Thursday, March 23, 2017 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern) FMI WEBINAR Shoppers are certainly familiar with food labels, such as organic, non-GMO, and antibiotic-free. These product attributes are very important to consumers and have been driving growth in the food industry for the last few years. IRI and FMI research shows that the next wave of growth will concentrate on how companies are going above and beyond…
Arts & Cultural Guide
Each year the Cultural Council produces the Arts & Cultural Guide to be distributed for free to businesses, residents and visitors of Indian River County. The 2016-17 Arts & Cultural Event Guide is in a convenient to carry 9" x 6" format. 28,000 copies will be distributed. Need copies? Call 772-770-4857 Theatre & Dance
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Manufacturing is undergoing a digital revolution. But not every company within the industry is keeping up with the constant changes. In the years that I have been working with large manufacturing companies across the country, I have noticed shared pain points and solutions that have helped plants not only work to become world-class organizations but …
How an Awning Can Add to Your Home’s Charm
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Dreamforce like a Pro: Top Tips from 8 Expert Trailblazers
Share this article...Dreamforce 2019 is on the horizon and promises to be the biggest and best Dreamforce yet. This Salesforce event is the most sought after in the Salesforce calendar; come November, over 170,000 enthusiasts will descend on San Francisco for four days of knowledge,… Read More
How to Survive a Cultural Crisis
The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ
Britannica Presents 100 Women Trailblazers
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The What, Why and How of Cultural Competence
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DIY Beaded Charm Bracelets
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Charms and embroidery tote bag tutorial
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Top o' the Mornin Lucky Charms Pancakes
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What Is Cultural Marxism?
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Why food trucks are vessels for cross-cultural invention
Food trucks have come a long way in the mind of the foodie. Once, they were seen as ‘roach coaches’ that lurked in back alleys and sold questionable tacos. Today, they have a strong foothold in Willamette Valley culture. “It’s been a lot of work to convince people that food ...
The trailblazer CEO showing Big Oil how to be carbon negative
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