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  • LKF Marketing and Heather Isch:  Clients, Culture and Kalamazoo

    LKF Marketing and Heather Isch: Clients, Culture and Kalamazoo

    Taking over one of Kalamazoo’s oldest locally owned and run advertising agencies is no small feat. But that’s exactly what Heather Isch did back in December of 2015. Heather spoke to InterCom at our April lunch about her agency’s transition, their niche business, pathways for success and the future of advertising. Heather, the new president and owner of LKF Marketing, held a cozy roundtable discussion about traditional and digital advertising sans any digital support. Communication was served up old school […]Read More »

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  • Josh Cook shared his launch vision for @greendoordistilling Friday. New industry ahead, with awesome #Kalamazoo connections to the land, history and entrepreneurial spirit of our amazing community.
  • InterCom prez Gretchen Johnson with Josh Cook of Green Door Distilling at our first 2nd Friday Speakers event of 2016
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  • Jeff Walker, quoted here, is  among the thought leaders  Daniel Proczko follows. We're excited to have Daniel with us this Friday, talking about pulling users in with a web hub, and other nuts and bolts of Internet marketing. Follow the traffic to our 2nd Friday Speaker Series. http://www.intercomkalamazoo.com/events/
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  • InterCom presents BREAKING the NEWS, Part 1: Local story missing! Community seeks answers

    InterCom presents BREAKING the NEWS, Part 1: Local story missing! Community seeks answers

    As the media industry continues to transition through technology, is Michigan at risk of losing local news coverage? While publishers change their focus to survive financially, how can we best support efficient access to current, accurate community news in Michigan? Can a community thrive without a robust source of local news? What does the future hold as we “break” the historical news model in our state? And when local publications downsize, how are communities handling the effects, from the loss […]Read More »

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