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Brainbase Reveals Virtual Office Tips

This is how Brainbase is keeping morale going during these uncertain times.

Businesses all over the globe have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone’s way of conducting business is changing.

License Global has asked for your work-from-home stories, strategies and more. We’re here for you, and so are many others in the licensing industry during this difficult time.

The employees at Brainbase have found new ways to stay engaged in the licensing world while working from home. Technology has become particularly key for staying connected with colleagues and customers.

“All Brainbase team members are working from home throughout Los Angeles, New York, Florida and Estonia, staying in touch with frequent video chats and virtual meetings,” says Greg Holtzman, marketing director, Brainbase. “Tools such as Asana, Slack and Google Docs have become more important than ever for us to collaborate and stay on track to meet our goals.

For those within the licensing industry, Brainbase has written multiple blog posts on services that could help during times like these, including one about Brainbase Assist as a whole and one on how it powers remote work.

In addition, the company has recently released the first episode of its “The Brainbase Podcast.”

“We’ll talk to industry leaders about how technology is impacting the future of brands, licensing, partnerships and intellectual property,” says Holtzman. “In this first episode, we sit down with Morri Chowaiki of The Shark Group to discuss his journey to becoming head of sales and retail for Daymond John and what it takes to get your innovative products on the shelves of top retailers.”


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