Screen Shot 2021-06-09 at 1.59.12 PM

4 Things I’ve Learned Since Starting My First Job Remotely Amidst a Pandemic

by Anna Roy In the winter of 2020, I was in my second to last quarter of college. My days were typical of a busy college student: a full course load, internship work, exercising and spending time with friends. I knew in the back of my mind that I had to start at least thinking…

Active sporty girl playing tennis on court in park

Media: Friend or Foe

The tennis at The French Open is just getting into full swing, but the drama is already swirling off the courts. The world’s highest paid female athlete, Naomi Osaka announced that she would not be talking to journalists at the tournament due to mental health concerns. Following her announcement, the tournament organizers issued a statement…

Marketing strategy, word of mouth people tell friend about good product and service, vebally tell story or communication concept, people using megaphone to tell story to their friends.

The Op-Ed is Dead; Long Live the Op-Ed

A few weeks ago, The New York Times announced it was retiring the term “op-ed,” which stands for opposite the editorial page. The reason? “In the digital world, in which millions of Times readers absorb the paper’s journalism online, there is no geographical “Op-Ed,” just as there is no geographical “Ed” for Op-Ed to be…


How Diversity & Inclusion Changed Marketing in 2020

by Sydnie Jones Twenty-twenty was the year that put a giant mirror in front of society and forced us to rethink our lives. While COVID-19 ransacked communities, another disease was brought to light: the idea that people of color do not have the same rights and privileges as their white colleagues. Moreover, Black, Indigenous and People…

At Double Forte, we have plenty to say!

You can read our thoughts on our blog. You can also listen to inspiring words from our award-winning podcast: Millennial Minded. And if want to know more about the ins and out of the DF Studio responsible for this good stuff, go there!