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Making Coffee-To-Go Even More Mobile.

Starbucks: Homepage Relaunch

Living Up to the Martha Standard.

Avery: Martha Stewart Home Office

Attracting Millennials to a 125-Year-Old Brand? Piece of Cake.

Gold Medal: Site Redesign

Making Tracks to Connect with a New Target.

Suzuki: BusaBeats

Making Breakfast Bro-Worthy.

Total: Good to a Guy

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Questus Is Hiring

12.01.2014
Questus is hiring for positions in New York, San Francisco and Brea. Come join our growing team and be a part of the agency leading the Ad Revolution.

Jeff Rosenblum Returns To Alma Mater With The Naked Brand

11.05.2014
Questus co-founder and Alumni member, Jeff Rosenblum, goes back to school to visit the University of Vermont and The School of Business. He will partake in an alumni video interview, guest lecture, screen The Naked Brand film and do a meet and greet with students and faculty.
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Singapore Airlines Partners With The Naked Brand Film

11.03.2014

World-class airlines leader, Singapore Airlines, has partnered with The Naked Brand film as a part of its inflight entertainment lineup. The film has been added to this month's new movie programming and will be available on Singapore Airlines' A380, A330-300, Boeing 777-300ER and selected Boeing 777 aircraft.

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Brands: What to Expect from Your Agency When a Key Staffer Leaves

10.24.2014
Questus VP, Operations, Kris Rohman provides brands with an inside look at how agencies deal with staffing emergencies and turnover in the midst of delivering a consistent, groundbreaking product
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Mid-Funnel is the Digital Playground

10.20.2014
Questus Founding Partner, Jeff Rosenblum’s  Association of National Advertisers feature highlights brands taking advantage of a digital playground to create experiences that immerses their audiences in products and services that build trust to eventually create long-term evangelists.
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The NFL’s Problems Remind Us That Great Brands Are Built, Not Bought

10.01.2014

Questus Founding Partner, Jeff Rosenblum’s latest Digiday article draws a parallel around the NFL’s problems reminding us that great brands are built, not bought. Additionally, it highlights that advertising strategies need to change fundamentally to match changes in consumer behavior.

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