Blast From The Past
As the owner of a small business, sometimes it feels as if everyone wants something from you ALL. THE. TIME. It’s definitely not always easy. It’s definitely not always fun.
The Powers That Will Be
From hip-hop artists to film producers, podcasters to rising political superstars, these 28 heavy-hitters have never appeared on Boston’s power list before— but we’re betting they’ll continue to shake up the city for years to come.
Celebrating 15 Years of Marlo Marketing
Today marks 15 years since I started marlo marketing on April 1, 2004 with four clients (Starbucks Coffee, Nantucket Wine Festival, American Seasons, and Grafton Group (who is still a client today)) in a fourth floor walkup office at 276 Newbury Street
How to Hire For Hustle
At marlo marketing, one of our core beliefs is “good things come to those who hustle." I am 110% of the belief that hustling is not a skill that can be taught; it’s an approach to life that you either do or don't have
Lifetime of Achievement
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce honored Marlo Fogelman among several other high-profile professionals at the Pinnacle Awards Luncheon.
Save Some for Marketing
One of my biggest professional frustrations is getting calls from prospective clients who are in dire need of marketing, have spent carte blanche on their “product,” but failed to allocate the proper budget to support their marketing needs.
Welcome to marlo marketing!
Welcome to marlo marketing! Wait, what?! Well, for those of you who already know us, it may seem strange to be extending a welcome after 14+ years in business. And while this post is definitely for those whose acquaintance we have yet to make, it’s also for those of you
the thirty-one percent: Marlo Fogelman
At 32, Marlo Fogelman knew it was time to start her own public relations agency
Marketing mogul Marlo Fogelman relives childhood memories through the art of Lalique.
Put Your Heart Into It
Good food and great service are still prerequisites for success, but recently, it’s become clear that operators who wear their hearts on their sleeves—either by leveraging emotions or pushing positive narratives—have a greater chance of winning over diners.