How Brands Handle Activations Post-COVID

October 15, 2020 - , ,

Brand activations can serve as great marketing tools for many industries. Pop-up shops, branded environments, brand partnerships and more are the most common ways to introduce new products or even a whole new brand to the world. As COVID took storm across the world, we saw a drastic drop in the brand activations we are... View Article

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How We Helped Execute New York Times’ First-Ever Food Festival

January 3, 2020 -

Do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at the elaborate food festivals you see around the country?    Hint: it’s a lot.    At most festivals, dozens of installation and event management teams work together to set up, run and take down an event, usually all over the course of 48-72 hours.... View Article


Industry Events 2019 — Curated by Coloredge

February 27, 2019 - ,

With years in the industry, comes the knowledge that one cannot simply become better without occasionally taking some tips from another. Building networks, introducing your business to new people, and learning something at the same time are just a few benefits that can be found at Trade Shows and industry events. These large-scale gatherings help... View Article


Giving Tuesday 2018

November 19, 2018 -

Black Fridays, Small Business Saturdays, and Cyber Mondays — post-Thanksgiving weekend can get pretty overwhelming if you’re out shopping (or checking your inbox). In response to all of the heavy commercialism that has begun to define this time of the season, Giving Tuesday was created a few years ago to give the holidays a bit... View Article