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  • Four Steps to Invest in Your Company’s Culture

    It’s easy for companies to skip “company culture” when divvying out slices of pie in the annual budget. In previous years, the office place has been portrayed as dull, gray, and a place that employees cannot wait to leave. Recently, company culture has become a valued and prominent part of companies, primarily startups. Having an...

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  • Underground Elephant Participates in National Night Out

    National Night Out (NNO) is a nationwide event held annually on on the first Tuesday of August that presents an opportunity for communities to get to know their police officers and neighbors through food, games, music, and in San Diego an option to attend the night’s Padres game. The goal is to foster a safe...

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  • You Closed a Lead, Now Here’s How to Keep Them Happy

    There are plenty of ways to keep clients happy – promptly provide them with what they ask for, provide friendly customer service and of course, meet their price point… However, there is more to client retention than meets the eye, and long-term success is often rooted in underlying factors such as brand purpose, added value...

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  • Turning a Stranger into a Customer – 5 Steps

    Making friends is easy, but the same can’t always be said for converting customers. Many people are defensive when they first start dealing with salespeople. In order turn a stranger into a customer, you must build a positive rapport and ongoing relationship tailored to their specific needs. These five steps will have you closing leads...

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  • Furthering My Education as a Graphic Designer

    Underground Elephant offers many perks for its employees, one of which is tuition reimbursement. I am a graphic designer and work with landing pages in my department. I know some extent of HTML and CSS coding and have been able to make edits to our landing pages. We have a web development team that codes our...

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