of this cake, and looking forward to the next ten years – and of course, the cake! Happy 10th Birthday, Coalesce!
Originally printed in The Appleton Post Crescent, March 2, 2014.
While having an online presence is critical for any business, it’s malpractice to think that you can simply set it and forget it. Just as your body needs routine check-ups and regular preventive activities (remember exercise?), it’s also important that your company’s website is regularly being looked after and nourished in order to flourish.
Originally printed in The Appleton Post Crescent, February 2, 2014.
In the first two parts of this series, we covered what not to do as well as how to do better as a public speaker with a visual presentation. Today, with the help of my fellow colleague, designer Judy Dillenburg, we’re looking at how to make your visual presentation have the same professional clout as you.
While the presenters themselves are the essence of a presentation, visuals play an important role too. Here are some tips you can implement to enhance visual appeal.