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Facebook Continues It’s Healthcare Initiative With Donation Button To Fight Ebola

Posted by Nicole Scalise on November 18, 2014 in Health | No Comments
Facebook takes on healthcare with the launch of one of the company’s first initiatives to help manage the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Starting today, users can find a donate button at the top of their newsfeed. Users are then prompted to choose from three charities to donate funds to; International Medical Corps, the International [...]

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Google Tests ‘Talk with a Doctor Now’

Posted by Candace Stine on November 14, 2014 in Health | No Comments
Everyday people across the country Google their symptoms in an effort to self-diagnose; in 2012, over one third of Americans went online to diagnose themselves*. It’s a quick and easy way to determine your ailment, but it’s well known that it may not be completely accurate. Google wants to change that with a new program [...]

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Is The Grid The Next Evolution Of Website Design?

Posted by Sylvie Burstein on November 12, 2014 in Brand, Design | No Comments
Just in the last 5 years, the world of web has shifted from basic, static html pages, built custom for each site and each page, to robust content management system (CMS) software, created to help organizations manage content in the most efficient manner. A great CMS, such as WordPress, Joomla!, or Drupal – just to [...]

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Social Media’s Impact On Branding

Posted by Nicole Scalise on November 10, 2014 in Brand | No Comments
The power and impact of social media is stronger than ever before. With more than half of the world’s population utilizing some platform of social media, there is no denying the influence it has on how we think, interact and present ourselves. But the purpose of social media isn’t just to share photos of your [...]

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The 17-Day Path To Healthy Weight Loss

Posted by Sylvie Burstein on November 6, 2014 in Health | No Comments
Back in September, after proofing the blog post from my co-worker Chris Underdown about clean eating, I decided to take a peek at the various ways in which I could change the things I was putting into my body. In preparation for my wedding in the middle of November, I had planned to lose about [...]

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Orange Is The New…Brand

Posted by Candace Stine on October 29, 2014 in Brand | No Comments
The “holiday” of kids running door-to-door in handmade costumes with pillowcases as their trick-or-treat with bags in hand has turned into a billion-dollar industry, $7.4 billion(1) to be exact. Consumers are willing and eager to spend on items like home décor, costumes, food and candy to celebrate and get in the Halloween spirit. It’s become [...]

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Step Into Fall: HBG Embraces the chill with our 2014 Chili Cook-off

Posted by Sylvie Burstein on October 27, 2014 in Group | No Comments
Here at HBG, we’re constantly trying to improve upon our employee culture initiatives and engage in fun activities both at work and outside of work. We try to have one monthly get together outside of work, be it happy hour or colors and bottles. And over the past year, we have found that in order to [...]

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Fed Up… Sort of

Posted by Chris Underdown on October 23, 2014 in Group | No Comments
I recently sat down with my wife on a Saturday night to watch a movie called Fed Up and it’s truly changed the way I will look at food forever. First Things First I need to tell you a little bit about my eating habits up until the night I watched Fed Up so you [...]

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Why Do Healthcare Companies Care About UBER?

Posted by Jeffrey Nemetz on October 21, 2014 in Brand, Health | No Comments
UBER, the ubiquitous driving service has emerged as one of the fastest growing ride services in the country. With a market cap of $18 billion dollars, UBER has emerged as a transportation model that we can’t live without and they are growing in leaps and bounds. Yes, UBER has recently been criticized for its business practices, [...]

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