Back in the Day Series: From Call Centre to Call Success

When I started my career in public relations, I never would have expected that the part-time jobs I held throughout high school and university would be the source of the skills I rely on every day in my professional life. I started my first ‘real’ […]

Stop Marketing to Millennials.

As a digital marketer, using “millennial” as a marketing target just doesn’t cut it for me. A diverse generation spanning 20 years is not an effective target that can be used as part of a marketing strategy. While there is no precise date range for […]

From the Intern’s Desk: Kelly’s Week in Review

Hi everyone, Kelly here! It was another busy week at the Flying Camel Headquarters! As a marketing student, I’ve learned all about the 4 P’s of marketing: Product, Price, Place, and Promotion. Last week at the Flying Camel, I discovered my own 4 P’s: Planning, […]

Is there such a thing as “bad press” in social media?

In April, Target Corporation – the second-largest discount retailer in the United States — took a stance  on a sensitive issue, announcing that it would allow its team members and customers to use the washroom facilities that best correspond to their gender identity. Target’s decision got us […]

Meet the Summer Interns!

  Hi everyone! We are Kelly and Payton, two of the newest camels to earn their wings. We will be working for Flying Camel for the next four months. We thought we would share with you a mini interview we gave each other so you […]

Is “Authentic” the new “All-Natural”?

Walk down any aisle at the grocery store and you’re likely to come across many packaged goods claiming to be “all-natural”. After taking the time to read the ingredients you will quickly come to realize that the term “all natural” is, in fact, meaningless. Has […]