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20 Questions with Candice Simons

CEO of Brooklyn Outdoor, J’adore Detroit, and Alley Taco, Candice Simons is a #GLAMBOSS in every way! We dive into her businesses, style and favorite things around Detroit in 20 Questions. By Rachel Schostak 1. Tell us a little bit about your background and where you’re from? I am the President and CEO of Brooklyn Outdoor and J’adore Detroit –
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Five OOH Advertising Trends

“With powerful software and innovative technology, combined with creativity and intuition, DOOH, alongside our traditional OOH formats, has become quite a force to be reckoned with, and we are thrilled to continue to see growth and advancement in our medium.” – Candice Simons, writing at OAAA
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Overcoming the Biggest Challenges of Managing Multiple Locations

In an article on NCR Silver, Candice Simons is quoted by saying that a “lack of strong communication can be detrimental to a business that is not sharing failures, best practices, successes and leads between the multiple locations. Consistent and regular communication across the board to offices is vital. When you have one site, communication
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Art vs Advertising

Political and communications consultant Greg Bowens and Andrus McDonald, co-owner of Brooklyn Outdoor, an advertising agency in Detroit’s Eastern Market, join Detroit Today with Stephen Hendersonto talk about their objections to the city’s crack-down on ads on Downtown buildings. – WDET
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Brooklyn Outdoor Sponsors Murals In The Market 2017

A pillar of Detroit’s east side, Eastern Market will be bustling throughout the 10-day festival with their Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday Markets. Showcasing not only food from Detroit’s best local farms, these specialty markets feature locally made art and jewelry, specialty products, live music, children’s workshops, prepared-food vendors and much more.
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Candice Simons on The Business Analogy of Dating Sites

“Our company vision embraces uniqueness because we value and understand that individuals are each wired a bit differently. Some business relationships thrive and spark immediately, while others need a bit more attention and patience. Mastering the art of the follow-up is essential to prevent things from slowing down.” ~ Candice Simons Read the article over
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