Houston, TX- We are already over half-way through the first quarter of 2015 and the year seems to be moving at lightning speed.
As our executive team planned for the coming year, we determined that our business must become even more nimble and adapt to the changing economic climate, quickly. In fact, I believe that the only consistency in our economy today, is change.
Texas has a new governor for the first time in 14 years, and the price of oil is dropping at accelerated rates. Houston led the country with 125,300 new jobs created in December, while the Federal Reserve announced in January that the state will lose approximately 125,000 jobs due to lower oil prices by mid-2015.
As the economy is ever changing, we see that our client’s needs are consistently changing too. As a result, our service offerings and skill sets are evolving to ensure we continue to serve our customers well.
Last year we expanded deeper into social media marketing, websites, wide format printing, and created several marketing strategies for a wide variety of companies.
Our primary focus for this year is to continue to develop new ways to help our clients market smarter. We’ll execute with greater agility and speed, and keep you informed of the latest industry happenings.
And so, in this edition of The Bureau, we review details of the recent USPS postal increase request, offer information on upcoming Marketing for Small Business classes, and share results of some of our marketing campaigns from 2014.
As always, we sincerely thank you for your business and partnership and look forward to serving your needs in the coming year.