We are always excited to see our clients grow and succeed.
“Maher & Maher brings to IMPAQ skilled staff, deep domain expertise, and proven learning solutions,” said IMPAQ CEO, Avi Benus. “Combining their technical assistance experience with our evidence-driven approach will result in highly efficient delivery of workforce development services and allow us to extend our reach further into the public and private sectors.”
“This will enable us to significantly enhance workforce programs, bring new value in measuring outcomes for our clients, and impact more lives,” said Richard D. “Rick” Maher, Maher & Maher’s Principal. “IMPAQ offers us scalability and deeper resources, something I know both our clients and our employees are going to appreciate.”
Congratulations to our client MQR in ranking among the top 100 Patent Firms in 2017! We love seeing our clients succeed. Cheers!
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If you don’t know how to say it with words, say it with emojis.
We have this great client that asks us to get creative from time to time and make things for platforms and stuff. So, we made an emoji family that clicks and vibes with smart asse(t)s…
Make sure to skip the ad to read… damn ads!
You know those original design file templates we gave you to edit in-house, well this article will help you with putting good quality photos in them.
Having a software that can turn my blurry photos into high quality content makes the worry of not being able to take that perfect photo op again, meaningless!
Sephora and Starbucks two of our favs!
AI promises to transform the future, but one thing it’s doing today is letting brands deliver superior customer experiences. Looking beyond the tech giants, here are five consumer brands utilizing AI in innovative and interesting ways.
One of the easiest ways to gauge the culture of innovative in an organization is to see how that organization deals with failure. If unchecked, failure carries a stigma that can paralyze companies from trying new things.