The Designsensory team headed to neighboring Lenoir City, Tennessee to support our friends at the Roane Alliance at their annual gala. Learn more about our trip here.
Josh Loebner, Designsensory’s director of strategy, was invited to participate as a panelist to discuss advancing diversity in the workplace at the University of Tennessee. Learn more.
Designsensory recently hosted University of Tennessee American Marketing Association students, when an inquisitive, enthusiastic group toured our digs and learned about agency life.
We’re proud to say that several staffers at Designsensory hold leadership positions in professional organizations around Knoxville, and they’d like to share their experiences with you.
Designsensory has a long-standing relationship with Goodwill Industries of Knoxville. We’ve created the print materials for the Goodwill Vintage Fashion Show the past 10 years, and we’re proud supporters of their work in creating local jobs.
We are thrilled to have three new interns with us this summer. Each of them bring something different to DS. Get to know them and why we think they are great.
With a history of working with tourist destinations, government agencies, attractions and events, it made sense for Designsensory to become a member of the Southeast Tourism Society.
This September, Designsensory parterned with Goodwill and A Secret Safe Place for Newborns in Tennessee to do good in our local community.
A Secret Safe Place for Newborns of Tennessee hosts its annual Rock the Cradle fundraiser at Maryville College Alumni Gym on September 13, starting at 6 p.m. Musicians Laurel Wright and Smooth Groove headline the event. Proceeds from Rock the Cradle will fund education and awareness initiatives of the Safe Haven Law for women across Tennessee, informing them that an option exists for those who are pregnant and scared.
It's a spring awakening of mammoth proportions, when Leadercast, a business leadership development and networking event, is simulcast live to hundreds of locations around the world. Cindy and Ed Seaver, founders of the Legacy Centre for Family Business & Entrepreneurship, plan and dedicate countless hours and resources to annually host the Knoxville area's day-long Leadercast program.
During the 2014 Leadercast, we learned about "Beyond You" leaders, who fearlessly empower current and potential leaders around them. Tenets with backbone were key takeaways, such as Andy Stanley's advice: "The value of a life is measured in terms of how much of it was given away" and "Learn to expand your celebration of generosity and selflessness." The resounding question is and should be, how can I help others?