For this month’s donors choose donation, I chose to donate to Ms. Tolub’s project to broaden her classroom’s horizons. Ms. Tolub is a passionate teacher who wants to expose her students to the world around them. She is requesting maps for her students to better understand our vast world that we live in. Ms. Tolub is currently teaching with outdated maps that do not include some of the countries that have been created in the last 10 years. Our world is quickly changing and maps are our window to the world. read more »
So why is a marketing technology firm supporting an AP History’s class trip to Mesa Verde? Our decision to donate this month towards Ms. Vatch’s project was simple: we support innovation…from any time period!
Innovation is a currency we seem to be dealing with a lot these days in our own marketing space: new marketing software, better integration of marketing channels (aka omni channel), etc. What can be easily overlooked is that we don’t always have to look to the future for innovation, we can also look in to the past. read more »
I am often heard saying that marketing is the perfect blend of art and science. I love and thrive on the science side of marketing and eagerly support future scientists and technologist. Though I am not an artist (I can barely draw a stick figure) admiring art is a favorite pastime and as luck would have it, I have had the opportunity over the past couple of months to stumble upon artist websites like www.deviantart.com and www.caedes.net. Seeing youth, amateur and professional artists all support and share each other’s work inspired my selection for this month’s Donors Choose donation. read more »
Retail Love is all about sharing shopping experiences that make us feel good. And an NCLA nail wrap inspired by 4 of fashions hottest names is certainly something the ladies at Covalent Marketing feel good about. However we were even more inspired when we learned that as part of Glamour Gives Back project, $5 of each nail wrap set purchased goes to benefit Girls Who Code, a non-profit that helps young women ages 13-17 pursue careers in technology and engineering. read more »