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"TVG is not about copying what everyone else has done. What they do better than anyone else is create next practices."

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The Vandiver Group Blog

  • What We Learned From Our First Job Experiences

    The Vandiver Group is excited to welcome Jesse Selz, Graphic Designer, to the team. Jesse has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from Kansas City Art Institute. She will assist The Vandiver Group with launching a new website (stay tuned!) and updating our branded materials, as well as many creative client projects. Jesse is passionate   more…

  • 10 Mistakes to Avoid in Social Media Marketing

    By Michelle Thomas, Senior Account Executive In a world that is overloaded with product-driven campaigns, pushy sales tactics and even paid social media, how do you create a social media marketing campaign that not only highlights your business but engages your audience? According to the article “10 Mistakes to Avoid in Social Media Marketing,” Jason   more…

  • Your Office Space and MBTI

    By Patty Olsen Looking at a person’s desk/office space can give you immediate insights about their personality, what they like to do and how they organize their work life.  What are the first things you see when you look at your co-worker’s desk?  On my desk, you can immediately tell that I am a cat   more…

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