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"The Vandiver Group can bring a level of expertise to your company in a way that makes you feel very comfortable that they are engaged with you, and they want to see you succeed."

"What makes TVG special is their ability to create solutions for new and emerging problems, and your understanding that you are dealing with an organization that has over two decades of remarkable experience."

"I've heard many people comment that when they are working with The Vandiver Group, they feel like they are the only client they have."

"They have a set of tools, resources and processes that are useful from the smallest communication issues to the biggest you could think of."

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

"Vandiver Group doesn't have this 'one size fits all' model."

" My personal experience with The Vandiver Group has been exceptional. It started with the foundation of trusting each other."

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  • What Makes a Company Outstanding? In a Word – People.

    By Donna Vandiver, President & CEO Part of your experience working at a company is about the interactions you have with the other employees.  It doesn’t seem to matter if it’s a large global firm, or a small boutique. Your company culture and environment defines your brand. Your perception of how happy you are at   more…

  • The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

    By Donna Vandiver, President & CEO I was fortunate enough to spend a week in Vienna, Austria in November.  One of the things I always find most interesting is how things are different in other countries—and how they are the same.  Some things were different: Smoking is still widely prevalent in Austria.  We found only   more…

  • Thanksgiving: Time for Family and Friends

    By Andy Likes, Vice President Black Friday shopping lines used to start the Friday morning after Thanksgiving, and it was serious business. It was the day many retailers finally turned a profit for the year, which is how Black Friday got its name. Retailers finally moved from red ink to black ink in their financial books.   more…

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