by Joanna Pineda Posted on November 25, 2008
As a longtime partner of the Matrix Group, the National Park Foundation (NPF) turned to us to develop a new Web site to help promote First Bloom, launched by First Lady Laura Bush. The First Bloom project teaches inner city kids how to protect fragile ecosystems by planting native species in our national parks and creating gardens in their own neighborhoods.
Matrix Group worked closely with NPF to create a microsite that features a flash movie, CMS enhancements to power program updates, news, events, a blog and a Flickr feed.
Is The Future of Conferences in Small Scale Meetings? Posted on October 6, 2022
A couple of weeks ago, I attended Non Dues-A-Palooza, a conference about generating non dues revenue hosted by 100 Reviews. The event had about 125 attendees and was held at City Winery in Nashville, TN. I’ve been attending conferences since the Fall of 2021, so this wasn’t my first foray back to in person conferences. I’ve attended large and small conferences...
Getting Started with Twitter Spaces Posted on September 12, 2022
I’m part of the Mission Matters author network and they’ve been hosting discussions about different business topics on Twitter Spaces. What is Twitter Spaces? Twitter Spaces are live, audio-only conversations that happen in Twitter. Twitter Spaces is a direct competitor to Clubhouse, which was the first tech firm to offer audio-only discussions back in April 2020. Here’s how it works: Any...
Budget for Communications and Marketing When Proposing New Initiatives Posted on August 14, 2022
Last week, I attended and spoke at the International Foundation’s Technology and Benefit Communications Conference, held in Boston, MA. I spoke on the topic of “Next-Generation Tools to Enhance Your Communications,” or next-gen tools to communicate benefits to employees. At the end of the conference, there was an Open Forum, during which select speakers took questions from the in person and...