If the answer is yes, then you REALLY need to file a Decennial Report. In all years that end in “1” (2001, 2021, 2031, etc.) you must file a decennial report with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania stating that your company or organization continues to exist and is using its marks, e.g. logos. Think of it […]
We trust you, just do what you think is best… A new client was in a bit of a jam. COVID had eased so they could re-open and a recent merger and sale meant that they needed a new a new name, logo and website ASAP. While I was familiar with their business, my experience […]
Webinar about how “Covid-19 Will Trigger Global Supply Chain Realignment and What To Do About It. The Sequential Consequences of China Ripple Effects from Coronavirus.” This event was co-sponsored by Link to Visibility and Leading Marks and featured David Iwinski, CEO of Blue Water Growth and Dennis Unkovic, Esq., of Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP.
A really quick blog about how to make telecons not just work but work well since professionalism is even more important when you cannot meet people face-to-face.
In the last few months, I have run into a number of companies and organizations, who don’t have control of their domain name (e.g. yourcompany.com) and don’t know who actually has control or owns the domain name. If no one in your organization has kept track of who controls your organization’s domain, things can get […]
intention: 1: A determination to act in a certain way. 2: What one intends to do or bring about. 3: A concept considered as the product of attention directed to an object of knowledge. Verb: intend. Adjective: intentional. On Friday, one of my clients emailed me about setting up a meeting to discuss a web […]
I have used a fairly wide range of web development tools. From UNIX shell hard coding, to proprietary systems to enterprise level CMS tools; I know that different projects require different tools and skill sets. While no system is perfect, I admit that I appreciate the flexibility and scalability of WordPress; it fits the needs […]
Just before I went on a summer holiday I spoke at the Central NY chapter meeting of the American Foundry Society. I enjoyed meeting the chapter members and was struck by how some of their chief concerns parallel those with manufacturing clients in Ohio and Pennsylvania. What were those concerns? Finding, hiring and retaining […]
While not a coffee afficiando (I drink tea) I have heard countless times that nothing beats coffee that has been properly made from good beans. Conversely, bad coffee is worse than nothing. While Keurigs and instant coffee are expedient, neither can hold a candle to properly brewed coffee. My daughter, a budding coffee snob elected […]