Media & Marketing
Kill the Collateral, Ditch the Pens: How to Get Rid of the Waste, and Cut the Costs, of Your Trade Show Materials
By Jeff McIntire-Strasburg on August 7, 2012
Before haggling with the printer over those new brochures, consider one of these options for getting your brand out to trade show visitors.
By Timothy Hurst on December 21, 2011
Every year Google publishes Zeitgeist, a collection of the year’s most popular search trends at the world’s most popular search engine. And the 2011 Zeitgeist includes several “green” search categories.
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By Timothy Hurst on September 23, 2011
As part of its sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, Dow Corning, along with the Solar Energy Industry Association and the Solar Foundation will host a virtual conversation about solar energy and sustainable buildings on Friday, September 23.
By Timothy Hurst on August 4, 2011
Beginning last week with stations at Serra Automotive in Grand Blanc, Michigan and American Chevrolet in Modesto, California, GM is outfitting at least 26 dealerships with solar canopy arrays to charge and display the plug-in Chevy Volt in its clean energy habitat.
By Timothy Hurst on July 18, 2011
Companies trying to trumpet their green ways in hyper-eco-aware Boulder, Colorado need to step up their game if they want to impress the city’s well educated and sustainably minded consumers. But it helps if the messages used are coherent.