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Professor Sylver Goes to Brazil.

Have you noticed how the world just keeps getting smaller…or at least appears to be doing so? Technology is a powerhouse. It offers each of us more ways than ever to interact with people in our lives, from our family and friends to even creating relationships with people we’ve never met face-to-face on the other side of the world.

Sylver Consulting has launched a refreshed website

Sylver Consulting, an international innovation research and strategy firm, has launched a refreshed website (www.sylverconsulting.com), which is the culmination of the firm’s effort to align its online presence with its expanded capabilities. Some of the highlights of the new site include a more focused description of Sylver’s Innovation Research and Strategy services, new imagery, and […]

We’re happy to announce the launch of Sylver’s revamped Website

It was a collaborative effort between our American and Brazilian teams. And here’s what each of us wanted to share with you:

Will Skype eclipse fee-based video conferencing? eSchool News reports on the use of Skype in Brianna’s recent Cross Cultural Research class at ID, IIT.

Will Skype eclipse fee-based video conferencing? eSchool News reports on the use of Skype in Brianna’s recent Cross Cultural Research class at ID, IIT.

Springtime is a Great Time to Freshen up Your Site

As a market grows, your consumer base grows along with it. Sometimes the way you’re positioning your services in the virtual realm are no longer relevant or in line with what’s happening “off line,” especially in channels that don’t get updated daily, like a website.

Video about Cross Cultural Class taught at IIT’s Institute of Design in collaboration with ESPM is out

Back in January I wrote a post about a 7-week class Brianna was going to teach at the Institute of Design (ID), IIT called “Cross Cultural Research”.

Brianna will speak at IIT’s Design Research Conference Roundtable

On May 11, Brianna will be moderating a discussion about Cross Cultural Research at IIT’s Design Institute’s 2010 Design Research Conference (DRC).