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By Michael Cornnell

About Michael

Michael Cornnell is Senior Editor for Promo Marketing Magazine.

Leaders Look Up

Ryan T. Sauers
Leaders Love Blank Paper
Feb 23, 2015

Character is not simply about getting better; it's about having the courage to take the first step. So, what does...

Lights, Camera, Promotion!

Brittany Hahn
Emerging Elite Under 40: How They Refresh for New Ideas
Feb 11, 2015

You're about to (virtually) meet 5 young print industry professionals, all under the age of 40, who are bringing new...

Editor's Notes

Nichole Stella
Keep It Simple
Jun 6, 2014

I was sitting in a meeting the other day. We were discussing a potential new launch, how we would bring...


Kyle Richardson
Looking Forward to 2014
Jan 2, 2014

The end of the year always brings exciting and important announcements, and that's no different for us at Print+Promo....

HR Gone Wild

Heather McCloskey
Did You Know that Joe Got a 5% Pay Increase—I Looked in His Employee File!
Aug 13, 2013

What if confidential information contained in an employee’s file is seen by someone who is not supposed to see it,...

A One-on-One with Top Distributor Boundless Network

Ranking #19 on Promo Marketing's Top 50 List, Black shares his thoughts on the future of the industry and what has made Boundless so successful.  Read More >>

Industry Centers:

In Tight Negotiations, Aim for Empathy—Not Agreement

Why understanding the opposing party's motivations is better than simply working toward a common ground.

Industry Centers:

How to Overcome Cultural Misconceptions Through Branding

From The Washington Post, a Sikh man writes about building cultural trust and understanding through branding.  Read More >>

Ads on NBA Jerseys: An Inevitability?

The NBA may be stating that they're no closer to on-uniform ads than they were in 2011, but that doesn't mean they won't show up eventually.  Read More >>

Industry Centers:

Tell Jokes to Get More Done

Want to get more done during the day? Try telling jokes.