Topics: Mitchell Team
Whether you call it #Femvertising or FEMpowerment or good ‘ole Girl Power – WE call it inspiration. At Mitchell we are huge fans of brands using their voices to celebrate women’s empowerment and gender equality – and these are a few campaigns we love. Add to the list with a comment, if we’ve left off your favorite.
Photo shoots can be tricky—getting the right people, equipment and props can be a challenge, especially when under deadline and on a budget. When food is the subject of the photo shoot, the job gets even more complex.
It's HERE. iOS 10. As with nearly anything released by Apple, there is no shortage of opinions, criticism, or speculation -- and the Mitchell team is no exception!
Some have updated and others haven't, but Ann and Brantly give us their Highs and Lows after the first few days.
For years, the restaurant industry has relied heavily on a variety of marketing tools to help attract and retain customers. From value-driving coupons to timely promotions to loyalty programs, the options are abundant — yet it’s gotten harder for many restaurants to keep the right customers continually coming through their doors.
Topics: Digital and Social
It’s rare that I plan a vacation or dinner at a new restaurant without first checking in with the crowd. Thanks to Yelp and Trip Advisor, I nearly always get a pretty good feel for what the rooms are like at the hotel I’m considering or the menu at the new tapas place in town.
Subscription boxes are a relatively new retail trend where specially curated collections of niche items are sent directly to your doorstep. They’re a way to let consumers try new products, while giving brands a valuable introduction to potential new customers. No matter what you’re into, there’s probably a subscription box out there for you. Beauty junkie? Check. Foodie? Check. Gamer? Check. Pet owner? Check. Music love? Check. Fashionista? Check, check, check…
Oftentimes in business settings, and even at personal gatherings, people are so focused on what they want to say they fail to actively listen. Not listening – and even worse, not comprehending what is being said – is a surefire way to ruin an experience and miss an opportunity to connect the person standing right in front of you. A client could leave the conversation feeling like they weren’t heard and the agency could have missed an opportunity to offer the right kind of support and service. That’s not good for anyone.