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Do it for love! Curtis Kulig-designed Business Cards have landed

April 2017, by moocrew | Add a comment

What are the 2 little words you most want to hear? Now you can carry them with you everywhere – meet our newest collaboration!

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6 tips for managing freelancers

April 2017, by moocrew | Add a comment

Growing your business? Freelance support can bring you expertise, skill and an extra pair of hands, right when you need them – check out our 6 tips for a smooth and successful time.

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How to turn a hobby into a career

April 2017, by moocrew | 3 Comments – latest by moocrew

It’s often been thought that you can’t turn an artistic hobby into a profitable business. Despite that, there are people out there proving that you can – and Lucy Burley is one of them.
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Customer Profile: Relate by Zendesk

March 2017, by moocrew | Add a comment

Quality customer service isn’t just about quick wait times on the phone anymore. It now includes amazing content marketing—AKA an offering of helpful content for your consumers. Zendesk, a company dedicated to creating great customer experiences, has mastered this art. Continue reading this article…

Instagram inspiration – your MOOcards

February 2017, by admin | 3 Comments – latest by moocrew

We can’t get enough of your amazing designs – from production to retail, the MOO community is creative, inventive and more than a little bit brilliant.

This month, we wanted to share 3 studios we’ve been blown away by, from music to plants – with the stories behind their businesses and stunning designs.

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6 networking tips for people who don’t like networking

February 2017, by admin | 6 Comments – latest by Christopher

If it ever seems like networking events are awkward, it’s not just you. We all struggle sometimes. But how can you make it easier – and why is it definitely worth the effort?
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How to supercharge your corporate business cards

January 2017, by moocrew | 2 Comments – latest by moocrew

Sure, your handshake might be how you make a first impression, but your corporate business card is the physical representation of your brand—and it’s one that people take away with them. That’s why it’s important to invest in well-made print materials. You don’t want to be remembered as the person from the company with flimsy cards, do you? Of course not.

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Green designs: Tala LED and the business of beautiful, sustainable lightbulbs

December 2016, by moocrew | 2 Comments – latest by Jeff Gray

Many a great business starts with a great product that solves a dilemma. In answer to the escalating need for sustainable energy, Tala LED creates old-fashioned lighting with LED strips engulfed in elegant blown-glass bulbs for an energy-efficient – and gorgeous – alternative to standard lightbulbs.

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Daniel Fletcher, menswear designer

December 2016, by moocrew | 3 Comments – latest by Renata Grilo

What happens when you get thrown into the fashion industry, right after graduation? For menswear designer Daniel Fletcher, it was the best possible result. He is currently juggling his time between Paris – where he works for Louis Vuitton – and his London studio where he’s creating his own collection. We spoke to Dan about the importance of self-belief and the challenges of setting up a fashion label.

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Making the business card cool

December 2016, by moocrew | 1 Comment – latest by Hallie Geller

In our collaboration with multimedia visual artist, Baron Von Fancy, we’ve found a way to bring a super-swish style to the oldest networking technology (and we have never loved our Business Cards more). Continue reading this article…

Behind the Brand Refresh: Fuze

November 2016, by moocrew | 1 Comment – latest by Jerrod

How Fuze used color to beat the competition

How can multiple brands unite under one umbrella? That’s a good question, and one that Fuze thought over tirelessly before undergoing a global rebrand earlier this year. The result is a unique and vibrant rebranding project that utilized color to carve out a place in a saturated market. We spoke with the team behind the rebrand for an in-depth look.

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Networking Dos and Don’ts

October 2016, by moocrew | 2 Comments – latest by Theodore

Let’s face it: networking events can be intimidating. You’re worried about what to talk about, how to represent your company, and how to show off the best version of yourself. Thankfully, with a little planning, you can keep your nerves at bay and network like a pro. Try out these tips at your next big networking event to ensure you score that second meeting.

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Building the Indiegogo brand, one customer story at a time

October 2016, by moocrew | Add a comment

Every idea should have its shot, and every creative should have their moment. That’s the principle that Indiegogo was founded on in 2007, and years later, the crowdfunding platform has helped entrepreneurs all around the world turn their ideas into reality. We chatted with Erica Labovitz, Indiegogo’s head of integrated marketing, about how they got their own start, and why they keep customer stories at the center of the business model and brand.

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5 ways to welcome new hires like a pro

October 2016, by moocrew | 5 Comments – latest by moocrew

Joining a new company can feel like the first day of school for new employees. They’re nervous, don’t know the Wi-Fi password, and have no idea where the bathroom is. As their employer, it’s your responsibility to make sure that their transitional process, also known as onboarding, is as easy as possible. Continue reading this article…

Sandra Blanco, entrepreneur and artist

September 2016, by moocrew | 2 Comments – latest by Tamara Gambardella

Sandra Blanco is an artist and entrepreneur who produces bridal headpieces made from preserved – or ‘everlasting’ flowers. Her Sophie and Luna brand bloomed in a Clapham living room two years and she now sells them through Etsy and Not On The High Street to customers across the world. Continue reading this article…

Behind the Brand Refresh: Olapic

September 2016, by moocrew | 4 Comments – latest by Saputra

Growing businesses often outgrow their logo. That’s exactly why visual commerce platform and social media aficionados Olapic, chose to refresh theirs. Here’s how they did it. Continue reading this article…

Giada Tamborrino, freelance graphic designer

September 2016, by moocrew | 5 Comments – latest by Josh


Italian graphic designer Giada Tamborrino has worked with brands like piano-making maestro Steinway & Sons and London’s Egg Nightclub. Her artwork and branding are dotted across the East London club scene. We found out how her childhood passion for design and self-taught skills became a full-fledged career as a freelance creative. Continue reading this article…

3 amazing onboarding kits for new hires

September 2016, by moocrew | 15 Comments – latest by Shirene

Bringing a new employee onto your team can feel a lot like leading a freshman orientation. You’ve got to show the new kid the ropes, make them feel part of an amazing group, and get them keen to do their best work. As someone in HR, you have the power to make their transition a little easier— and a lot more fun. How? Start with an onboarding kit.

An onboarding kit is essentially a care package for the newest member of your office. It helps them understand what your company stands for, and shows the new hire that you’ve got their back.

We found representatives from some of the most welcoming companies on the planet, and asked what goes into their kits.

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We go from blog to boutique with Make My Lemonade

August 2016, by moocrew | Add a comment

Following the major success of her fashion and lifestyle blog Make My Lemonade, Parisian entrepreneur Lisa Gachet set up online store Wear Lemonade to sell garments, accessories and DIY patterns. We met with Lisa and she told us how she expanded her blog into a boutique, talked about the importance of packaging, and who she’d share a lemonade with. Continue reading this article…

How to develop an award-winning product

August 2016, by moocrew | 3 Comments – latest by Andrew Black

Solveiga Pakštaitė is the girl behind the glasses at product design house Design By Sol. Her revolutionary product Bump Mark has won design awards, piqued the interest of major food retailers and could change the face of the food market. Continue reading this article…

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