Are you looking for a quiet getaway to celebrate one last gorgeous summer weekend?  Want to go somewhere with that small town feel, right on the water?  Looking for a destination that has great restaurants and fascinating architecture to take in while you dine?  Curious to explore the artistic and historical culture of a pleasant Maryland town?  Or would you rather play a round of golf on a sunny Saturday afternoon?  Why haven’t you visited Havre de Grace, Maryland yet?

Your business just won an awesome award and you want to spread the word fast.  Immediately, you drop a press release to as many outlets as you can think of, because surely this is the perfect way to share your good news.  And potentially, it is.  But then it flops.  Few media outlets publish your release.  Not many people read or even view it where it is published.  And sadly, most people still don’t know you just won an award!  What happened?  Unfortunately, your press release probably just wasn’t appealing enough to be picked up by media sources and read by viewers.  It happens to the best of us, but Read more

“Individual commitment to a group effort- that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” –Vince Lombardi We’ve talked a lot in this series about the importance of the combined effort of a team.  Of course, the results of a team effort create a stronger impact than what the individual can achieve.  But in the end, the team is only as strong as its individual members.  In the final week of our spotlight blog series, we introduce you to Todd Taylor, our Partner and friend.  Todd’s commitment to our team is what keeps Creation.Haus strong through the best and worst of times.

Running a successful business is hard whether you’re at the head of a small business or a Fortune 500 Company.  With so many working components involved in keeping a business up and running, it can be overwhelming for even the savviest professional.  At Creation.Haus, we understand how challenging it can be to not only keep a business running, but also foster its growth.  That’s why we have come up with 40 quick tips that have helped us and others, and we think will help you too!  Check them out below!

Okay, I’m going to be brutally honest for a minute.  I’m somewhat of a stickler for good grammar; okay, a major stickler for good grammar.  And just about every single morning of the week I receive emails from a source, which I won’t name, that links me to daily blog posts.  And every single morning I find typos, misspellings, and grammatical errors in those blog posts.  Not just once in a while.  No.  Every.  Single.  Morning!  And I think to myself, “Why would I want to share a blog post that has so many errors?”