Ideas’ archive

#AHAMOMENT: ARTŪRAS ON BOTOX AND EMOTIONS

Have you ever considered whether, if you’re unhappy with your looks and want to rejuvenate your skin – you might actually lose some of your ability to recognise other people’s emotions? It seems highly unlikely that anyone wanting get rid of their wrinkles using botox injections even considers whether they’re choosing between smoother skin and their innate ability to recognise another person’s emotions. So what is the link between such beauty procedures and people’s emotional communication?

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RYSIAI SU VISUOMENE

#AHAMOMENT: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CAN SAVE YOUR COMPANY

Fifty years ago, companies had an average life of 60 years. Now, they barely survive to see their 14th anniversary.

Of course, that average is dragged down by startups with extremely low survival rates. So if your company is already more than 10 years old, there’s no need to start worrying just yet.

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RYŠIAI SU VISUOMENE

#AHAMOMENT: Miglė about FULL STOP.

We meet people, chat with them, exchange contacts – in the past, it was usual to ask for their phone number. Nowadays, whether the encounter is official or unofficial, what do we exchange? Facebook contacts. “I’ll text you on Messenger” is a common way to say goodbye after meeting someone.

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RYŠIAI SU VISUOMENE

#AHAMOMENT: RAMINTA ON AUDIOBOOKS

Technologies are changing the information channels we use – and the way we use them. Following the worldwide popularity of online audio formats, for example, Lithuanian news portal 15min.lt has introduced its own audio platform, “Listen”. The popularity of its podcasts has shot up.

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KOMUNIKACIJOS AGENTURA

#AHAmoment: Arturas on corporate communication and customer service

Until recently, customer experience management wasn’t regarded as an integral part of corporate communications. But the popularity of social networks, and the increasing engagement of businesses with social media, has prompted consumers to start using social networks to communicate directly with brands.

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PREKĖS ŽENKLAS

#AHAmoment: Ulijona on messages on the body

Tattoos have been around for thousands of years, and their popularity now is greater than ever. But they still arouse negative opinions in certain quarters – and in some places, it’s even forbidden to show them in public.

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