The narrative of business is not singularly made of an individual story or a moment in time. Looking at a single plot point might be interesting, but it’s an incomplete picture of what is actually happening. It’s only when we look at the interaction of all plot points and market forces that we are able to see the bigger picture and understand where the narrative is heading. These are the pieces of an evolving story.
Twist, a St. Louis marketing agency, announced first-quarter revenue of $400,000, up 60 percent from $250,000 in the first quarter of 2012.
St. Louis, MO (March 26, 2013) – Twist, the St. Louis headquartered branding, digital marketing and public relations firm, announced today that 1Q2013 revenues for the firm have grown >60% ($400,000 in 2013 compared to $250,000 in 2012). According to president & CEO, Craig Kaminer, “Our success largely comes from new national client projects, integrated web & social media campaigns, and blogger and media relations services, but we are also feeling a new sense of economic optimism with our clients that is fueling more aggressive spending than we have seen in recent years.”
The Washington Redskins have been a cornerstone franchise of the National Football League since the middle of the 20th century. Until the so called “PC era” arrived, not many people seemed to give a thought to how racist the name REDSKINS is in its very essence. A team name like “Blackskins” or “Yellowskins” would never have been tolerated (I hope) nor should it have been. Yet the Redskins have gotten a pass all this time….until NOW, apparently.