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CA+14 Moves to Williams Mill

CA14 moves to Glen Williams

Welcome Home! Just over two years ago, a group of people with similar values, work ethic and complementary talents came together.  The result of this integration forged CA14.  Since our humble beginnings, we have further distilled our purpose and have been able to provide a wider scope and depth of services for our clients. We

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Who can we believe anymore?

For the last few years I’ve been increasingly wondering about which sources of information are reliable. It’s all coming to a head these days, with the advent of “fake news,” which I’m sure will soon be fully adopted into the lexicon, if it hasn’t been already. Humankind has always grappled with the big questions regarding

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Is my site too small for hackers?

Many small or medium sized businesses think their website is too small to be hacked. Unfortunately, many find out that this isn’t the case. According to Sucuri, “In our analyses, we have found that it takes about 30 – 45 days for a new website, with no content or audience, to be identified and added

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Selling Under the Microscope

Recently I booked a business coaching session with Wendy Hue of The Delfi Group; she’s a long term Chamber and community volunteer, and a good friend. So she knows me and also knows her business, backwards. Our focus was on the art of persuasion in business. You know… selling. So much depends on who you

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There is more to it than Jet Lag

There is a new experience at work that affects the body and the mind. When traveling to other time zones and back on business, we are all familiar with “jet lag.” – a chronobiological problem where the body clock (circadian rhythm) becomes out of synchronisation with the destination time. Rhythms that dictate times for eating,

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Five Best Practices for Getting the Most from Your Virtual Team

Your boss has just handed you a big project – one that could make or break your career. You’re confident that you can handle it; however, it’s likely that you’ll have to look outside your company for required resources in disciplines such as advertising, public relations or marketing communications for writers, designers and possibly strategists.

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