Think of the times you’ve wanted to document something but found yourself missing the actual experience. Snap Spectacles will change that.

SnapChat has always been a bit of an anomaly in the social media world. While other apps have carved out a specific niche, SnapChat has always had a bit of an identity crisis. Twitter is most frequently used for news, Instagram for visuals, Pinterest is for the lifestyle junkies, and Facebook is for your aunt Read More

Nothing delivers your message more effectively online today

Video has become the marketer’s best friend. Its ability to engage online consumers, tell stories and drive sales is a powerful force in today’s digital age. 52% of marketing professionals name video as the type of content with the best ROI. 76% of marketers plan to use video to boost their brand awareness campaigns. 96% of B2B Read More

Creating a Generation of Young Readers: That’s What Young + Free Means to Joelle MacPhee of Ooka Island

Several months ago we announced the official launch of Arc + Crown’s web series Young + Free. For the January edition we have Joelle MacPhee of Ooka Island, to share how she went from University grad to running the marketing for a tech start-up that made her grandmothers dreams come true. We hope you keep tuning in each month Read More

Representing Female Athletes in a High Intensity Sport: That’s What Young + Free Means to Natalie Maugeri

This month we profiled Natalie Maugeri. Natalie is a young athlete who has the drive and determination that successful individuals, no matter the industry, need to posses to thrive. We hope you can take a lot away from Natalie’s advice, and keep tuning in each month to be inspired by another Young + Free entrepreneur. Read More

The Power & Importance of Legacy Videos

They are an art form. A treasure chest awaiting to be opened; new discoveries every time someone views it. Legacy videos are a way to capture a moment in time, and re-live decades past for many years to come. My first time working on a legacy video came a few years back. A well-to-do family owned company commissioned a legacy Read More