“Location, location, location!” is an old adage in real estate and holds especially true for brick-and-mortar businesses setting up shop. In the age of the Internet, however, an equally important motto for businesses—particularly e-commerce shops—could be, “Connection, connection, connection!”
2020 has been a year to remember to say the least. The impact of Covid-19 has hit every individual in some kind of way, big or small. We know that many businesses are out there trying to help and go the extra mile during this pandemic. To help find and highlight these businesses that are helping and supporting the community around the local Cincinnati area, Cincinnati Bell has created a new Small Business Impact Award. This award provides a great opportunity to shout out our business customers who are doing great things through the Covid-19 pandemic to help support the community during this difficult year. We figured what a great time to share some great news stories of business customers who have stepped up this year to help others in a big way.
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We are all in this together. As individuals, families, and businesses have all had to adjust quickly and cope with the effects of Covid-19, the impact has been hard on our world and community, to say the least. Essentially, life as we know it has changed dramatically in less than a month’s time, making it nearly impossible to find one individual in our community that has not been impacted. At Cincinnati Bell, we want you to know that we’re here for you and are working hard to find ways to help.
Agency life is just, different. At any given moment, you might see a copywriter or art director in the wild, riding a bike or skateboard while simultaneously chatting about their next deadline. If you were to stop by for a visit or to say hello, you could be greeted by the President or possibly a German Shepard.” You just never know. This and other things like agency wide meetings with tacos and the occasional Ping-Pong championship bracket all makes advertising life – unique. But what makes advertising very similar to other businesses is their need for reliable technology and Internet.