Clients in the News

By Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson The world of work is an ever-changing environment. One of the changes sweeping nearly all workplaces and industries is the move toward virtual work. We might recall news headlines of the pioneers of the “remote work” movement who early on cleared their physical locations to give way for employees to work from anywhere… View Article
By Susan Brickell Many women have the mistaken idea that personal lubricant is for post-menopausal women who no longer produce their own natural lube due to low hormone levels. Or it’s for people who indulge in the kind of action that makes artificial motion lotion a necessity to prevent tearing, like anal sex. If you think this way,… View Article
By Michael Burke, Account Director In marketing, a media placement is considered “earned” when it results from a journalist including a company in an article, and stands in contrast to paid media, such as advertisements. Earned media provides more credibility than advertising and is more influential in purchasing decisions. However, determining its value can be… View Article
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today Brightday launches on crowd-funding site Kickstarter.  Starting from $49, Brightday hopes to reach hundreds of thousands of people suffering from back pain with the first computer software solution that uses AI and augmented reality to bring better posture to computer users everywhere. Brightday’s Kickstarter page can be found here Based on the research of Jean… View Article
By Brianne Hogan Whether you’re single or in a relationship, sex toys are a great way to shake things up in the bedroom and enjoy some self-love. Thankfully, sex toys have come a long way since the crazy-scary vibrator that was depicted in the movie Hysteria. And, more importantly, we now realize that feelin’ ourselves doesn’t mean we’re hysterical. From high-tech… View Article
By: Randah McKinnie  Since the start of the #MeToo movement, organizations have been taking a fresh look at their anti-sexual harassment policies and training in the workplace. For training in particular, the challenge is no less formidable today than it was in 2016 when the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released an extensive study on general harassment… View Article
By: Ryan Wilkinson, Account Coordinator From Silicon Valley on the West Coast to Wall Street in the East, 2018 was a year full of brands finding themselves in sticky situations, often of their own making, and trying to find a way to get back on the public’s good side. It seems like we see more… View Article
By: Eric Ng A company backed by Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing has reintroduced a missing beneficial gut bacteria to more than 10,000 American babies. Now it is eyeing China’s babies – and piglets. Evolve BioSystems, a California probiotics products developer, is in talks with Zhejiang University to conduct clinical trials on more than 4,000… View Article