The HB blog turns seven today. Thanks for continuing to read, share and comment on our posts. Since we started the blog, our team has grown and we’ve found some new voices along the way to not only create meaningful content, but add new perspectives. We look forward to what the next seven years will […]
Building a honeypot for innovation isn’t as easy as slapping a fancy name on something and walking away. It takes leadership to bring people together and consistent, sustained effort to make the changes necessary to attract business.
That’s why last night HB sponsored the kickoff meeting for the N2 Innovation Corridor.
Next month, Catherine Ahearn joins the HB PR department as an account coordinator. While this isn’t Catherine’s first job — she comes to us with experience working as a freelance editor — her new role prompted me to consider things that I wish I had known earlier in my career. It has taken me four […]
I recently went to the PubClub’s “meet the media” event – Tech Panel: Pitching High Tech Reporters featuring Mike Farrell of the Boston Globe, Greg Gomer of BostInno, Maryfran Johnson of CIO magazine, Dan Primack of Fortune, and Dan Rowinski of ReadWrite. Whether you are newer to the profession like me, or a grizzled veteran, […]
Change is all around us. If you thought the rise of social media was tumultuous for communicators and management teams, just wait a little bit. The walls are falling all around us. “Fire and brimstone coming down from the sky! Rivers and seas boiling! Forty years of darkness! Earthquakes, volcanoes! The dead rising from the […]
If you missed Sigur Ros on tour this month, boy did you miss out! In the last week this internationally famous rock band from Iceland headlined at Madison Square Garden and the Agganis Area, wowing crowds with their spectacular soundscapes; perfectly choreographed with energetic light shows and videos. Last night I had the privilege of […]
College students and grads, heed my post. Unless you want to spend an enormous amount of time getting rejected from jobs, interviews and yes, even (unpaid) internships, then read these tips and life lessons. What makes me qualified to advise you on your “unique” journey? I graduated cum laude from Marist College in 2010 with […]
As we push the clocks forward here in the States (most of us at least), thoughts turn to spring, and it can’t come soon enough in my book. With spring comes the annual tradition of spring cleaning. I’ve always approached spring cleaning as an opportunity to not just sweep out the cobwebs, but also to […]