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Clarity Quest Welcomes Ava Haekler, Marketing Consultant

At Clarity Quest, we're excited to welcome our new marketing consultant, Ava Haekler! In December, Ava finished her Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a concentration in Corporate and Public Relations from Drexel University and accepted a full-time position with our agency. Before joining our [...]

B2B Nuggets: Smart Technology, Instagram Highlights, & Pinterest Chatbox

Check out some of the great business, healthcare, and technology content we’ve found this week. Each of these pieces contains some valuable information, so give them a quick view! If you have an interesting article to share, feel free to add it to the comments [...]

Sofia Sees’ Dinner in the Dark Fundraiser: A Great Success

Our client Sofia Sees Hope recently held their fourth annual Dinner in the Dark fundraiser in Groton, CT. This year's fundraiser attracted the largest crowd to date. Supporters enjoyed music and a three-course meal with wonderful wine --all while blindfolded! Clarity Quest was proud to participate [...]

Hey Siri! Apple Makes Google Its Default Search Engine

When Apple’s intelligent assistant, Siri, can’t come up with a quick response, it refers users to a page of search engine results. Until recently, that search engine was Bing. In late September 2017, Google replaced Bing as the default search engine for Siri, the iOS [...]

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Christine Slocumb Joins The CURE Commons Advisory Board

Christine Slocumb, President of Clarity Quest Marketing, was recently honored with an invitation to join the CURE Commons Advisory Board! About CURE Commons CURE Innovative Commons is a science and technology incubator located in Southeast Connecticut. CURE offers laboratory space, office rentals, co-working memberships, and [...]

Clarity Quest Donates to Hurricane Harvey Relief in Texas

I never took Senator Ted Cruz's advice - before today.  He urged corporations to help with Texas relief efforts (in part because he voted against a Hurricane Sandy relief bill).  While I believe the Federal Government should help out in disasters of this size, it's also important [...]