Author Archive | Sarah Aldrich, Freelance Consultant & Writer

August 2017 News 2: Carlson Wagonlit Travel Study Results

Carlson Wagonlit Travel Publishes Results of Business Traveler Productivity Study In a study conducted by Artemis for client Carlson Wagonlit Travel, business travelers find they are very productive while on the road due to more technology options. Business travelers are bringing more devices, carrying an average of four devices with them. See an infographic of […]

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August 2017 News: Fidelity Charitable Results

Fidelity Charitable Publishes Women and Giving Report Artemis client Fidelity Charitable has released insights about the impact of gender and generation on philanthropy. Their digital report includes guides to better giving for Millenial and Baby Boomer women, a beautiful infographic comparing the generations’ giving behaviors, case studies and a PDF of the entire report.    

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Ameriprise Study Results on How Siblings Talk About Money

A recently published Ameriprise study found that nearly two-thirds of siblings talk about money with each other and, of those, only 15% experience conflicts over money. These issues are usually about their parents (68% of the time). Other common causes of tension between siblings revolve around spending habits and different money values (56%), different income levels […]

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May 2017 News: Conference Talks and Client Results

Partner Anne Aldrich Presented at Card Forum and University of Maryland Partner Anne Aldrich, in collaboration with Artemis’ business partner Kimberly Gartner and David Hill from NetSpend, spoke at the 2017 Card Forum in Austin. Their presentation “Navigating the Financial Services Landscape: Using Information on How Americans Make Decisions to Inform Product Innovation” focused on […]

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Trends Series: America’s Financial Insecurity

A recent article published by The Atlantic titled “The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans” has been widely shared and discussed over the past couple of weeks—and not just in our circles. Writer Neal Gabler begins his piece with this startling statement: “Nearly half of Americans would have trouble finding $400 to pay for an emergency. I’m […]

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