On this episode of Mission CTRL, Ramon speaks to Richard Shapiro, founder of The Center for Client Retention. With well over 25 years of experience and two best selling books – Mr. Shapiro gives us a look at the world of client retention, and reveals the imperative steps a business must take to have repeat customers. Listen in as Ramon and Rich discuss what additional steps must be taken during the continuing Covid outbreak, and learn how to succeed even now!
Mission CTRL is Peralta Design’s podcast on all things branding, marketing and tech. Join our hosts Ramon Peralta and Jorge Pezo-Candelario as they share ideas with past clients, industry partners and the rest of the PD crew. Since 2008, Peralta Design has launched hundreds of brands using award-winning strategies for clients of all sizes; from start-up entrepreneurs to Fortune 500s.
The worlds of marketing and pop culture collide in this episode of Mission CTRL! Join Jorge and Ramon as they welcome esteemed guest Mike Patterson, and pick his brain about recent brand moves in response to a changing social climate. Whether it be the NFL, Aunt Jemima, or James Cameron’s Avatar; Mike has a lot to say that you won’t want to miss!
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Ramon and Brian Harniman dive even deeper into the travel industry’s response to COVID-19 and how things will never be the same after it. Did you know that LAX is using heat detection cameras to monitor body temperatures? Or that airlines have decided to fully pack their planes instead of having one seat gap between passengers? Episode 8 has all you need to know about the major changes you will encounter next time you travel!
Continuing our series about the future of industries, Ramon is joined by long-time friend Brian Harniman to talk about how the travel industry has been impacted. In this first part, Ramon and Brian reveal the inner workings of the travel industry, and how these hidden systems are rattled by a world of cancelled trips and events.
Welcome special guest Rob Tedesco as he and Ramon talk about the economic and commercial impact that COVID-19 has had on brick and mortar businesses. In this episode, Rob shares his insight on how businesses must make the transition to digital in order to survive. Other topics include the current reopening strategy, and retail’s evolution into a dominantly digital climate.
Join our hosts Ramon and Jorge as they discuss the reopening of non-essential businesses, the strategies they are taking, and the new normal that they are opening to. Learn more about how Peralta Design is dealing with this challenge as we work to slowly get back to normal, and what precautions we are taking to ensure it is done as safely as possible.
Animal Crossing anyone? In this episode of MissionCTRL, the PD team members discuss how they’ve each kept themselves “from being bored in the house and in the house bored.” Find out more about what we’re watching, listening, and doing to stay sane while staying safe.
People are on edge. What can we do to create better outcomes with our clients and employees during this unprecedented, stressful time? Join Ramon Peralta, our Founder and Creative Director, as he encourages businesses and entrepreneurs with uplifting advice and clear examples on how to navigate the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learning how to fail safely, quickly and efficiently is a lesson that can surprisingly be a huge opportunity for growth in your business. Being able to rapidly prototype and try out new business models helps to determine what works and what doesn’t before you invest heavily in something that’s uncertain. Ramon and Jorge discuss experience with learning to be in “Constant Beta” and how companies both large and small can avoid the perils of failing to launch by learning to fail effectively.
For Mission CTRL’s first episode, Jorge, Ramon and Danny take a look into what is arguably branding’s biggest stage of the year, the Super Bowl! Nowhere else can you get the chance to market to a television audience of over 90 million and big companies shell out big bucks for the opportunity to catch the attention of the American public. We review the stand out efforts from this year’s batch of commercials both in terms of strong and memorable ads along with ones that weren’t as strong.