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So far Mary Trier has created 7 blog entries.

Getting Your brand on

In January, leaders from our community attended the public unveiling of Orlando’s new brand: Orlando – you don’t know the half of it. The new brand brilliantly introduces the world to the thriving and compelling environments of high tech business and quality of life in the Region. From its vast farming and agricultural segments to [...]

By | February 10th, 2015|Categories: Advertising and Marketing, Community|

Capturing your best side

Capital Communications’ quick tip of the day is related to unplanned interviews. Remembering a few of these quick tips can be important if you are asked to do an on-the-spot interview at a conference or event. As a business leader or professional, you will want to leave your audience, not only with information about your [...]

By | January 15th, 2015|Categories: PR and Communications|

We’re WOSB certified!

Capital Communications was recently certified by the Small Business Administration, through an approved third-party certifier, as a Woman-Owned Small Business. The process is rigorous, but the potential rewards make it worthwhile. So, what is WOSB and what does it mean to be certified? In February 2011, the federal government, through the Small Business Administration, expanded [...]

By | October 30th, 2014|Categories: C3 News|

Understanding team dynamics

Terri Bernhardt (left) and me at one of the many events we attended together throughout the years. Today is a big day for our company. Terri Bernhardt, who has been contributing to our success for over seven years, departs for new challenges. What happens when a vital member of the team wants to [...]

By | August 8th, 2014|Categories: Business and Leadership|

Being comfortable in your own style

A year and a half ago, my 85-year-old mom had to start fresh when she lost her home in a fire. Last summer, when her garden was ready to harvest, she realized she missed yet one more thing – her favorite recipe for zucchini relish. Her best friend, Betty, shared her copy, and after using [...]

By | August 3rd, 2014|Categories: PR and Communications|

Efficiency and teleworking

Eight years ago when I started my business, I had to re-think my daily routine. In just a couple of days I went from a routine of getting ready for work and traversing the slight traffic issues that we have in Central Florida, to showing up, grabbing a cup of coffee and being at my [...]

By | July 22nd, 2014|Categories: Business and Leadership|

Connecting with your audience

One of my favorite times with my grandson, William, is when I am driving him to school each morning. We discuss a wide range of topics. On this particular day, William began to tell me about a fine arts competition that he participated in with his church the previous weekend. "Grandma, one of our competitors [...]

By | June 2nd, 2014|Categories: Advertising and Marketing|Tags: |