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food drive competition

A Food Drive: Internal Competition and Helping the Community

We’re a competitive bunch in our office. We try to gamify a lot of what we do. DAVIS has high-achievers and people that grew up playing sports…the “win” is important! So, in order to guarantee that our internal events will be successful, we make it a competition. This goes for our community service programs, too.

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Workplace Lessons from the Olympics

4 Workplace Lessons to Take Away from the Olympics

As the Summer Olympics came to a close last weekend, many of us found inspiration in the athletes who competed for their countries. Hard work, determination and amazing team work were just a few things that put America ahead of their competitors. We as employees can learn many lessons from the athletes that worked towards […]

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A Call for Nominations! 2016 New England Innovation Awards

DAVIS is proud to be a sponsor of the New England Innovation Awards, presented by the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE) and now in its 31st year. This prestigious award recognizes companies and organizations from all industries for their exceptional product or service which has revolutionized the way problems are solved and businesses […]

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Diverge from the Competition – And Not on Price!

Today it doesn’t matter what industry you are in, where you’re located or whether you provide a service or product; the market is crowded and competitive. So how do you diverge from your competition? Perhaps you can separate yourself on price. You could undercut your competition however, often times the quality of your product or […]

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The Benefits of Friendly Office Competition

Last week a group of employees here at DAVIS decided that we are going to get our butts in shape this Fall, and created a friendly weight loss competition. This is a nine week competition ending just in time for 2015. We round tabled to create the rules, guidelines and rewards for the two biggest losers, […]

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