Category: Business

December 10, 2008

Baton Rouge Area Chamber Holiday Party

Where can you see Mayor-President Kip Holden dressed like Santa Clause and singing like Louie Armstrong? There’s only one place: The Baton Rouge Area Chamber Holiday Celebration. Gatorworks President Brian Rodriguez and I (both chamber members) attended the function held at Perkins Rowe in Baton Rouge.

December 5, 2008

Design Process: Pre-Production is King

Today I attended a meeting of the AAF Baton Rouge chapter, and I had a fairly eye-opening experience. I realized though I may work at a Graphic Design firm, I didn’t have any idea about any of the competition in the area. I really had no information from what I’ll call the “outside world”- meaning any company other than Gatorworks.

November 1, 2008

Web Design Firm Delivers For Oilfield Service Company

Web firm delivers for oilfield service company

October 29, 2008

Taking Time Out for Some Quadrant II

I’m sure many of you have heard of Stephen Covey’s time management practice where your time can be spent essentially in four “quadrants.” The box should have “urgent” and “not urgent” across the top along with “important” and “not important” across the left side.

October 14, 2008

Every Success Requires Discomforts

I receive periodic emails from my friend Alex Velasquez over at Legacy Consulting. I believe he usually tends to time his email blasts with holidays or generally recognized changes in the calendar year such as a new season or the beginning/end of a quarter of the year.

June 28, 2008

New Initiative to Develop Area’s Digital Media Industry

Last week Michael Hecht, President/CEO of GNO, Inc., was gracious enough to take time out of his busy schedule to speak to the EO Accelerator group. GNO, Inc. spearheads economic development for the ten parish Greater New Orleans area. Hecht’s speech was very inspiring, and it reminded us all that New Orleans really is a great place.

June 1, 2006

Case Study: WCIT 2006 Convention

Company Background: WCIT 2006 is considered by many as the world’s premiere Information Technology forum. The biennial World Congress drew over 2,000 business, government, and academic leaders from 80 countries. The delegates participated in the World Congress to ensure the positive impact of IT proliferation on the global community.