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When Osmond Marketing needed a senior publicist to help with pitching and content writing, it was clear that Kristen Skladd was the perfect fit for the job. Hard-working and passionate, Kristen doesn’t walk away from a challenge—in fact, she makes it a goal to accept every opportunity in the hope of learning something new. “I want to make the most out...

  By J’Nel Wright It’s been a long and challenging winter, especially for small businesses. As we venture into a post-pandemic business climate composed of an evolving audience, new marketing challenges, a desire for a flexible work environment, and remote employees, now is the time to give your business operations and goals a thorough spring cleaning.  These five game-changing tips will freshen up...

By Isabella Markert According to the latest stats from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are approximately 123 million full-time workers and 24 million part-time workers in the United States. Are some of those 24 million part-time workers at your business?  If so, it might be time to examine whether you’re lumping them in with the full-time employees or if you...

Former pro–ultimate frisbee player Maggie Donohoo is always up for a challenge.  For example, many people might choose to never leave the house again after breaking two dozen bones. But Maggie has long since hit that milestone, and she’s still got the travel bug. She’s been to South Africa, India, Guatemala, Vietnam, and more, and publicity with Osmond Marketing is her...

Meet Jordan Lundell, the Newest Member of the Osmond Marketing Team   Jordan’s awesome writing and interpersonal skills make her a natural fit on our project management team. “I love her passion for writing and telling a good story,” says Emily Woll, COO at Osmond Marketing. “Since her first day on the job, Jordan stands out as an effective problem solver, and...

By J'Nel Wright   When we last tuned in, Ebenezer Scrooge, business owner and all-around yuletide grouch from Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, was getting an earful from his former partner (and notably dead), Jacob Marley. In the event that dancing around his bedroom draped in chains wasn’t enough, Marley recruited three consultants to share targeted business expertise with his doomed-to-departmental-damnation friend....

When playing two truths and a lie, you might hear Brennon Cox give these answers: “I worked as a chef in a five-star restaurant.” “I still own a huge collection of Beanie Babies.” “I once experienced devastating flooding in Utah.” Which one is the lie? It’s the Beanie Babies one, but we wouldn’t hold it against him if it were true. He did...

With new challenges during these uncertain times, how will you connect with your customers in 2021? According to experts, it may not be easy. A recent Forrester report found that the current pandemic will lead to “deeper budget cuts with broader effects across the marketing ecosystem and broader economy.” However, that same report advises against cutting back on your marketing...

As the pandemic rages on, organizations are faced with new opportunities to keep business operations moving. In a recent Forbes article, columnist Amy Osmond Cook shares four strategic tips to engage in productive and supportive virtual meetings for your staff to keep things moving and on track. Here are some highlights of that article.  Be Clear about the Purpose of the...

For the fifth year in a row, Osmond Marketing is recognized as one of MountainWest Capital Network’s Utah100 for 2020. The announcement was part of the MWCN 26th Annual Utah 100 Award Event held virtually on Tuesday, October 13.  “We are excited to receive this honor, as it speaks highly of our team, clients, and culture,” said Emily Woll, COO at...