What has the world of brainstorming great ideas in corporate America come to? Have executives become so concerned about appearances that they have forgotten to spontaneously get excited—really excited—when a great idea comes to the table?
Yes, the Fourth of July has long past and the joy of a brilliant firework show is a distant memory. Yet for me, this past July 4th celebration will always hold an extra special place in my head and my heart.
DDCC’s creative team has the pleasure of meeting with potential new clients each week. They hear about us from other clients who have been pleased with our work before; or sometimes they are coming back to us after we helped them in another firm in another company life. Some represent large companies ready to take their branding and communications to the next level; others see us about their smaller firms that need to professionalize how they look and feel.
There’s a quote by the great American writer John Steinbeck that always makes me smile: “Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.” And if you know the DDCC team, you know why.