2511, 2014

We Wrapped a Zamboni!

By |Featured Customers, Vehicle Wraps & Graphics|

We’ve wrapped thousands upon thousands of cars and trucks. We’ve wrapped motorcycles, golf carts, and boats. But it’s not everyday we can say—we wrapped a Zamboni. Here’s the story. The Indiana State Fair Coliseum has a new Zamboni, Tom Raper, a long time supporter of the Indiana State Fair, added their name to the project […]

2411, 2014

A Powerful Opportunity Could be Waiting for You

By |Sales & Marketing|

I’m standing next to an Auntie Anne’s Pretzels in the Baltimore airport. My flight is on a two-hour delay. I’m charging my phone and laptop. This outlet, at the south end of Auntie Anne’s, is the third outlet I’ve tried. The first two didn’t have juice. I watch as others circle gate B like zombies […]

2111, 2014

Networking Doesn’t End at the Event

By |Social Media & Networking, Uncategorized|

This title seems like a silly thing to say, doesn’t it? But the truth be told, most of us have missed connecting with someone who could have helped us, because we didn’t follow-up. Of course, we’ve stayed in touch with people who expressed a direct need for our product, service, or talents, but unfortunately, in […]

2011, 2014

The First Step in Vehicle Graphics: Know your purpose

By |Vehicle Wraps & Graphics|

There are a lot of good vehicle graphics on the street and…there are some that get a “Bad Rap.” The most effective vehicle graphics begin with a purpose. They’re planned and produced to fit a niche, to fill a need, and to make an advertising impact. It starts with understanding what you want your wrap […]

1911, 2014

Where Does the Sales Process Begin?

By |Sales & Marketing|

The answer depends on who you ask. If you ask marketers it begins with advertising campaigns, PR initiatives, and social media marketing. Salespeople might say prospecting, gathering referrals, and building relationships with customers to establish repeat business. Neither answer is incorrect, but they’re incomplete. If you ask customers where the sales process begins for them—it […]

1711, 2014

Identifying Workplace Bullies and What to do

By |Human Resources, Uncategorized|

Over the last few years bullying in our schools has received the attention it deserves; children have been bullied to the point of taking their lives. Something needed to be done. Initiatives to identify, educate, and reform bullies in our schools have made an impact. But bullying isn’t only in our schools or among our children—it’s in […]

1311, 2014

Will you be ready for the Workforce of 2024?

By |Leadership Values, Small Business Matters|

Over the next ten years, the world will change in unforeseen ways. Ten years ago, in 2004, most business leaders had little idea the extent which, social media, mobile applications, and web development would affect their industries. It may be impossible to foresee the many innovations that will impact business over the next ten years, […]

1211, 2014

TKO Tech Talk: Business Card Printing

By |TKO Tech Talk|

Business cards are a great way to make a lasting impression. Sure, it’s easy to just shoot off an e-mail or make a phone call, but physical cards are more effective, memorable, and professional. This Lifehacker article makes some great points on why business cards still matter. From the article–

Meeting someone […]

1111, 2014

Save the Date Small Business Saturday 11/29

By |Small Business Matters|

2014 marks the fifth year of the American Express initiative Small Business Saturday. “In only five years, Small Business Saturday has taken on a life of its own and it’s been very exciting to see how small business owners and communities have come together to own the day and make it special,” explains Lisette Bernstein, Vice President of Small […]

1011, 2014

TKO Wellness Summer Challenge and Green BEAN Delivery

By |Featured Customers, Human Resources|

The TKO Graphix wellness committee offered a summer challenge to all TKO employees. The challenge, “4 Healthy Weeks” began Monday August 4th and ended on August 29th. Employees were given the above “tracker” each week to document their progress.