Gift-giving is essential in most corporate cultures. Whether you’re trying to recognize a hardworking employee, remind someone of your business, or thank long-standing customers, a Netflix gift card is a great choice.
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Corporate gifts are meant to enhance personal connections between employees, customers, and clients and affirm business relationships. Gift-giving actually increases business activity, so return on investment is guaranteed if you practice it.
So, what should you give as a corporate gift? There are many options available, but one of the trendy choices right now is a Netflix gift card!
Why Netflix Gift Cards?
Before finding out why Netflix gift cards can be an excellent corporate gift for your business partners or clients, get to know the company behind them first. Netflix, Inc. is the world’s leading prov… Read More
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Agency Spark Podcast with With Darryl Leniuk
The Agency Spark Podcast, hosted by Sara Nay, is a collection of interviews from thought leaders in the marketing consultancy and agency space. Each episode is designed to spark ideas you can put into practice for your agency today.
In this episode of the Agency Spark Podcast, Sara interviews Darryl Leniuk. Darryl has been in the Duct Tape Marketing Network for 3 years now. He comes from a background as a journalist an… Read More
There comes a time in every successful small business owner’s life when it’s time to hire employees and investigate payroll companies. While outsourcing various functions may work initially, full-time staff… Read more »
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Has the COVID-19 pandemic forced your business into a difficult situation financially? Then you may be considering dissolving your business. If so, there are some legal processes you’ll need to go through.
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Over the past year, the pandemic has hit businesses hard. Economic hardship has kept many from spending, and government-imposed lockdowns have forced companies to limit their clientele. Recent data from Yelp shows that almost 60% of businesses that closed due to COVID-19 have shut down permanently.
Dissolving a business, however, is not a straightforward or quick process. If you’re closing up shop due to the virus (or any reason), there are still a few legal processes to go through. Especially if you’re planning to go into business again in the future, you’ll have to take these six steps to protect your credit, reputation, and p… Read More
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was always going to be a buzzy Disney+ show, but we didn’t expect it to be close to 10 shows. In an impressive mining of comics canon, Malcolm Spellman’s miniseries about Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) set up what could be several other Marvel shows or movies — and in the Disney+ era, we wouldn’t be surprised to see them all on screen someday.
Some of these new stories are already on the Marvel schedule, while others might even be resolved in TFATWS episode 6. Others might just be fun Easter eggs for comic book fans. We don’t know, we’re not in charge! Read more…
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You might be considering renting your textbooks rather than buying them if you’re a college student. It’s no surprise that more and more people are turning to textbook rental sites to get their course materials. While there are sites to get cheap college textbooks, renting is much cheaper. The College Board estimates that the average… Continue…
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With more and more states (finally) legalizing recreational cannabis, CBD — the non-psychoactive cannabinoid — may be taking the backseat to its cooler, psychoactive brethren THC. But while CBD doesn’t get you high like THC does, don’t discount it quite yet.
For those who experience pelvic pain and want relief during sex — or for people who just want to try something new in bed — look no further than CBD lube. My first foray into products like these came from TOCA’s CBD lubes last summer and since then, my world has blossomed into a CBD l… Read More
Have you ever wondered what it would cost you to start a business of your own? It’s a hard question to answer because there are so many variables. But the whole point of starting a business is to make money, so naturally you want to avoid going broke in the beginning.
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Plenty of new businesses do go under, especially in the first few years of their operation. Only the fortunate few make it through. Therefore, if you have the burning desire to open your own company and become an entrepreneur, it’s essential to get a grip on the money question.
There are several parts to the question of how much money you’re going to need. For example, will you be able to pare down your personal budget so there’s more cash available for the new enterprise? Additionally, you’ll want to learn which kinds of businesses don’t cos… Read More
With “Sasquatch” as its title and 420 as its premiere date, Hulu’s new true crime series sets certain expectations. I, for one, was anticipating an even trashier Tiger King-like show meets the Wikipedia page for North American folklore meets weed puns. But that Sasquatch ultimately fulfills none of those assumptions, and is better for it, may be the biggest and best surprise of this high holiday.
See, when investigative journalist David Holthouse was 23 years old, he overheard a story that piqued his interest. He was staying and working at a cannabis farm in Mendocino County — one of three agricultural districts that make up northern California’s famous “Emerald Triangle” — when one night a man came in the door claiming “a Bigfoot” had killed and dismembered three field wo… Read More