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It Is What It Is

Worry and anxiety overtake so many of us daily. Many times, we worry about things that we have absolutely no control over. Though things...

Women in Business: Toneka Wright

Movies empower, educate, entertain, and inspire. Romance, comedy, drama, historical, it doesn’t matter which genre, good films make lasting lifetime impressions. Filmmaking is something...

Women in Business Wednesday: Kalyn Young

Handmade with LOVE in Washington, DC by DC native Kalyn Young, Naturally Phased LLC was born. Growing up with sensitive skin and being allergic to nickel and...

Social Media Tips from Top Influencers

So what’s the secret? 10K plus followers on Instagram, Facebook engagement, a strong brand identity – how do we get there and does it...

Traditional Media vs. Digital Media

Welcome to the new age, an age thrived in digital platforms. Recently, a friend of CLC’s interviewed our team for a college assignment and...

DO’s and DON’Ts of Personal Branding for Entrepreneurs

When it comes to branding yourself or your business, there are a few rules our PR professionals stick by. Working with entrepreneurs for nearly...
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