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Growing Up: Inc Magazine names BRINK one of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

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BRINK Ranks No. 3121 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 127% Percent   Oh, how we’ve grown! We knew we’ve been doing some interesting things at BRINK but were pleasantly surprised to find we made it to number 3121 on Inc. Magazine’s 37th annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking […]

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A “New Train of Thought” for BRINK

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As leading consultancies like Deloitte and Accenture continue to acquire agencies and reshape the brand and digital marketing landscape, a scrappy, independent agency is competing by bringing “a new train of thought” to the antiquated, siloed and expensive approach that management consultancies are built on. Danny Vinik and Josh Belhumeur, partners at BRINK — a […]

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Good Content is Creative Content

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By Seanloui Dumas and Tia Lewis Everything has been done before. Nothing is original anymore. Or so people say. Could it be that the reason has less to do with what we are capable of, and more to do with the fact that conforming to what is familiar is just an easier way out? Take […]

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We Are Updating Our Privacy Policy, and You Should, Too

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  • By Zeina Peterson

Europe did not come to play, y’all. As all of you marketing fanatics should know, the Europeans’ worry over privacy gave rise to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) policy. This privacy regulation policy was enforced with the goal of harmonizing data laws across Europe and ensuring greater control over personal information and data—a win […]

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Tucson’s Marketing Scene: A War of Generations

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  • By Seanloui Dumas

No one wants to become irrelevant. But change is always on its way, and those who don’t adapt don’t survive. This challenge of bringing together the older generation and its younger counterpart has spawned many ideas on how to update business practices to appeal to both sides—but due to butting heads and competing ways of […]

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Farewell to U Street

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  • By Lizzi Pittman

BRINK is on the move! After more than six magical years nestled on a bustling block of U Street’s most creative corridor, we here at BRINK’s DC office are spreading our wings and taking off for new digs downtown. We have been steadily investing both time and money into building out our video production arm, […]

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News is Old

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  • By Juwan Chase

Please enjoy this guest editorial from our resident intern and future world-beater Juwan.    The news isn’t important. Well, not in the traditional sense anyway. People don’t stay up to watch the 10 o’clock news anymore—or any news for that matter. And it’s all because we have this amazing invention called “the internet.” (Maybe you’ve […]

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5 Remarkable Women to Watch in 2018

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  • By Tia Lewis

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a holiday dedicated to the celebration of the achievements of women around the world. And boy, oh boy, are there a lot of women worth celebrating right now. From those taking political stands in a tumultuous time, to those pushing social change with their commitment to, well, being themselves, […]

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The Rise of the Evangelical Nationalist

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  • By Blake Crawford

“In America, we worship God, not government.” President Donald J. Trump declared these words in front of a raucous crowd at the “Celebrate Freedom” conference held in Washington, D.C., during last year’s independence weekend. This was not a simple invocation of God, as is so common in American politics, but rather a call to arms […]

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5 Experiential Art Exhibits to Ignite Your Imagination

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  • By Tia Lewis

When we think “art museum,” we often imagine silent paintings from long-gone eras, and smooth white sculptures of curly-haired Greeks, bestowed with the names of ancient gods that no one worships anymore. But in the age of experiential modern art, when the sudden spring of technology has allowed for the concept of “art” to expand […]

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