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Michigan Women Mean Business

Version 2.0 Communications, a women-led public relations and marketing communications firm, recently created an infographic that featured Clarity Quest Marketing! This infographic highlights successful Ann Arbor organizations that have women in leadership positions. Some highlights from the infographic are: There are 3,885 women-owned firms in Ann [...]

Clarity Quest Welcomes Jordan Gallant, Marketing Consultant

If you’ve read our blog, received our newsletters, or viewed our portfolio, you’ve already seen some of Jordan’s work! Jordan joined the Clarity Quest team two years ago on a part-time basis as she finished her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Advertising and Promotion [...]

Are You A Successful Business Leader Who Plays Video Games? Yep, You’re Normal and Probably Happier

I have a secret: I play Boom Beach. It turns out I’m not alone. When you picture gamers, you probably think of teenage boys skipping school or hoards in Taiwan stampeding to find a Pokémon Go character. But gamers are everywhere with over 2.1 billion [...]

Clarity Quest to Sponsor the Annual CURE Bioscience Picnic

Clarity Quest is proud to support and participate in the blossoming Connecticut bioscience industry. To kick off the summer on a positive note and further connect with our peers, our agency will be sponsoring the beer tent at the Annual Bioscience & Technology Community Picnic! [...]

2017’s Most Powerful Women in Health IT

On May 12, 2017, seventy-five of the most influential and successful women in healthcare IT will be honored in Boston at The Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT conference. The number of women holding leadership positions in health IT remains low, so last year, HealthData Management’s editorial [...]

CURE Brings Innovative Lab & Co-working Space to Groton, CT

If you’re a biotech entrepreneur on the East Cost, you probably thought you had to establish a presence in Cambridge, MA or New York City to access commercial-grade lab space and resources. But the CURE Innovation Commons has brought Cambridge and New York-level lab, office [...]