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Blogs and Podcasts from March Communications
It's an old trope, but there's a reason why people say "a picture is worth a thousand words." Visual images tell a powerful story: human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text, and research shows images are much more persuasive than text alone. Shlomi...
March, alongside many other Boston PR agencies – and frankly, agencies around the country if not the world – has made the shift to companywide work from home in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Until now, WFH was mainly looked at as a cool perk for employees, an...
Although we sometimes feel like we’ve reached a complete and utter technology overload, we can’t underemphasize the many doors it’s opened for us as communicators. We can type out entire articles in no time, string together video clips with a few clicks, and connect...
Is all the tech and innovation in the health and wellness category making us healthier and our lives better? In short, are we well?
If wellness tech companies expect buyers to spend money on their new gadget, they’ll need to convince them that it’s practical for everyday life.
Climate change has been a major focus for the 2020 candidates. How do their proposed policies stack up — and specifically address climate tech?
AI, facial recognition and data privacy are some of the hottest of the hot-button tech issues, but haven’t taken equally high importance in the 2020 race.
Welcome to the Year of Smart Living. We wanted to know: Are technology and innovation making us healthier and our lives better? Let’s find out.
FitGenie founders Obi Anachebe and Keith Osayande discuss what’s important to consumers in the wellness tech space and how they apply user lessons toward building an app that makes a positive difference to buyers.
From data access to security threats to tech design, innovations in health and wellness AI are both inspirational and challenging. Here’s what’s next.
HIMSS20 is set to be a great way for healthcare technology innovators to “be the change” and collaborate to keep pushing forward.
On February 11th, Andrew Yang suspended his campaign for president after an eighth-place finish in New Hampshire’s Democratic primary. It was an anti-climactic end to an otherwise unique, if long-shot, bid for the White House. Yang had been the only major...
Health tech is getting bolder when it comes to disrupting the healthcare industry. Here are a few wellness innovators we’re excited to see evolve this year.
We might think a true travel escape means cutting ties with the modern world, but technology has ushered in an ease, efficiency and excitement around traveling.
With the new year now well underway, here are the two personal reminders we’re using to check in on our wellness resolutions and whole health progress.