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April 28th, 2016

Industry Voices: How to Manage Stress

As marketing and communications professionals, we are challenged to tell stories in a time where trends are constantly replaced and buzzwords disappear before they mature. With the pace of innovation disrupting what we learned yesterday and what we thought we knew today, our day-to-days can sometimes be overwhelming. Just when we thought we finally understood […]

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April 20th, 2016

Voce Volunteers: How Our Staff Gives Back

Today is Volunteer Recognition Day and we are so excited to recognize our colleagues that give back in their communities! We’ve asked our volunteering Vocian’s to share how/when they’ve given back, and we applaud each and every one of them. With Voce offices spread across the country, we are so proud to see efforts being […]

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April 5th, 2016

It’s Stress Awareness Month at Voce

It’s April, which means the sun is shining (editor’s note: It was hailing 48 hours ago in the Chicago area) and the flowers are blooming (editor’s note: many will be dead when the temp drops below freezing in the next three days) so it’s time to whip out those booty shorts (editor’s note: you know […]

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April 4th, 2016

Connect With Voce

We live in distributed times. So you may not be someone who visits this blog very often but you’re active on various social networks. Luckily there are plenty of ways to connect with Voce Communications elsewhere if that’s your thing. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+, all of which feature the […]

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March 30th, 2016

Beyond March Madness: What Numbers Mean to Vocians

People in the communications profession sometimes get a bad rap when it comes to numbers, and math, and quantifiable results. “You can’t put a number on the value of a New York Times article” is a phrase you’ve probably heard more than once. Just Because We’re in Communications Doesn’t Mean We Don’t ‘Do’ Numbers But […]

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February 2nd, 2016

Voce Presents: What Do You Love?

The month of February contains Valentine’s Day. This means that for the next month, peaking around February 14, there will be all sorts of proclamations of love, people waxing poetic about the nature of love, and probably at least a few elaborate marriage proposals well-staged for cameras and social media platforms. via GIPHY That’s all […]

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September 28th, 2015

The Stars Have Emerged, And Here’s What They Have to Say

This past Tuesday through Thursday, Omnicom held its annual Emerging Stars program in San Francisco. The event included 42 of Omnicom’s best employees who are given an exclusive opportunity to see agency presentations, participate in workshops and compete in a final pitching event to be held in October. The attendees are chosen from each Omnicom […]

Filed in Career Development, Voce Culture, Voce People

January 11th, 2013

Voce’s 2013 CES Media Dinner

For the sixth year in a row we hosted the Voce CES Media Dinner, a gathering of Voce clients, employees and the top tech journalists in the industry. Away from the flowing currents of people filing the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center, the annual media dinner is an opportunity to slow down from […]

Filed in Voce Clients, Voce Culture

July 30th, 2012

An Internship is What You Make It

Many people think of an internship position as a non-paid position, usually held while in college finishing up a degree requirement. However, during the recovery from one of the worst recessions in recent U.S history, what if you’re choosing a new career? How can one proactively jump into a new industry without getting a new […]

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June 29th, 2012

Voce Turns 13: Let the Teenage Years Begin

Every year on Voce’s anniversary, Richard Cline, Matthew Podboy or I sit down to write a blog post about what it means to be another year older. We talk about our culture. We talk about our clients. Then we drop an obscure reference to a Will Ferrell movie. It’s a great formula and I can […]

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