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Help for elders who want to live at home

front page, Mercy Hospital, Perry & Banks on August 8th, 2013 Comments Off on Help for elders who want to live at home

There’s nothing like creating a campaign for getting under the hood of an organization – and becoming a passionate advocate. So here’s a shout-out for Mercy’s VNA home health and their lifestages program. In-home care and companionship that I would want for my parents! www.vnalifestages.com

PB Announces New Director of Account Services and Public Relations

front page, Perry & Banks on November 15th, 2011 Comments Off on PB Announces New Director of Account Services and Public Relations

November 10, 2011 – Portland, Maine – Perry & Banks Integrated Sales and Marketing is pleased to announce Elaine Scott has joined the company as Director of Account Services and Public Relations. Scott will help foster future prospects, manage existing clients and play a key role in branding and public relations endeavors.

iSad (a headline seen on Facebook)

front page, Perry & Banks on October 6th, 2011 Comments Off on iSad (a headline seen on Facebook)

We should all take inspiration from Steve Jobs’ “insanely great” entrepreneurship, innovation and lasting contribution to our lives. I’ll forever associate his spirit with this commercial:

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Consumer 2.0 – It’s all about the customer experience.

Consumer 2.0, front page, Perry & Banks on June 9th, 2011 Comments Off on Consumer 2.0 – It’s all about the customer experience.

Consumers today are a pretty sophisticated bunch. We’ve all learned to dodge the hard sell, weave through vague claims and parry “Trust Me” attempts. But there is one thing we all still crave – a good customer experience.

Where is the Social Media “beef”???

front page, Perry & Banks on March 17th, 2011 Comments Off on Where is the Social Media “beef”???

Yes we know all the social media statistics. They include millions of users or members, massive growth and new outlets springing up on an almost daily basis. But as a CXO I would want to know a lot more before I committed company resources to a social media strategy.

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Michael Townsend, VP Creative Services

The Way Life Should Be, Part One: The Origin

front page, Maine, Perry & Banks on March 23rd, 2010 Comments Off on The Way Life Should Be, Part One: The Origin

In the April 2010 issue of Maine magazine, the “Workspace” feature on the back page shows the office of the guy who coined the slogan “Maine. The Way Life Should Be.” My office.

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Laurie Banks, President

5 Secrets to Reaching ‘Prime Time Women’

front page, marketing to women, Perry & Banks on March 22nd, 2010 Comments Off on 5 Secrets to Reaching ‘Prime Time Women’

Now here’s a trend I really love: when you look beyond the hard-to-reach 18- to 34-year-old demographic, you’ll find a surprising customer segment that is proving to be even more lucrative — and will continue to grow even more powerful over the next 20 years.

Kevin Reader, Senior Vice President

50% – 60% of Sales People Don’t Listen?

front page, Perry & Banks, Sales on March 21st, 2010 Comments Off on 50% – 60% of Sales People Don’t Listen?

That’s right; 50% -60% of material handling industry salespeople aren’t listening to their customers! And if you aren’t listening to your customers . . .

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dedicated to building your success

Home Images on January 13th, 2010 Comments Off on dedicated to building your success

The people of Perry & Banks have been business owners, publishers, executives, artists, writers, managers and more. And we love to share all that expertise with our clients. Read more in we the people

a custom mix of technology-driven inbound and outbound marketing

custom mix of technology-driven inbound & outbound

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Focused on measurable, actionable results, PB’s customer-centric process listens to your needs and goals, then crafts strategic and tactical programs to help you achieve them. Read more in to the core