• 29th Feb 2012 | Posted by Eco Wolfe
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    Eco-Wolfe is Cohn & Wolfe’s window into the world of sustainability, providing breaking eco-news stories, showcasing green brand initiatives and sharing tips for how we can all lead a more eco-friendly life. At Cohn & Wolfe, sustainability communications is not only an area of expertise, it is our passion. Eco-Wolfe aims to bring light to sustainability issues, recognize the companies and media that help drive sustainability and make our world, and yours, a little “greener” in the process.

  • 28th Feb 2012 | Posted by Jeremy Baka
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    According to a UK-based survey by sales company, Maritz, when asked whether bosses were better or worse at saying "thank you" than they were 10 years ago, 37% of employees said bosses actually say it less frequently.  In fact, 44% admitted to getting a "thank you" just once every few months.

  • 27th Feb 2012 | Posted by Grace Flanders
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    While luxury retailers are beginning to venture beyond traditional e-commerce capabilities to explore digital retail outlets such as F-commerce, they remain hesitant when it comes to adopting mobile commerce, or m-commerce, applications. In fact, only two-thirds of prestige brands have mobile-optimized sites, and one-third of these sites don’t support commerce. Fashion icons such as Hermès, Bottega Veneta, and Marc Jacobs rely solely on their websites, which are often inaccessible on mobile devices. Missing out on m-commerce translates to missing out of potential sales with an ever increasing mobile luxury consumer demographic.

  • 7th Feb 2012 | Posted by Eco Wolfe
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    Eco-Wolfe is Cohn & Wolfe’s window into the world of sustainability, providing breaking eco-news stories, showcasing green brand initiatives and sharing tips for how we can all lead a more eco-friendly life. At Cohn & Wolfe, sustainability communications is not only an area of expertise, it is our passion. Eco-Wolfe aims to bring light to sustainability issues, recognize the companies and media that help drive sustainability and make our world, and yours, a little “greener” in the process.

  • 1st Feb 2012 | Posted by Christianna Giordano
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    Google has changed the world again, or at least expects to, with the release of Search Your World.  What exactly IS Search Your World? Google describes the new feature as improved search results that include photos, posts and more from you and your friends. What does this mean for digital tactics?