Spyglass CEO Jeff Busch was recently appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to serve on the Minnesota District Export Council. Nice going, Jeff! This is exportant stuff for Minnesota and US commerce globally.
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Have you ever felt like revenge was eating you up inside? Most people have. It’s no wonder. Movies and TV shows are obsessed with it. Learning to forgive is an acquired skill for most. See why it’s good for your soul—and your everyday life. Join Dean Seal and Spirit in the House for a unique interactive event featuring a range of performances, including Krista Tippet of MPR fame and an all-star cast of storytellers from around the world.
Dean is a renowned thought leader on the topic of forgiveness and a Spyglass pro bono client. We believe in the power of forgiveness and the difference it can make on a personal, local, national and international level. Join the conversation at www.spiritinthehouse.org.
Learn more about Forgiveness 360 in the recent Star Tribune feature.
Aura, everyone’s got one. A field of luminous radiation. Life energy. Style. Presence. Grivatas. Swagger. It comes in colors. No matter what color yours is, we’ll be recharging it and getting our spirits all aglow at the 13th annual Spyglass Holiday Party.
Just to get you all goosed up here’s last year’s highlight reel.
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Laura Krinke has been named account executive at Minneapolis agency Spyglass Brand Marketing. Krinke will focus on client services and public relations.
Prior to joining Spyglass, Krinke worked as an account executive for a public relations firm in Milwaukee, Wis., serving a variety of industries including agriculture, education, banking/finance and consumer products. During her time in Milwaukee, Krinke received industry awards for her work with a national restaurant chain and a Wisconsin tourist attraction.
“Laura brings a diverse skillset to her new role, and we’re thrilled to welcome her to our company,” said Molly Rice, president of Spyglass. “She will be a great addition to our team and will help further fuel our clients’ success.”
Krinke joins a team led by founding partners Molly Rice and Andy Slothower as well as CEO Jeff Busch. Since its founding in 2001, Spyglass has continued on a rapid growth track and has served more than 150 companies in the retail, commercial, technology, health care, medical and financial services markets.
Krinke, who has a degree in communication studies from the University of Iowa, recently served as a board member for the Southeastern Wisconsin chapter of Public Relations Society of America and an advisor for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America.
Founded in 2001, Minneapolis‐based Spyglass provides brand-consulting and marketing services for companies nationwide that want to redefine, reposition or relaunch themselves in the marketplace. The agency’s acclaimed Brand FastForward ™ method allows it to assess, develop and deliver a brand strategy that includes a full complement of brand-building tools quickly and effectively. For more information, visit SpyglassCreative.com.