Blogs, News & Other Stuff

Welcome to our mix of articles that we post on industry topics and issues that we’re passionate about. Every once in awhile, we also share news and updates on our agency, people and happenings. Take a look and let’s talk.

5 Signs Inbound Marketing Is Right for Your Business

By Natalie Cook | Jan 12, 2018

With high expectations and access to more information than ever, savvy consumers rely on a combination of information and perception of your business before making buying decisions. Competition among businesses is fierce and you can’t just rely...

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Aloha is good for business

By Alan Tang | Nov 21, 2017

For millions around the world, the Aloha Spirit conjures up images of surf, sand, tiki torches and friendly faces. But for the astute, it means much more. And it’s good for all businesses.

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When mixing cultures, go slow

By Alan Tang | Nov 21, 2017

Speed is relative – what may be slow to you may in fact be normal or fast to others. If you are excited or having fun, the time is probably blazing by. It slows to an unbearable crawl if you are anxious or bored. Ironically, the clock ticks at...

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A picture is worth a thousand data points

By Natalie Cook | Nov 21, 2017

Every business – regardless of size, mission or maturity – has a myriad of data points buried beneath the surface. Metrics range from financial performance of gross sales and profitability, to retention, marketing ROI and much more.

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The times they are a-changin’

By Alan Tang | Nov 21, 2017

You know the familiar story of the horse-drawn buggy company and the automobile manufacturer.

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Learning to learn

By Mika Keaulii | Nov 21, 2017

Olomana Loomis ISC promotes a culture of constant learning. In fact, in all of our recruitment efforts, we specifically ask for candidates who are “lifelong learners” or who have a “love of learning.” Why are we looking for people who are still...

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Onboarding: The quick start for success

By Alan Tang | Nov 03, 2017

Onboarding a new employee is not all that different from acculturating an international professional who is relocating to your country. The latter has a good understanding of how to survive and thrive in their country, but they don’t know yours....

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