This summer, we announced the launch of the next phase of our Choose ATL campaign. Along with BBDO, Porter Novelli, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber, we’re continuing to grow the grassroots initiative by sharing why Atlanta is such a great place to live, work, and start a family. A new ad campaign showcasing exciting facts about Atlanta has launched, highlighting everything from walkability to our amazing food scene.
However, there’s another focus of phase two of the grassroots initiative: education. This doesn’t just mean showcasing the 66 superior universities that call Atlanta home, but also encouraging the brilliant minds that graduate from schools across the country to choose Atlanta as their city after college. In order to do so, we needed something big. Something that would show why Atlanta is the best place for recent grads to build a life after graduation. So we teamed up with the Metro Atlanta Chamber to launch the Ultimate Job Interview Contest.
When making a decision, most of us like to think we use logic and reason to come to a conclusion. However, research shows that emotions are a larger factor than logic. Although economic theory argues information, logical reasoning, and knowledge contribute to optimal decision-making, psychologists defend The Somatic Marker Hypothesis, which is the idea that emotions alone guide our choices.
We are incredibly proud to announce that Nebo has been nominated for the 2015 iMedia Greater Good Award. This award is particularly special to us, because it honors agencies committed to causes and nonprofits. Over our 11 year history, we’ve been incredibly fortunate to support causes near and dear to our hearts. It’s a crucial part of our business today, and a practice engrained in our very roots.
There’s a barrier standing between you and your customers. We’ll call it a door. No matter how relevant your brand, you’re not going to reach those customers unless you get through the door.
You can bang on it, you can yell at it, but you’re only getting through with the help of a few tools—we’ll call it three keys (to open the door) and a crowbar (to bust that mother open). Different keys work on different locks. This door is pretty locked down, so you’ll need to use all of the tools in conjunction to be successful. If you’re still following the metaphor, please continue.
Bamboo threaded pillow with Peruvian feathers and Persian stitching gives you the perfect night’s sleep. One click, sold. Wait, I already have a pillow!
I buy shit. And I mean the kind of shit you open, take out of the box, skim the directions, and then throw in the closet to dustify. I shop like a cat chases a string. I pursue, but as soon as I have it, I lose interest and move on.