Posts About Building Good

Building Good for our Clients and our Community

by Emily Russell

Advertising is all about teamwork. And here at Stone Ward, we take pride in our ability to work as a team, whether we are delivering outstanding business results for our clients or engaging in community service. We believe in building good, both for our clients and for our community.

Virtual Reality: Changing Real Lives

by Lindsey Ingram

Call me a late adopter. A skeptic. Practical. Actually, don’t call me practical…long story. But, I am someone who appreciates the testing and proving of anything. So for me, the craze around virtual reality sets off every trigger in the “why is this important?” compartment of my brain.

Until now.

Millie Ward Named Business & Professional Leader of the Year by Rotary Club of Little Rock

by Liz Hamilton

Our very own Millie Ward was honored by the Rotary Club of Little Rock with its Business & 

Professional Leader of the Year Award. She also received a Sidney M. Brooks Fellow medal 

and certificate, the highest honor bestowed by the civic organization.

Sport Clips Haircuts founder and executives join others to “Shave the Day” in support of St. Baldrick’s Foundation

by Dana Berry

Razors buzzed to life at the Sport Clips Haircuts National Huddle as more than 130 “Shave the Day” volunteers went bald and raised more than $110,000 in support of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s work in fighting childhood cancer. Sport Clips is St. Baldrick’s first national sponsor, and the franchise kicked off the partnership with an attempt to raise $50,000 and best a St.

The Value of Shared Values

by Lindsey Ingram

Did you know that the now 20-34-year old population, also known as Millennials, has become the largest share of the U.S. labor market? Surprisingly, it’s true. So as the Baby Boomer generation retires and Millennials become increasingly important in our companies, what does this mean for employers?

Happy Valentine's Day! [Download Free E-Cards]

by Lindsey Ingram

At Stone Ward, we think Valentine’s Day shouldn’t exclude the people you spend 40 hours a week with…but flowers and chocolates could get weird. So, we’re sharing the love with some free e-cards to send to your work bestie. Because nothing says “I enjoy sitting next you 9 to 5” like another email. Browse & download free e-cards.

XOXO, Stone Ward

What If You Discovered By Accident You Could Change The World?

by Tom Lillig

Ebeling

This is the question that Mick Ebeling posed at the No Barriers Summit earlier this month and asks in his book, Not Impossible.

Collaborate

by Kristie Flynn

At Stone Ward, we’re an office full of unique, creative people, which is why we love to collaborate to get the best idea possible. This Stone Ward principal is quite possibly one of my favorites. I’m a huge fan of teamwork makes the dream work, two heads are better than one, [insert any cheesy phrase here] – guilty – I’ve said it.

Relationship Building 101

by Heide Harrell

Over the past few months, several clients have asked (in jest for the most part), “Do you bill me for the times we spend chitchatting or talking about things non-work related?” Personally, as a Brand Manager, I feel that’s a valid question, particularly since I spend a great deal of my time with the clients and getting to know them.

SXSW 2015: Innovation Propaganda

by Kyle Floyd

It’s been an amazing week here at SXSW, inspiration on every corner. I’ll leave you with some fun visuals from the presenter of one of my last sessions, Hugh McLeod, Creative Director of GapingVoid. One of Hugh’s talents is brining the entrepreneurial experience to life through art.

A Good Idea Doesn't Care Who Had It

by Katherine Beherec

Good ideas are the unicorns of advertising. There’s no science to the best idea. They’re usually a mix of creativity (duh), an understanding of the brand, fertile ground for brainstorming and sheer luck.

Walgreen's Employees Talk the Talk, But Is It Genuine?

by Kyle Floyd

This Christmas season, I had the pleasure of spending time with my family for several days. It was cold outside, warm inside, everything you want Christmas to be, except for one wrinkle: the flu (which each of us had to some degree). So Christmas was spent alternately burning up and shivering and lying prone for hours on end.

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