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Arlington Strategy CEO to Moderate Marketing Panel at We Thrive Women Entrepreneurs’ Conference

Arlington Economic Development and SCORE are holding the We Thrive Women Entrepreneurs’ Conference on March 21st in Arlington, VA. The day-long event will feature keynote speakers, panels of successful women business owners, and breakout learning workshops. Early bird pricing is $150 and includes breakfast, lunch and a networking happy hour. Arlington Strategy CEO, Jennifer Mulchandani, […]

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Now Hiring: Part Time Marketing Assistant

Marketing Assistant (Part Time) Arlington Strategy seeks a smart, motivated and creative person to join our team. The Marketing Assistant will work on a range of projects, including proposal development, content creation and campaign implementation.  Work hours will fluctuate, starting with ~10 per week in office with opportunity for growth. Essential Functions Assist with proposal […]

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Growing a Business is Scary

Trick or treat? BOO! A favorite scene from “The Office” via GIPHY It is fitting that Arlington Strategy is moving into our new offices at Halloween time. And I’m not even talking about our pumpkin orange brand color! Taking office space is pragmatic, symbolic – and a wee bit scary. Arlington Strategy has been in business […]

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Finding Inspiration in Our Work

Our latest issue of the Arlington Strategy #newsletter is both reflective and celebratory. Our team is lucky to work with a variety of clients who provide tremendous inspiration to us, professionally, creatively, personally. Entrepreneurs are risk takers, leaders who inspire confidence and hard work. Nonprofits are changing our community, changing minds, and inspiring understanding and […]

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A Case for Cause Marketing

Giving back, do it for more than just good karma! The companies that immediately come to mind when I think of giving are Toms, Warby Parker and Kohl’s. Their generous “buy one, give one” programs and annual donations to worthy causes are well known and admirable. But how do you give back if, instead of a billion dollar business, you barely […]

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