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Eric Wiggins: Developing Public Speaking Skills

October 25, 2014 Didit’s Eric Wiggins, writing in the Long Island Business News’ Young Island section, offers some useful tips for public speakers. He writes: “Presenting with assurance is a skill that can benefit both seasoned executives and young, up-and-coming professionals. But how exactly do you learn it? In my case, volunteering at nonprofit events…

By Didit Editorial

New York Business Expo: Why You Should Attend

October 22, 2014:  New York Business Expo is NYC’s leading business-oriented trade show. The show’s content will focus on local search, small business management, inbound marketing, social media, and the essentials of interactive marketing.Here are some interesting people who will be speaking at the show: Danielle Cyr is the VP of Integrated Marketing over at Co-Communications….

By Chris Bell

Day of Service and Remembrance: 9/11/2014

September 12, 2014: On September 11, employees from Didit, HLD Communications,, and LVM Group volunteered at several Harbor Child Care centers throughout Long Island. The day of service was a fulfilling way day that included repairs, beautifying grounds, and working with the children in the programs. The National Day of Service and Remembrance “is the…

By Didit Editorial

Didit Promotes Three in Client Services

August 27, 2014: As mentioned this week in the Long Island Business News, Didit has announced the promotion of three people in its Client Services Department: Christopher Matuszewski, Joseph Rocco Jr., and Kristin McLoughlin. Each was promoted from the position of Associate Account Executive to Account Manager.

By Didit Editorial

Eric Wiggins: The Benefits of a “Staycation”

June 19, 2014: Didit’s Eric Wiggins, writing in the Long Island Business News’ Young Island section, argues that “Staycations” are here to stay. He writes: “while a trip to an amusement or water park can be enjoyable, the steep cost of admission can tug at one’s purse strings. Sometimes we often overlook cost-effective, or better…

By Didit Editorial