White House Marketing extends a helping hand to those in need.

CORONA, CA – White House Marketing recognizes the rising number of homeless people in Los Angeles and decides to make a small impact for the holidays.

A White House Marketing representative, Yesica R. came into the office with a sigh of sadness under her voice one day. When she was asked, “what’s wrong?”, she stated that she was extremely affected by a viral video she saw on Facebook. The video was an interview with a homeless man in New York. He was talking about his typical days, how hard it is to find a job without having a residence, and the sadness he encounters during the holiday season by not having a home to go home to.

 

On December 22, 2017, a group of White House Marketing groups of representatives put together 150 sack lunches to hand out to homeless people. The sacks were filled with food and beverage items including sandwiches, chips, and non-perishables. All grocery items were donated by WHM employees. Each two-person group met at the office to put together sacks and drove to different areas of Riverside and Los Angeles.

Last year, it was reported that there are approximately 58,000 ho  meless people in Los Angeles. That number did not extend to surrounding areas. The Los Angeles Times came out with an article stating the reported estimated number was extremely low. The LA Times also stated in the article that “The count does not purport to tap every person who experiences bouts of homelessness over a year, but rather produces a snapshot of the street and shelter population that can be used to shape policy and distribute funding.”

So, although WHM could only reach 150 people in those areas, the tears of joy, hugs of appreciation, and happiness on their faces made the entire event well-worthwhile. Yesica says, “I really like working for a company that actually cares about what the employees care about. For someone to ask me what was wrong, ask to see the video, and encourage the food drive to take place was amazing. And, even though it was just one meal, I…we…made a difference in someone’s life today even if they don’t have a home to go to.”

 

White House Marketing is Inspired by Warren Buffett

The team at White House Marketing sets a high standard for themselves. It is our ambition to provide the best, most effective experiential advertising campaigns to be found anywhere in Arizona and beyond. This is a lofty goal, and sometimes we look to the accomplishments of great people for some inspiration. One of the people we look to for encouragement is Warren Buffett.

Nicknamed the Oracle of Omaha for his seemingly magical ability to predict market trends, Mr Buffett has a net worth of over $60 billion. He is still the active leader of Berkshire Hathaway, the investment company he started almost 40 years ago, and when he finally retires his responsibilities will have to be split between two people. Yet, despite all his amazing wealth and success, Mr. Buffett still lives in the same house he bought back in the ‘50s for a little over $30,000.

Despite his wealth, Mr. Buffett is famous for openly admitting how tax laws unfairly favour the rich. He has often been in the news for his candid admissions on how little he pays in taxes (proportionally) compared to far less wealthy people than himself. President Obama is working toward the passage of the Buffet Rule, which would lay a minimum 30% income tax on anyone earning over $1 million a year. Mr. Buffett is also an incredibly generous philanthropist, recently pledging to donate the bulk of his wealth to charity after his death.

Warren Buffett is a billionaire with heart, and a worthy source of inspiration for White House Marketing.

White House Marketing on Leadership Through Listening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At White House Marketing, we often talk about inspirational leaders. It is fun to discuss the kinds of people who can use their voices to move mountains. However, oftentimes being a good leader is less about speaking and more about listening. Great managers know that their team is the greatest asset. So it only makes sense to listen and use that talented team to its full potential.

Listening as a leader offers a lot of benefits. Taking the time to hear what your team has to say can help you to foresee possible issues. This can be hugely advantageous because you have the chance to address them before they come up. For example, you may learn about a difficulty your customers are having that you can address before they become upset by it.

If you listen to your team’s thoughts and ideas, you can create a culture of openness. Perhaps one of your team members has a new idea for a feature. Or perhaps one of them has an idea to streamline your operations. Even if it never results in game changing ideas, listening to you team lets them know that you value their opinions.

There are a few simple ways to let your team know that you are ready to listen. One of the best things to do is to ask them for constructive criticism. Regularly offering them a chance to let you know how you can be a better boss. Another important step is to openly ask for thoughts when a problem arises. Many times it will come down to you to make a final decision; but asking your team for their input will signal to them that their thoughts matter.

The White House Marketing team is all about listening. Whether we are communicating with our team, our clients, or their customers, we always try to listen more than we speak. This has led to fantastic results; we recommend you try it too.

White House Marketing, Inc., is Removing This Word From Our Vocabulary

White House Marketing, Inc.,’s team is refraining from the word failure this month. During one of our studies we found more successful business leaders do not use this word.

By removing the word failure from our vocabulary we can see a brighter future and a higher success rate for our team and business.  The word itself makes a lot of us want to crawl in a ditch and that does not help anyone succeed. By using the word as a crutch it can also hinder the progression of our team in the company.

White House Marketing, Inc.,’s team would like to go the whole month of July without using failure as a crutch. Can you?

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White House Marketing, Inc.,’s Team is Making Important Investments

The team at White House Marketing, Inc., believes in the importance of setting ourselves up for success. In order to do so, we must invest in our future. We are investing in 10 things to help boost our lives well into our 30s.

 

Gym membership: In the U.S. we end up spending $2 trillion annually on healthcare expenses. In order to help save ourselves money, time and our health, we are going to invest in a gym membership, just $10 will do.

 

Three bottles of good wine: Wine is a great thing to invest in, not only does it come in handy while hosting dinner parties but it can be traded on the Wine Stock Exchange, thus making you money as well.

 

Kiva: Kiva is a non-for-profit microfinance organizations that allows anyone to loan  money to third-world-businesses enterprises. The minimum investment is $25 and you are helping businesses around the world grow.

 

Social media strategy: A recent study shows that 18 to 34-year-old Americans spend on average 3.8 hours a day on social networking websites. Might as well make this platform into something worth money.

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White House Marketing's Team Takes Time to Attend Film Festival

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White House Marketing’s team supports events in the Valley. We are excited to join the 13th annual touring film festival in the Phoenix tomorrow.

Lunafest is taking a step towards highlighting female filmmakers since only four women in Academy Awards history have been nominated for best director and only one female has won.

The film festival is non-profit and is supported by Luna, the whole-nutrition bars for women. The film festival will show non short films and will show films that feature topics like motherhood, body image, aging and women’s health issues.

White House Marketing team invites everyone to join in the film festival which starts at 6 p.m. on June 20th.

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White House Marketing’s Team Takes Time to Attend Film Festival

White House Marketing_tickets

White House Marketing’s team supports events in the Valley. We are excited to join the 13th annual touring film festival in the Phoenix tomorrow.

Lunafest is taking a step towards highlighting female filmmakers since only four women in Academy Awards history have been nominated for best director and only one female has won.

The film festival is non-profit and is supported by Luna, the whole-nutrition bars for women. The film festival will show non short films and will show films that feature topics like motherhood, body image, aging and women’s health issues.

White House Marketing team invites everyone to join in the film festival which starts at 6 p.m. on June 20th.

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White House Marketing Makes Meetings Meaningful

The team at White House Marketing knows that sometimes a meeting is all it takes to make or break the day. Having effective meetings are a key part in business success. We are following a few tips to make sure our meetings are as meaningful as possible.

A recent report by Blue Jeans Network found that the vast majority of professionals feel face-to-face communication improves business relationships. This means that every second in a meeting has a more powerful impact later.

Another tip is do not overlook the timing of a meeting. Timing is everything and sometimes its all we got. Keeping meetings between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. are prime time to keep the team focused.

Lastly, keep the meetings short and concise. If there is a lot of material, break the meetings into multiple sessions, this will keep your team engaged.

White House Marketing’s team stresses the importance of meaningful meetings and we know that it is important follow these tips.

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Meet the Team at White House Marketing

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White House Marketing is scouting for new talent in Tucson, Ariz., do you have what it takes to be apart of the team?

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We love outgoing, strong communicators.

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We are looking for individuals who possess organizational skills as well. Most importantly, we are looking for individuals who are willing to consistently learn and grow as a team.

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