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Last week, the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), a Sterling client, hosted their annual “Predictions” event – bringing together some of the brightest minds in the Seattle tech industry to get their take on what trends and events defined the previous year — and what will be big in the coming [...]Continue Reading →
Happy New Year! As we head into what will inevitably be an exciting 2013, it’s interesting to sit back and reflect on some of the most notorious events of 2012 that caught our attention, and the lessons we’ve learned from each…
In January, just in time for Martin Luther King Day, many visitors to the [...]Continue Reading →
On September 13, 2012 By admin
Apple fans are spoiled. For many years now, the company has delivered cutting-edge products that amaze and delight customers, if not always tech pundits.
Until the death of co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, one of the highlights of an Apple event was the trademark “one more thing” [...]Continue Reading →
On August 23, 2012 By Jordan Hubert
While comedian Chris Rock –who told that joke over a decade ago– is still right today with flying cars and living in space not realities yet, one movie’s future technology that seemed largely impossible [...]Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: Welcome to Dave Gifford, Sterling’s newest account associate. Dave brings a unique background in politics, and nonprofits. Here, in his own words, he recounts his previous experience and how he came to work in tech PR at Sterling.
Much like my colleague, Jennifer Kincaid, I can’t say I ever knew upfront [...]Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: Welcome to Jenn Kincaid, Sterling’s newest account executive. Jenn’s brings to Sterling a background in journalism, writing about child welfare institutions in China. Here, Jenn recounts her previous experience and how she found herself at Sterling. Welcome, Jenn!
If you had asked me, say, 10 years ago if I would end [...]Continue Reading →
Technology has changed the way consumers approach the holidays. For years now, media and analysts have pointed to Cyber Monday as the prime example of this.
In the next few years, mobile applications could very well outpace the Cyber [...]Continue Reading →
With bellies full of warm Thanksgiving goodness, many Americans turn from stuffing themselves to stuffing holiday stockings with Black Friday deals. In last week’s blog post, I explored how the Internet and mobile shopping are changing Black Friday. After countless interviews [...]Continue Reading →
On September 29, 2011 By admin
Editor’s note: the following article was originally published on Geekwire as a guest post from Sterling’s Kevin Pedraja. View original article.
Summing up a conference with an agenda as broad as GigaOM’s Mobilize 2011 in San Francisco is no easy task. The breadth of topics covered and companies represented [...]Continue Reading →
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