Jackson County Tourist Development Council hires brand developer | Local

Bass continues to shadow leaders in the community, learning as he goes about TDC’s long-term plans for promoting the county going forward, and getting grounded in understanding how he might best help that process along.

“I’m meeting new people and learning how things work with county relationships, and daily operations here, so it’s pretty early in the process for me,” he said, noting that he doesn’t have any specific plans of action worked out just now.

His wide range of personal interests may make him suited to the task of casting a wide net to catch tourists of every type: In his resume, he listed the following as favorites: Bicycle riding, music, travel, art, sports, comedy, fashion, artifact hunting, cooking (often with cast iron), fishing, hunting, and social hosting. He said communicating with others in many different ways and means is another favorite pastime. He lists as his strengths the

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Prestige Patron Helps the Brand Gain Popularity with Superb Audio-Visual Editing Skills


These 3 “Strong Buy” Retail Stocks Look Compelling, Say Analysts

One thing is for sure, 2020 threw the world into a tailspin. The spread of COVID-19 devastated the economy, and took investors on a rollercoaster ride that featured massive amounts of volatility packed into a span of only a few months. Investors saw stocks take a fast and frightening nose dive, only to be followed up by a fierce V-shaped rebound. Against this backdrop, U.S. 10-year and 30-year bond yields plummeted to all-time lows and unemployment levels clocked in at alarming highs. Still, despite all of the chaos, a select few retail names have stolen the show, delivering applause-worthy performances. With this in mind, we used TipRanks’ database to identify three retail stocks that have earned a “Strong Buy” consensus rating from the analyst community. Let’s take a look. Carter’s (CRI) First in line is Carter’s, a company whose

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How a former consultant started a size inclusive fashion brand

  • Carly Bigi is a former senior consultant at Deloitte Human Capital.
  • In 2017, she founded Laws of Motion, an e-commerce fashion startup that offers 99 sizes of professional clothing for women.
  • In an interview with Business Insider, Bigi shared that business school and interning at an e-commerce startup helped encourage her to leave consulting to start her own business. 
  • A consulting background helped Bigi develop skills that translated well in entrepreneurship, including the ability to make data-driven decisions.
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For some, management consulting is a stepping stone toward entrepreneurship.

That was the case for Carly Bigi, who started her career at Deloitte, a professional services firm with more than 106,000 employees worldwide.

Originally from Houston, Texas, Bigi always had an inkling that she’d build a business some day. After graduating from Vanderbilt University in 2012, she rose through the ranks at Deloitte —

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