Monthly Archives: March 2017

Week 9, Day 1: First day in the New Office

After a week of working from home, the time has come to finally step into the new office. And to kick off the new office, we celebrated with a glass of mimosas and a whole lot of baked goods. The office … Continue reading

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RSS Feed Evaluation

Although the bulk of my RSS Feed features architecture and building news, I have found this feature of the internet to be very, very helpful in terms of the work that I do at C2. Prior to this internship, I … Continue reading

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Personal Review & Evaluation

Personal Evaluation & Review

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Brenda Collons

Having spent 25-plus years working in the ad agency business helping to launch national and international marketing campaigns, Brenda has developed a talent for recognizing the essence of a company’s brand and translating it into strategies that resonate with target … Continue reading

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Theresa Beauchene

Theresa is our “chief of everything” (translation: managing our agency operations and bookkeeping). She can handle pretty much anything we throw at her with grace and ease (and believe us, we throw a lot at her). She assists with compiling … Continue reading

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Andrew Cardillo

Andrew is C-Squared Advertising’s Communications Specialist & PR Manager. He has more than five years of public relations experience, having spent the last several of those years in Los Angeles. He approaches public relations by truly understanding what makes clients … Continue reading

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Week 8: Work in Progress in the New Office

This is the week! C-Squared had officially moved to the new office. The new office is looking dandy too. Unfortunately, the new office is unfurnished and still needs a lot of things (ie., Wi-Fi, desks, chairs, electricity, etc.) in order … Continue reading

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