Looking at the companies who have joined or renewed over the last few months, I’m reminded of how impressive our community truly is. Whether it’s a Fortune 500 company, a start-up, or one of the hundreds that fall between, companies within the MITX membership show the true power of the digital marketing and technology ecosystem of Massachusetts.
The third quarter may seem to be quiet for MITX, but there has been a lot of behind the scenes work and development of programs you may not be aware of.
If you follow MITX on Twitter, you may have noticed that many of our tweets are followed by a caret and initials. You might be curious about the people behind the initials, so I’m going to tell you a little bit about ^kj…
MITX was thrilled to be the catalyst and creator behind FutureM. Its success came from all of the event partners, sponsors, and participants who made it what it was. And some of the metrics speak for themselves:
Recently I got into a debate about the things people should and shouldn't do on company blogs. Some company blogs have multiple contributors from within the organization, while others have a dedicated blogger (or at least that's what they'd have you believe - ah, ghost writers).