Here at shark&minnow we are starting the year with a great deal of gratitude. 2014 was a year of big change for Eric & I. shark&minnow saw amazing growth…as did our household with the addition of our precious little Max. We have been honored & humbled to work with our amazing clients. Our clients have trusted us & in the process opened themselves up to try new things,… Read more »
We have the distinct pleasure of working with many clients where the challenge is not creating a brand/product story, but helping them to find a brand-right way of telling that story to their various audiences. It’s no surprise to most of our clients that content, to use a cliche, is king. What often times is a bit of a culture shift is helping them to find their voice in a way that is entertaining, valuable… Read more »
Recently we were approached by Joy Roller, President, Global Cleveland. Since meeting her upon returning to Cleveland 5 years ago, we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know her in different capacities (first while she worked at the Detroit Shoreway CDC when we were residents/began TEDxCLE in that area, then as she took the helm at emerging talent attraction organization Global Cleveland, next as she took the stage for TEDxCLE 2013… Read more »
CLEVELAND, Ohio–Whether you spend your life in Greater Cleveland, leave for good or–like many–leave and come back, that Clevelandness shapes the way you work and innovate. That’s the subtle theme behind this year’s Cleveland TEDx event, the speaker series designed to enlighten and inspire with ideas condensed down to 18-minutes. The fifth edition of TEDxCLE—an affiliate of the popular series of TED conferences–will unfold Friday afternoon at the Cleveland Museum of Art. It’s offering 14… Read more »
Anyone that watched the Grammy Awards on Sunday saw a Red Bull commercial promoting the House of Art. “Red Bull House of Art is a program for up and coming artists to develop their skill and showcase their abilities in a collaborative and inspirational environment by exploring new themes and innovative ideas. From Baroque to Banksy, the art world is always rebuilding from the foundation up. It’s this principle that is the bedrock… Read more »
While we’re sure Ms. Stewart shares our fondness for the evergreen (or grey) wardrobe staple, we’re actually talking about the Brian Jasinski’s design outfit. Four years ago we began seeing his distinctive, often retro-inspired style popping up at galleries & boutiques throughout the Cleveland area. We loved the work so much that Eric commissioned a custom piece based on a photo of the two of us that we have hanging in our living… Read more »
We were humbled to have been included in a small group of folks that were invited to The Sydell and Arnold Miller Pavillion at The Cleveland Clinic (or more specifically, its unbelievable roof terrace – I’m told there is lunchtime yoga up here and I want IN) last week for a state-of-the-Clinic event. After a few minutes of mingling, hors d’oeuvres eating & beverage enjoying, we gathered to hear from… Read more »
Cleveland’s fourth official TEDx event, TEDxCLE will take place Thursday, March 21st, 2013 at the Cleveland Museum of Art, beginning at 1 p.m. At TEDxCLE, Cleveland’s innovators will speak on a variety of topics in order highlight areas in which Cleveland is excelling and reinventing itself. This year’s event highlights ways that the corporate & non-profit sector as well as those at the grassroots level can come together to create a bright, sustainable… Read more »
We were recognized as “Jews of Interest” by the Cleveland Jewish News! Read the article “CJN Jews of Interest: Hallie Bram Kogelschatz and Eric Kogelschatz” here and watch the video below. Thank you Mike Butz for an outstanding article.
Nonprofits are part of the fabric of Northeast Ohio. Did you know that there are… 4,700 public charities in Cuyahoga County $35 billion in total assets 1,400 private, corporate and community foundations $140 million foundation dollars to Cleveland nonprofits annually 12% nonprofit employment as a share of total private employment View the infographic as an image Learn more about nonprofits in Cleveland and visit the Foundation Center website
Cleveland Medical Mart signs two healthcare giants: General Electric Healthcare Systems and the Cleveland Clinic Philips Healthcare and University Hospitals partner for Cuyahoga County Medical Mart venture IBM super-computer Watson partners with the Cleveland Clinic An interactive LED lighting installation in the Great Ormond Street children’s hospital in England turns it into a magical forest called The Nature Trail The AliceCor Heart Monitor is an iPhone… Read more »
Part rock n’ roll circus, part game show, part city-wide art project, The Lottery League returns to Cleveland’s music scene in 2013. This year’s Lottery League begins with Draft Night, which takes place at the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern on Friday, February 1st, 2013. The grand finale of the 2013 Lottery League — known as The Big Show — will take place at the world-famous Agora on Saturday April 6th, 2013, and it will be FREE for all!
All videos from TEDxCLE 2012: The Maker Class on Friday, April 20th at The Cleveland Museum of Art have been posted online! You can watch all of the videos here. Thanks again to everyone that supported the event, including speakers, sponsors and volunteers, we could not have done this without you. If you haven’t seen photos from the event, make sure you check them out here.
Our friendship with Brian Jasinski started at Dinner with Strangers created by Danielle DeBoe of Room Service and Dredgers Union. Since then, we have become great friends. We love Brian as a dear friend and are always inspired by his amazing work.
Project: Young Mensches Website Description: We recently launched a new website for Young Mensches on Friday, July 27, 2012. Young Mensches is a young professionals group for Jewish men and women, single or married, in their 20′s and 30′s from the Greater Cleveland area. Website: www.youngmensches.com
Then this year for TEDxCLE 2012: The Maker Class, we partnered with Cleveland Public Library (CPL) on #CLEBookHunt. It was exciting because we got to meet a lot of the staff members and learn more about the organization. This is when we heard about TechCentral. We were excited then, but seeing it in person surpassed all expectations!
The Cleveland Museum of Art has done an amazing job with their signature Summer Solstice Party every summer. It is truly the best party in Cleveland, hands down. Most people don’t know that CMA continues this fun throughout the year. They do this through intimate exhibition openings. The first event since the Summer Solstice Party will be Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties on Friday, July 20, 2012 from 5:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
As many of you know, Eric & I take time out from our lives as “civic avengers” to tend to our alter egos as advertising executives during the old 9-5 (if only those were the hours we worked – ha!). Since returning to Cleveland I’ve spent my days as the Director of Studio Services & Content Generation (longest. title. ever.) at Uppercut Motion & Sound. I post about my staff & our work from time… Read more »
We couldn’t be more pleased to share our 2012 speakers with you. What a fascinating crew of people – many suggested by the Cleveland community. Truly a collective effort has helped to shape this year’s event, dubbed TEDxCLE: The Maker Class.