Category: Culture

Why You Should Maintain a Startup Mentality

Motivated, excited and purpose-driven – those are the characteristics of a startup company. Now, look at your own office. If you’ve been around for a while, chances are the work environment doesn’t resemble a startup anymore. It may have become

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How to Make Your Brand More Instant

On-demand video rentals. Instantly buffered YouTube videos. Free two-day shipping. Grocery delivery in two hours or less. These are the expectations consumers have today. Smartphones with a continuous Internet connection fuels a growing craving, not only for access to instant

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Weekly Roundup June 28

Want to see what is happening this week in the news? We rounded up a few of the most relevant articles of the week so you don’t have to. MOBILE TRANSACTIONS ARE TAKING OVER (June 26, 2018). Consumers are using smartphones more

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Weekly Roundup April 19

Want to see what is happening this week in the news? We rounded up a few of the most relevant articles of the week so you don’t have to. AMAZON INTRODUCED ALEXA BLUEPRINT (April 19, 2018 ). The service allows Alexa

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MLB Player Pitches Ideas

An idea takes flight in the John Manlove Marketing & Communications(JMMC) conference room. John Manlove, CEO JMMC; Leah Manlove Howard, VP JMMC; Johnny Smecca, Galveston Restaurant Group; Jeff Sjostrom, Executive Director Galveston Economic Development Partnership; Gina Manlove, President JMMC; Dr.

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Top Down Inside Out Branding

5-3-17 Most businesses start out with a unique idea, a spark of creativity and then ultimately end up a copy of some other company they encountered along the way.  This evolution ultimately ends up in the sad cycle of “me

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Restoring a Piece of History

Houston Couple Find Their Perfect Haven in an Old House By Barbara Canetti • Photography by Anthony Rathbun The renovation and restoration of the corner house in the Lost Bayou historic neighborhood in Galveston was more than a leap of

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Surfs Up!

Texas surfing and Texas surfboards have a uniqueness of their own. Surfing became popular in Galveston in the 60’s and the most popular style boards were the “long boards” boards that were 9 foot and longer. As styles changed boards

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Manlove Angels

The angelic crew at Manlove joined Be an Angel at Target in Pasadena on November 18 to shop for holiday gifts for disabled children. The program gives gifts to nearly 4,600 Houston Area children with multiple disabilities or profound deafness

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Carriage House Open for Business

Everyone at Manlove knows of John and Gina’s passion for Galveston and the restoration of historic homes, but did you know they have completely remodeled the carriage house that is on the grounds of their Galveston home, and it is

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