THE EVOLVING BLOG

October 29, 2018

Holiday Advertising - Focusing on Quality

The holidays are just around the corner and with Black Fri...

September 17, 2018

CBD market is on the verge of becoming a mega-industry

The cannabis industry is growing at a record pace and the CBD sub-market is on its way to becoming a booming mega-industry itself. According to a recent

September 6, 2018

Recognizing the Importance of Social Responsibility Branding

Today, consumers are increasingly aware of not only how their produce is grown, but also of the social impact a company can have on communities. This awareness prompted Oster and Associates to work...

August 30, 2018

Investing in Your Personal Brand - Why it's Important

When we hear the term brand what usually comes to mind is McDonald’s, Apple, Target – big name companies but in today’s online world, investing in one’s own personal brand is becoming more...

August 24, 2018

Planning for the Future of Mission Valley

The middle of San Diego is going to be the center of the action this fall as Mission Valley’s land surrounding and including where SDCCU Stadium (form...

August 10, 2018

Why the Business of Cannabis is Good Business

Last week Oster and Associates hosted its first, but not last, cannabis panel discussion. The event was called “The Business of Cannabis in California.” It was so well received that the agency has ...

July 19, 2018

The Importance of Getting to Know Your Customers

Many mom-and-pop shops and locally-owned stores have gone out-of-business due to big businesses moving into small towns. Gone are the days of store owners knowing your name and needs. One thing, ho...

July 5, 2018

Being Prepared – Protecting Your Brand Through Planning Ahead

The saying goes that it’s better to have and not need something than need and not have it. When it comes to business, especially the produce business, having a detailed crisis communications plan r...

May 17, 2018

Evolve through Trade Shows - Don’t Leave Business on the Table

Anyone who has exhibited, worked or attended trade shows will agree that they are exhausting.  There is a flurry of planning, coordinating and spending prior to the show.  There is the travel, the ...