Posted: April 19, 2018 in Blogs
With change comes an opportunity to think differently and try new, creative approaches to engagement. We're sharing four ways you can work with the new social media platform changes.
My name is Morgan, and I’m currently the Events Account Assistant (AA) at JT. As a graduate from the University of Michigan and a lifelong resident of the Ann Arbor area, my decision to accept this position and move to Chicago was one of nervous uncertainty and excited possibility. I had almost no events experience,…
JT is proud to partner with Knight Foundation in 2018 and 2019 to continue this important civic engagement initiative that empowers residents to work together to make their neighborhoods stronger, safer and more dynamic through conversation and collaboration.
Facebook recently announced a major change to its News Feed algorithm, which determines the content users will see as they scroll through their newsfeeds. The change will prioritize posts from users’ friends and family that inspire a two-way conversation over content from news outlets, companies and organizations. What does this mean for your organization?
JT worked closely with the City of Chicago and World Business Chicago to plan and implement the December 5, 2017 North American Climate Summit with mayors and senior leaders from Canada, Mexico, France and Africa.
JT was retained by Viscosity Oil Company in late July to provide a host of services in honor of its 125th anniversary year, which included: a completely revamped website, new logo, a company video, media relations and a celebratory event for customers, employees and global executive team.
Nearly 500 Chicago business, community and workforce development leaders joined honorary co-chairs Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Penny Pritzker at the Palmer House Hilton on October 6 to celebrate Skills for Chicagoland’s Future’s employer and community partners at its third annual Employment Champions Breakfast.