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Your brand story is a lot like a first date. It’s your one chance to make a great first impression. It’s a little scary – but it’s your open door to opportunity. With the right elements, your brand story will hook potential customers right from the start. Here’s how to make that first impression into one that customers will remember for a lifetime.

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Capacity Utilization: All End Markets Contracting Faster Capacity Utilization: All End Markets Contracting Faster In May, durable goods capacity utilization was 57.1%, which was a modest improvement over April. Compared with one year ago, capacity utilization contracted 24.4%.
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June Gardner Business Index: 44.7 June Survey Registers Second Month of Slowing Decline in Manufacturing
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Gardner Intelligence Offers Its Electronics End-Market Webinar Free Online Gardner Intelligence providing free access to its 2020/2021 electronics end-market webinar hosted on June 17th, 2020.
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