Flair Colombia 2016 - A Strong Desire to Succeed
The former home of Pablo Escobar is now a theme park. This image is the best way to summarise the gap between the stereotypes and the reality. Of course, it is not a bed of roses, but with a good growth since ten years, a new positioning as membership of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, a new hope thanks to the peace with the guerrillas and a investments’ plan of 25 billion US Dollars, lot of things are moving.
Why Is It Such a Challenge to Treat PAH?
Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) is a life-threatening, degenerative disease that severely compromises the function of both the pulmonary (lung) and cardiovascular (heart) systems. Despite current treatment options in PAH offering improvements in symptom control and quality of life factors, there continue to be significant challenges that compromise the effective management of this progressive and debilitating condition.
The 5 Truths That Define Millennials
It seems hard to get away from the word ‘Millennial’ these days.
Everywhere you look there are new articles, studies, findings and revelations about how brands can better engage with and tap into this group of consumers. And why wouldn’t they want to? Millennials are on the cusp of having more spending power than any other generation in history: an estimated $200 billion annually by 2017. Understanding this group of consumers is critical for marketers — what motivates them, keeps them up at night, shapes their behavior and attitudes, and so on. To answer these questions, we have to know how to engage them in research.
Designing Authentic, Credible, and Effective Corporate Social Programs
Corporations have a great ability to ‘do good’ in the world – even more so than governments, given the wealth of resources and freedom to innovate outside of bureaucratic structures. Some would argue that beyond an ability to do good, corporations have a responsibility to do good.