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TribalVision Participates in Social Media Panel at Bryant University

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PROVIDENCE, RI – October 12, 2012
TribalVision Participates in Bryant University’s First Social Media Panel.

Anna Barcelos, Account Manager at TribalVision, a marketing consulting firm that helps organizations market smarter, will be representing the company on a social media panel with marketing representatives from Blue Cross Blue Shield, Berry Insurance Agency, Inc., and Fleishmann Hillard.

“I’m excited to represent TribalVision at this event and am looking forward to sharing stories about how social media is helping our clients increase brand awareness, engage with their customers and generate new business.” said Anna Barcelos.

“Careers in…Social Media” is a brand new topic that Bryant University is launching, and it’s already creating a lot of student buzz on campus. It will be held in the Bryant Center Room 2A/B on Wednesday, October 17th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM. The presentation will be co-sponsored by The Amica Center for Career Education (Bryant’s Career Center) with the student-run Communication Society.

Amy Weinstein, Assistant Director at the Amica Center for Career Education, will be moderating the event with several prepared questions for the panelists including how they got started in the field, the essential skills needed for social media careers, and how they see the field changing over the next five years.

About TribalVision
TribalVision is marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective, and practical alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact alatosek@tribalvision.com or call 401-272-1300.

 

TribalVision Hosts LinkedIn CEO Workshop

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PROVIDENCE, RI – SEPTEMBER 17, 2012
TribalVision is excited to host a Workshop on LinkedIn for CEOs in the Providence area on October 12th.

A marketing consulting firm, TribalVision is passionate about making its clients’ marketing dollars work harder and go farther. As more and more companies use social media to grow their businesses and nurture customers relationships, TribalVision wants to help these businesses leverage the full power of LinkedIn for recruiting, lead generation and thought leadership.

The workshop will focus on how CEOs of small to midsized organizations can use LinkedIn for their specific businesses. TribalVision will provide business owners with simple, actionable ideas to optimize their company profiles on LinkedIn and establish actionable goals for their business using the LinkedIn platform. The workshop will also detail how business owners can use LinkedIn premium accounts to contact prospects and monitor competitors, as well as leverage LinkedIn analytics to track and measure their recruiting and lead generation efforts.

“We want to provide business owners with the practical knowledge and actionable steps they need to succeed in today’s business environment,” said Chris Ciunci, Founder & CEO of TribalVision and leader of the firm’s Market Smarter Workshop Series. “Many business owners still don’t understand exactly how to use social media and technology to impact their bottom line. Yet these platforms can be crucial to differentiate and grow your business. LinkedIn in particular can be an essential tool to build your online brand, strengthen customer trust, boost company credibility and even generate sales conversions.”

The LinkedIn CEO Workshop, Part 1 of TribalVision’s Market Smarter Workshop Series, will be held on Friday, October 12th from 8:30-10:30am. The workshop will take place at TribalVision’s office located in the historic Union Trust Building at 170 Westminster Street in downtown Providence. For more information or to register for the workshop, visit www.tribalvision.com/workshop.

About TribalVision
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective, and practical alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact alatosek@tribalvision.com or call 401-272-1300.

TribalVision Hires Account Manager with Integrated Marketing Communications Expertise

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PROVIDENCE, RI – SEPTEMBER 4, 2012
TribalVision, a marketing consulting firm that helps organizations market smarter, is pleased to welcome new Account Manager Anna Barcelos to its growing team of professionals.

Anna joins the firm with 18 years of integrated marketing communications experience that spans traditional and online marketing in both the business-to-business and business-to-consumer markets.  Prior to TribalVision, Anna was the Director of Client Solutions for ten24 Web Solutions, a web development company that services clients such as Bard/Davol and Nike. At ten24, Anna worked closely with clients to develop online marketing strategies and managed ten24’s corporate marketing and business development initiatives. Previously, Anna worked as the Director of Marketing Strategy and Analytics for Mercury (now TwoBolt), developing data-driven marketing acquisition and retention strategies for companies including Cox Communications and AAA of Southern New England. She has also held various marketing positions for both start-ups and Fortune 500 companies in the technology, pharmaceutical, business services, and manufacturing industries.

Anna also brings to TribalVision her experience in the world of SEO. For the past five years, she has helped her clients harness the power of social media platforms to strengthen customer relationships and generate business. In addition to maintaining a personal marketing blog, Anna has contributed to industry blogs including Spin Sucks and Search Engine Watch.

“I am looking forward to utilizing my diverse marketing experience to help TribalVision’s clients get the best results from their marketing efforts,” said Anna. “I really believe in the company’s mission of helping clients market smarter through engaging, cost-effective marketing strategies and tactics, and I believe my expertise and passion for client success fit perfectly with TribalVision’s culture.”

About TribalVision
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective, and practical alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact alatosek@tribalvision.com or call 401-272-1300.

TribalVision Founder and CEO Chris Ciunci wins 40 Under Forty award from Providence Business News

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PROVIDENCE, RI – JUNE 22, 2012
Providence Business News announced today that Chris Ciunci, Founder and CEO of TribalVision, has won the publication’s 40 under Forty award for 2012.

Chosen from over 100 applicants, Chris was honored for his career success and commitment to making a difference in the Rhode Island community. A graduate of Swarthmore College, Chris began his entrepreneurial career right out of college as the co-founder of Keyline International Hong Kong, Ltd., an international trading company. After earning his MBA with distinction at the Yale School of Management, Chris served as the Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President for Home Loan Investment Bank, where he quadrupled revenue for the Bank’s commercial lending division and transformed the company into the 5th largest USDA lender and 26th largest SBA 7(a) lender in the country.

As the CEO of TribalVision, Chris is now dedicated to transforming the realm of marketing, and helping organizations market smarter. With a client list ranging from billion dollar publicly traded companies to family-run small businesses, TribalVision combines intelligent strategy with tactical execution to deliver bottom line results for all its clients in innovative and cost-effective ways.

“I am honored to have been chosen as one of PBN’s 40 under Forty,” Chris said. “I’m so grateful to our team at TribalVision for all their hard work and dedication to building something special, and without them this award would be meaningless and hollow. I’d also like to dedicate this special honor to my father, who taught me to dream big, put my head down, realize my potential and never shy away from taking calculated risks in my life.”

All 40 under Forty recipients will be celebrated for their accomplishments on Thursday, July 26 from 5:30 to 8pm at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI. For more information, please visit Providence Business News’ Events Page.

About TribalVision
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective, and practical alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact alatosek@tribalvision.com or call 401-272-1300.

TribalVision Hires Three New Marketing Analysts to Support its Growing Client Base

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PROVIDENCE, RI – JUNE 1, 2012
TribalVision is pleased to welcome Morgan Morris, Manos Fountoulakis and Amanda Wyatt to the company’s growing team of marketing professionals.

A recent cum laude graduate of Harvard College, Amanda is joining TribalVision after a 6-month internship with the firm. Before her employment at TribalVision, Amanda interned with CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Marketing Department, where she participated in a wide range of projects from rebranding the company’s communications to updating the online sales system and improving “print-on-demand” functionality for client personalization. She has also contributed to research laboratories at the Harvard Business School and at Judge Baker’s Center in Boston. “I’m thrilled to be joining TribalVision as a full-time analyst,” said Amanda. “In my time here, I’ve been able to appreciate the meaningful and unique impact that TribalVision can have for its clients, and I’m eager to continue assisting in that process.”

After recently graduating from Bryant University, Morgan Morris joined the TribalVision team on June 1st. While earning a Bachelor of Science degree in the School of Business Administration with concentrations in marketing and entrepreneurship, Morgan explored her own entrepreneurial endeavor and founded a green promotional company called Inspire Green Inc. In 2009, her company won the Ideas into Action Business Plan Competition at Babson College, earning over $20,000 in start-up capital. Morgan was also a finalist in the Rhode Island Business Plan Competition, and her entrepreneurial spirit coupled with her passion for marketing makes her a valuable addition to TribalVision. “I am very fortunate to have found a company like TribalVision,” said Morgan. “Joining a fast rising company that delivers quantifiable change to a diverse portfolio of clients has provided me with an unparalleled opportunity.”

Manos Fountoulakis is a recent graduate of Bennington College with a degree in Liberal Arts, where his academic areas of focus were media studies and design. Before joining TribalVision, Manos held marketing and public relations internships at Matador Records, Chamberlain Healthcare Public Relations, The Steal Yard, and Bay Computer Associates. During his internships, Manos was involved in a variety of marketing related projects that included a proposed website redesign for Chamberlain Healthcare PR, and a significant contribution to award winning presentations. “This is an opportunity for me to develop my skills in an intimate environment,“ said Manos,  “I believe that working at TribalVision will allow me to make a significant impact while learning from experienced professionals.”

TribalVision Presents at Constant Contact Seminar for National Small Business Week

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PROVIDENCE, RI – MAY 24, 2012
To celebrate National Small Business Week, TribalVision Founder and CEO Chris Ciunci participated in a seminar hosted by Constant Contact entitled “Helping You Reach Your Next Great Customer: Getting Down to Business 2012.”

Presented at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Providence and moderated by Corissa St. Laurent, a Regional Development Director for Constant Contact, the panel included Amy Ells, Vice President of Business Development at Netense, John Theriault, Principal of Truventis, Morra Aarons-Mele, Founder of WomenOnline, and Chris Ciunci of TribalVision.

As the CEO of TribalVision, an outsourced marketing firm located in the U.S. and Belgium, Chris shared his marketing expertise with business owners looking for innovative ways to market smarter and engage their customers. He focused particularly on digital tactics including; digital advertising, search engine optimization, social media and mobile platforms, which are transforming the marketing landscape for businesses today.

“As part of TribalVision’s mission, we want to help our clients navigate e-marketing strategies and trends as they continue to develop. Digital media and technology are crucial to distinguish your company, but these mediums can be difficult to leverage to improve day-to-day business unless one is fully immersed in the latest marketing conversations. The reality is that most business owners are already wearing so many hats that to truly stay on the cutting edge of marketing is a daunting task. That’s why at TribalVision, we are committed to giving business owners the knowledge and means necessary for success in increasingly competitive marketing environments.”

About TribalVision 
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective, and practical alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact mmorris@tribalvision.com or call 401-272-1300.

TribalVision Presenting at the International Business Marketing Workshop Series Hosted by RIEDC, RISBDC and the Chafee Center

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PROVIDENCE, RI – APRIL 2, 2012
On May 31st, the Rhode Island Small Business Development Center (RISBDC), the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (RIEDC), and the John H. Chafee Center will host a workshop series concerning “Marketing for International Business.” TribalVision, an outsourced marketing firm based in Rhode Island, will present the workshop on “Social Media Marketing for International Trade” for business owners looking to capture new business on a global stage.

“Social media is becoming increasingly critical in today’s business environment,” said Sixcia Devine, Regional Director at RISBDC. “Through this workshop, we want to provide useful resources to Rhode Island’s business community so that business owners can best leverage social media marketing when addressing international markets.”

Chris Ciunci, founder and CEO of TribalVision, will present the “Social Media Marketing for International Trade” workshop. He will focus on concrete social media strategies, LinkedIn in particular, for Rhode Island based companies involved in selling their goods and services to a global audience.

“We want to give business owners the practical tools necessary to plan and successfully implement their global operations,” explains Ciunci. “Whether global expansion is already a reality or simply a consideration, LinkedIn is an essential tool that can aid business owners and employees in building a professional, personal online brand that can strengthen trust, credibility and – ultimately – sales conversions.”

About “Social Media Marketing for International Trade”
The marketing workshop is one in a series of international business classes offered by the RISBDC, RIEDC and Chafee Center. The presentation will be held on Thursday, May 31st from 8:30am to 12pm at the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation. To learn more and to register visit www.risbdc.org and click on “Training & Workshops,” or contact Sixcia Devine at sixcia.devine@jwu.edu.

TribalVision Presenting at the PBN e-Marketing Summit

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PROVIDENCE, RI – FEBRUARY 28, 2012
TribalVision, a marketing consulting firm located in the U.S. and Belgium, is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Providence Business News as a presenter and sponsor of the e-Marketing and Technology Summit being held on Tuesday, February 28th at the Providence Marriott in Providence, Rhode Island.

With Providence Business News editor Mark Murphy monitoring the sessions, panelists include; Corissa St. Laurent, Regional Development Director for Constant Contact, Brian Lamoureux, a partner with Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West, and Chris Ciunci, founder and CEO of TribalVision.

The Summit will feature two panels, “Customer Focused e-Communications” followed by “Online Marketing Strategies.” The panels will focus on a number of digital marketing strategies and solutions including; the details of effective website and e-newsletter design, digital advertising, search engine optimization, the use of mobile technology and social media, and ways to quantify marketing.

As part of the firm’s mission, TribalVision helps it’s clients navigate the continually evolving application of e-marketing, a topic that Chris Ciunci will explore in more depth during the Summit.

TribalVision’s founder and CEO Chris Ciunci states, “I’m honored to be part of this seasoned panel and hope to help shed some light on the latest e-marketing strategies and trends that are transforming the way businesses market today. Digital media and technology are crucial to differentiating one’s business in today’s varied and competitive marketing environment, yet it can be difficult to understand exactly how to manipulate electronic solutions to improve your bottom line.”

About the e-Marketing and Technology Summit
The summit will take place at the Providence Marriott on Tuesday, Feb. 28th. Tickets are $35, tables for ten are $300, and seating is limited. Registration and breakfast will begin at 7:30am, after which the first panel session will occur from 8-9:30am followed by the second panel concerning online marketing from 9:45-11am. For more information about the Summit, please contact events@PBN.com.

About TribalVision           
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help small to midsize businesses market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available to the global business community. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services. TribalVision is transforming the traditional marketing landscape by focusing on interactive e-marketing channels that often cost less, deliver more and are more measurable versus the standard suite of channels that have been broken for quite some time.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact mmorris@tribalvision.com or call us at 401-272-1300.

TribalVision Hires Former Capital One Marketing VP

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PROVIDENCE, RI – FEBRUARY 15, 2012
TribalVision is pleased to announce the hiring of marketing professional Yesim Erez to join the TribalVision team. Yesim brings a breadth of marketing knowledge and a level of marketing sophistication that will greatly benefit the firm. Chris Ciunci, founder and CEO of TribalVision, states, “I am thrilled to have  Yesim as a member of our team. TribalVision’s culture is all about bringing together intelligent, driven marketing professionals who also can walk in the shoes of a small to midsize business owner. Given her corporate training and real world entrepreneurial background as a business owner, she is equipped to advise our clients in highly practical, valuable ways.”

As a classically trained consumer goods marketer, Yesim has worked to develop new products and has managed brands for Arm & Hammer, Bausch & Lomb and Capital One.  Before joining TribalVision, she also managed global marketing and distribution for two electric motorcycle companies, one of which she founded.

“As a former business owner,” said Yesim, “I recognize the value in TribalVisions’s analytic approach to marketing and bottom line orientation.”

About TribalVision 
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help small to midsize businesses market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective, and practical alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available. TribalVision offers its clients marketing strategy development, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, and executive leadership services.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, contact mmorris@tribalvision.com or call us at 401-272-1300.

TribalVision Moving to the Union Trust Building in Downtown Providence

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PROVIDENCE, RI – JANUARY 1, 2012
TribalVision announced today its official move from its current office located at 501 Angell Street in Wayland Square to the historic Union Trust building located at 170 Westminster Street in the heart of downtown Providence.

To accommodate its growing team of marketing professionals, TribalVision will occupy the third floor of the 170 Westminster Street address. Built in 1901 and located in Providence’s Central Business District, 170 Westminster Street is one of the city’s most distinguishable historic offices, and its centralized location is highly convenient for TribalVision employees based in Boston.  Chris Ciunci, TribalVision’s founder and CEO, states, “With a large percentage of our staff commuting by Amtrak from Boston, it was important that the new location be within walking distance from the train station. The Union Trust building solves this issue of convenience while also establishing a larger footprint that will support TribalVision’s future growth needs.”  Chris went on to say, “During our search for new office space I was particularly impressed with the building’s iBuilding platform that combines the architectural charm of the past with all the cutting edge amenities that our firm is looking for in a building. The building is energy efficient, technologically advanced, and even is home to The Dorrance, an acclaimed restaurant perfectly suited for client luncheons.”

About TribalVision
TribalVision is a marketing consulting firm whose mission is to help small to midsize businesses market smarter. As a marketing department for hire, TribalVision is a flexible, cost-effective alternative to the traditional marketing solutions available to the global business community. TribalVision’s value-add includes strategy crafting, channel-mix optimization, tactics implementation, executive leadership services and brand building.

To learn more, visit tribalvision.com, call us at 401-272-1300 or visit us in person at 170 Westminster Street in Providence, Rhode Island.