Brightly Creative Becomes Trivia Pros Through Random Knowledge

Posted April 30, 2021 by Alyssa Stahr

Another Brightly Creative Happy Hour day is upon us. What’s that, you ask? It’s a virtual get together we concocted last May — has it really been a year — where we don’t necessarily talk shop. Instead we talk about family, life and most importantly, what we’re drinking for the occasion.  This

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Beginning Freelancers: Multitasking, File Organization and Time Savers

Posted April 22, 2021 by Jonathan Galbreath

I remember the first, and the second time, I became a freelancer. A pretty easy career shift (all you have to do is say it to yourself). As a post-grad with an expensive, irrelevant-to-the-industry college education, I knew very little about anything. I was just a creative kid who believed

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The Shelf Life of Fake Meat?

Posted April 15, 2021 by Keith Seiz

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but are they correct? I recently attended the Future Food-Tech virtual conference, and there was a lot of talk about fake meat — whether it was coming from plant-based ingredients or grown in a petri dish. During one roundtable I participated

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AI for Food and Beverage: The Technology of Now

Posted April 9, 2021 by Alyssa Stahr

Innovation in the food and beverage industry leaves me astounded almost every day. From plant-based “meat” mimickers to 3D printing of food to “new” globally-inspired ingredients that prompt me to Google “What is (insert fruit, oil, husk, grain, pulp or herb I haven’t heard of)?” Troubleshooting Cookies Lately I’ve been

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Making Virtual Events Noteworthy

Posted April 1, 2021 by Brightly creative.

In November, we published “Tips for a Successful Virtual Event,” at the end of a year like no other. We weren’t sure of what was to come; we didn’t know how long the “virtual” aspect of webinars, Zoom calls and video-only interactions would last. We’re now ending the first quarter

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