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Our stomping grounds are ‘a staple’ on the national scene.

This week, we had extra reason to be grateful we are located in Sweet Auburn and on the Atlanta Beltline.  The New York Times featured a local restaurant Staplehouse in a big spread on great food in our area. (Full disclosure: we had nothing to do with the article, except to say, enjoy it and get a jump on your weekend reservations!)

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Thank you, Kim Severson and Dustin Chambers, New York Times!

Specialty Pharmacy Times featured healthcare game-changer  Curant Health on the cover for the second time on, The Best and Worst Consequences of Rising Specialty Drug Costs. This week, Curant was also invited to contributed to Becker’s.

Tech Republic joined Forbes and Tech Crunch on the LaunchTN media tour for 36|86. (Snag the earlybird special and thank us later!)

We worked with the smart marketing minds at IBM Marketing Cloud on panel opportunities at May’s IBM Amplify in Tampa, FL.

Speaking of Tampa, minimum viable product though-leader 352, which has a Tampa office, a Gainesville office, and an Atlanta office, is kicking off an Enterprise Innovation Series at Tech Square Labs. It’s a private VIP invite, but if you’ll stay tuned to social from @352inc . . .

content marketing bookOur content marketing team is thrilled to welcome back healthcare customer leadgen leader RMI as a client. (Follow their thinking process–read our ebook, the Content Marketing Field Guide.)

We sent articles to the thoughtful editors at Supply Chain Asia, Supply Chain Management, Tech CrunchMultiChannel Merchant, and Inc.  Speaking of Inc., thanks to a tip from the global tech talent leaders at our client Andela in New York, our founder Lisa Calhoun published an article on the realities of rejection in tech.

We launched the initial website for SmartCommerce, an exciting startup that helps CPG Brands with their online product sales.


Our business development team was honored to discuss recognizable industry leadership  with growing tech companies in India, Japan, Spain, Kenya, Germany and Alpharetta.

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