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Make it a sweet '16

This January we reflected on some of the work we have been doing lately and how clients are evolving.  While marketing has become so much more complex, mainly due to the many trends we have posted about here, we also see the net effect as working to make 2016 a “sweet” year for the industry.    422 more words

Global Marketing

The risks of radical views

After media had been exposing different angles and stories after Europe faced ISIL threat in the last weeks. The fear inside communities with Muslim citizens was moved by the attacks. 369 more words

Media Industry

No sunset after Paris attacks

I could not be more shocked after waking up last morning and seeing the terrorist attacks in Paris. It was overwhelming, particularly, when I was trying to figure out how a city, which represent a lot of culture and important values for humanity. 1,263 more words


The Effects of Free Speech and Social Media

New Romantics couldn't leave their mobile phones #modernlove #iPhone #socialmedia

A photo posted by Rossana Naveda (@rossana_naveda) on Apr 29, 2015 at 5:00am PDT

Using social media for expressing our support to particular ideas, promote our ways of thinking, sharing our thoughts about different issues has been transformed in our time in an action that required a previous analysis about the type of consequences we will confront in our personal and professional path.

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Kim Trainor Davis

Owner, President
Nomiss Communication
Lubbock, TX, USA
Industry: Business Services
Field: Crisis Communications

Communication is a key element to the success of any business. “Knowing your audience and how to target your message to each audience, concisely, is where we come in,” says Kim Davis, owner and president of Nomiss Communication. 1,082 more words

Business Services

Media Strategies and Abortion Politics: An Interview with Deana Rohlinger

When and why do activist organizations choose particular mass media strategies? Can silence be an effective media tactic? Deana A. Rohlinger, a professor of sociology and a research associate in the Pepper Institute of Aging and Public Policy at Florida State University, takes on these questions and more in her new book,  1,203 more words

Activism In The Academy