Life at March
Here at March we like to make sure that we get the balance right between working hard and having some fun. Sure, delivering outstanding work for our clients is hugely important and it’s our number one priority, but it’s also important to enjoy your days and like spending time with the people you work with. Go ahead and meet some of team and check out some of the things we have been up to recently!
Meet the team
PR account coordinator @MarchPR-wants to travel the world. lover of sushi, art, yoga and a good laugh
Queen of Planning and Operations Manager at @MarchPR.
Tech PR Exec, Novice Foodie and Travel Enthusiast
Content Manager @ March Communications, focusing on content marketing, PR, social media. Also: figuring out content marketing for writers, musicians, artists.
Coffee-addicted journalism major at Boston University, exploring the world of PR with @MarchPR.
Managing the Content.
Account Executive at @MarchPR, world champion hot sauce eater and shark week’s biggest fan.
Writer & PR pro. Passionate traveler, runner and adventure-seeker.
Managing Partner at March Communications, PR guru, mother of two, hopeless romantic, and lover of food and wine
Boston, from Memphis, Badger, tech PR, avid dabbler
Boston-based, Conn Coll grad exploring the world of PR. Enjoys running & yoga, Rajon Rondo, Sriracha, and Nutella crepes.
ohio gal living in boston, working in pr. loyal cleveland sports fan. lover of fashion, dining out and reality tv.
Account Executive at @MarchPR; 2012 Boston University grad; #SouthEastAsia, #music, #beach, #sushi lover.
High-tech PR and marketing expert based in Boston
Newest addition to the @MarchPR team. http://PersonalBrandingBlog.com assistant editor. Enjoys grammar, mint tea, the color yellow, cats and hockey.
Content Manager @MarchPR | @urichmondalum | Former editor @URICollegian | Host @buffenuf
PR pro in Boston who loves coffee, social media, traveling and eating
Most of the time you can find me talking PR, photography, running, and curly hair.
HR and Finance Director at @MarchPR, yoga Fanatic at @HYLTweets and founder/instructor of Cardio Dance Party at @BCAE.
Former student-athlete, now full-time starter @Marchpr
March PR Founder, Brit abroad, Arsenal fan
Living life one glass of wine at a time; PR Pro in Boston
High-tech #PRpro, blogger, spinning instructor, @BostonCollege alumna, and avid #Boston sports fan!
Recent PR pro in Boston, MA. New England sports enthusiast, politics & economics geek, fitness junkie.
Skiing. Food. Cars. Beer. PR. Not necessarily in that order.
Graduate of Bowdoin College, working in tech PR in Boston. Love reading, the outdoors, and all things French.
California transplant figuring out how to live in the snow
Assistant Account Executive @MarchPR, food truck hunter and baker
PR professional in Boston with an unhealthy obsession with post-it notes, to-do lists and pizza
- This Insane New App Will Allow You To Read Novels In Under 90 Minutes | Elite Daily March 6, 2014
This Insane New App Will Allow You To Read Novels In Under 90 Minutes | Elite Daily:The reading game is about to change forever. Boston-based software developer Spritz has been in “stealth mode” for three years, tinkering with their program and leasing it out to different ebooks, apps, and other platforms.
This is super clever. And super simple. Elegance always wins.
58% of American adults own a smartphone (http://pewrsr.ch/1m8siWD). Will be interesting to see how this catches on …
Up Coffee is Jawbone’s solution for America’s… March 6, 2014
Up Coffee is Jawbone’s solution for America’s caffeine addiction
Americans don’t sleep enough: according to the CDC, 35 percent of adults report they get less than the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep each night. Jawbone today is launching an app that tries to tackle one of the biggest reasons we don’t sleep — caffeine. Up Coffee is an app that lets you track how much caffeine you consume in coffee, soda, and other foods, and shows you how it will affect your sleep.
Dove decided to drop a planned billboard ad that… March 5, 2014
Dove decided to drop a planned billboard ad that referred to New Jersey as “The Armpit of America” after it angered a number of state residents. “The whole armpit theme ‘stinks,’” one woman wrote on the brand’s Facebook page. “It’s a little too personal.”
Dove said the ad, which was slated to run in July, had been intended “to elevate the armpit rather than put down New Jersey.” The brand’s social media team has been directly responding to Facebook posts since deciding to ditch the ads.
On March 12, the World Wide Web turns 25.
It’s… March 4, 2014
On March 12, the World Wide Web turns 25.
It’s come a long way since then. In 1995, just 14% of U.S. adults used the internet. 42% had never even heard of the internet, and an additional 21% were vague on the concept—”it has something to do with computers, right?”
Now: 87% of adults use the internet. 81% have a computer, 90% have a cell phone, and 46% say it would be very hard to give up the internet.
We’ve got a new report out today that looks at 15+ years of data showing the rapid growth/overall impact of the internet, in honor of the upcoming 25th anniversary of the web.
Could you imagine your life without the internet? What do you think it’d be like?
This is Cortana, Microsoft’s answer to Siri… March 3, 2014
This is Cortana, Microsoft’s answer to Siri
Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update will include Cortana, a personal digital assistant designed to rival Siri and Google Now. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans have revealed to The Verge how Cortana looks and operates, replacing the built-in Bing search functionality on Windows Phone 8.1. While the feature is named after the Halo game series, Cortana will take the form of a circular animated icon instead of a female character. Cortana will animate when it’s speaking or thinking, forming a personality not dissimilar to Apple’s Siri.