Non-verbal communication helps to make good first imPRessions

By Jenny Chufar                                                                                                                                                                  Associate, ImPRessions Account There are many types of non-verbal communication that an individual should be attentive to during a professional presentation, interviewing for a job and giving a speech.  These communication types can be broken down into the categories of appearances, gestures and facial expressions. First, it is very important that a person pays attention to their appearance before engaging in a professional event.  How a person looks is just as important as what a person says.  For example, wearing professional attire conveys a message of professionalism and seriousness.  Every person should be sure to dress in … Continue reading Non-verbal communication helps to make good first imPRessions

Effective time management as a college student

By Carly Damman                                                                                                                                                                      Associate, ImPRessions Account If there was one thing every college student wanted more of, it would be time. Juggling school work, extracurricular activities, a social life and perhaps a job can be overwhelming and stressful. With the help of a little technique called time management every college student can rest peacefully at night. As a freshman wrapping up my first quarter of college, my time management skills helped me succeed. My first quarter as a Bobcat was stressful, exciting and rewarding. The time management skills I acquired in high school allowed for a smooth transition to college … Continue reading Effective time management as a college student

December associate of the month

By Becca Reif                                                                                                                                                                         Associate, ImPRessions Account Allison Jordan attributes much of her knowledge and passion for … Continue reading December associate of the month

Rebranding campaign asks students “What’s your Backdrop?”

By Hollie Amato                                                                                                                                                                         Account executive, Backdrop Magazine The seasons are changing, and so is Backdrop. Whether it’s because of the new school year, or the new freshmen voices working with the magazine, Backdrop has rebranded the company with hope of further recognition. The ladies of the Backdrop ImPRessions team recently sent out surveys to students of all ages throughout Ohio University’s campus. The survey asked basic questions: Have you heard of Backdrop Magazine? If yes, how have you heard of it? If no, what can we do to improve advertising? After collecting the information from 300 surveys, we found that … Continue reading Rebranding campaign asks students “What’s your Backdrop?”