Last year was a year of disruption, to say the least. It challenged us to think and work differently. Disruption often leads to more efficient and effective solutions, as is the case in how to approach market research in an ever-changing world.Read More
In March, Dennis Woerner, Director of Marketing with the Indianapolis Zoo and Joel Zawacki, Assistant General Manager with the Indianapolis Indians were ready for the spring season, fully prepared to welcome visitors and fans back with new and exciting experiences. But they soon realized they would have to shift gears dramatically and prepare for a different kind of season with the arrival of COVID-19.Read More
When I joined the Borshoff team last November, I didn’t initially realize this was my first time working for a women-owned business. Like many women, I’d become accustomed to the same type of male leadership we often see at the top of the corporate hierarchy. Once this realization — and the fact that Borshoff is a nationally-certified women-owned business — set in, my perspective shifted a bit. I began looking at my role through a new lens, one that empowered me to seek out projects I found personally meaningful and inspiring.Read More
Nearly 90 percent of all successful cyberattacks are caused by human error, yet most companies focus their attention on technology fixes instead of influencing employee behavior. That’s a mistake that’s costing companies time and money against the growing threats to information security, according to Sonja Popp-Stahly and Aaron Pritz.Read More
For over three decades, Borshoff has had the honor and pleasure to work with the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities (GCPD) to educate and initiate behavior change toward people with disabilities. When we first started working with the Council in 1987, we set out to create an enduring platform that would mobilize grassroots advocacy and create awareness for people with disabilities. Every year since then, Borshoff has partnered with the GCPD to create a campaign for Disability Awareness Month in March throughout Indiana. To illustrate our approach in action, we’re sharing this year’s work and some helpful resources.Read More
Every sports fan across the GLOBE watched in agony as leagues and events slowly, but surely, began pulling back. At first, the NHL decided to take a little break. March Madness still planned on having its shining moment. Plenty of time before The Masters opening tee. Baseball’s Opening Day was still on track.
Then one by one, they all vanished.Read More
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