are very excited to announce that CMOR has been selected to participate
in the first year of the AthenaPowerlink Program
in Akron. The AthenaPowerLink
Program has been helping women-owned businesses
expand profitably through the use of professional advisory panels made
up of community business leaders. We are very excited to be
included in this program and look forward to working with our advisory
board over the next year.
At CMOR, our number one priority is creating lasting partnerships with
our clients to make sure that their research is uncovering new
opportunities for them. Contact
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and Amanda Barna
REPORT: Issues in the Region
important problem facing Summit, Stark and Cuyahoga county residents
are employment concerns such as not enough jobs and high unemployment.
Although the proportion of residents that cite employment issues as the
biggest problem in the county varies greatly amongst the three counties
(from 36% in Summit County to 55% in Stark County), employment issues
are clearly the number one problem, more than doubling the percentage
of the second most important concern.
Medina County, however, is a completely different story. Whereas
employment concerns are the number one issue in Summit,
Stark, and Cuyahoga Counties, employment concerns are the
fourth most important in Medina county. The most important
problems in Medina County are government and political issues
such as poor road conditions and ineffective government. Economic and
education issues are also more important than employment concerns
in Medina County.
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remainder of the article here.
2012 DSMA Award Recipient
Henry, President of CMOR, is among 28 who will receive Distinguished
Sales & Marketing Awards® (DSMA) from the Akron Affiliate of Sales
and Marketing Executives International.
The SMEI DSMA Award was established to recognize the best
in the sales and marketing profession. Sales & Marketing Executives
International (SMEI) is the worldwide organization dedicated to ethical
standards, continuing professional development, knowledge sharing,
mentoring students and advancing free enterprise.
Michelle was recently featured in the Akron Beacon Journal
with the other DSMA Recipients. You can view the excerpt here.
GREAT JOB MICHELLE!
was a huge month for the CMOR call center team.
of the team stepped up to the plate and showed exactly why we are the
best of the best. Through dedication, motivation, and determination we
averaged over 100 completed surveys per night. Our team is all about
setting the bar high, making records, and breaking records and we did
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