Speakers Announced for Common Good Breakfast Series: “Beyond Gridlock: Transportation for the Masses” on October 24

September 27, 2017

"Beyond Gridlock: Transportation for the Masses" will foster discussion about the impact of transit systems, and explore what plans are in the works for Minnesota. Read More »

Neuger Communications Group Hires New Graphics Specialist Hannah Peters

August 8, 2017

Peters joins the design team where she will contribute to the firm’s graphic design work including print materials, logos, graphics for websites and social media, and more. Read More »

Neuger Communications Group Selected as a Finalist for Holiday Video by the Society for Marketing Professional Services

July 27, 2017

Neuger Communications Group was recognized by the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) for their submission of their holiday video. Read More »

Speaker Announced for Common Good Breakfast Series: “Cultivating Entrepreneurial Spirit” on June 14

June 7, 2017

How can businesses continue to foster an entrepreneurial spirit? This breakfast event will explore how companies can encourage employees to identify opportunities for growth and evolution in a world of IPOs, mergers and giant corporations. Read More »


Summer Assignment: A Better Brand

By Betsey Garvey on July 27, 2015

Summer is in full swing – school is out, the fireworks have flown and the corn is well beyond knee high. The days are a little longer and life is moving a little slower. Read More »

Five Reasons We Design Custom Websites

By Daniel Edwins on May 18, 2015

With the rise of websites like Squarespace, Weebly and others, it’s easier than ever to start creating a website on your own. Why invest in a custom website when the barrier to entry is so low these days? Read More »

Trending Now

By Elin Odegaard on March 5, 2015

The turn of the calendar year is a popular time to reflect on trends of the past year and forecasts for the next. Read More »

Please Forgive Me For Boasting

By Dave Neuger on February 18, 2015

I am of Scandinavian-Lutheran heritage and I’m not supposed to be prone to bragging, but I cannot help myself. Read More »

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