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Grill the Arsonist – Caroline S.

April 1, 2020 | MindFire Team

Caroline Schweitzer made her way to the Quad Cities to join the team as MindFire’s Creative Arsonist in 2017. She has been a vital asset for our clients – lighting fires with her creative spark and talent. Can she handle the hot seat like she handles creating smokin’ hot concepts?

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Is your brand feeling creatively stifled? Try these steps.

February 19, 2020 | Caroline Schweitzer

We often create rules that aren’t even there, or we’re trying to work within a box that has been set by our colleagues. So, the question becomes a matter of “thinking outside the box.”

Your personal brand can help boost your business brand

June 28, 2019 | Lynn Manternach, Ph.D.

Your personal brand has the potential to add value to your organization’s brand. In fact, there’s often a very fine line between a company’s brand and the personal brands of its leadership and team.

When it comes to branding – research should come first

February 27, 2019 | MindFire Team

Use insights from research to drive strategy and recommendations. It takes the guesswork out of your decisions and provides you with the information you need to fine-tune your message and figure out how to truly connect with your audience. At no point is that research phase more important than when you’re building or refining your brand.

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Find your brand voice in 3 steps

January 16, 2018 | Caroline Schweitzer

Close your eyes and imagine your brand’s voice. What do you hear? If you’re not sure what you hear you should spend some time tending to the vocal box of your company’s voice.

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How does your brand feel – a deep dive

December 13, 2017 | MindFire Team

Do you still hear the phrase “print is dead?” Pair that with the struggles in the newspaper industry and the dramatic rise of online advertising and we are likely to believe it. However, print is still a very relevant medium for your brand – and your brain – and there is scientific evidence to support it.

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