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How can you increase your chances of getting a response to an email? A study of 350,000 emails found that common sign-offs like "best" or "cheers" may not be the best choice. http://tinyurl.com/hwwn4ud 

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Obama was not the only president who left his mark on the science world. How many more do you know? http://tinyurl.com/js8rpq2

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In a special Valentine's day move, Pfizer worked with a relationship expert to revamp their rheumatoid arthritis website. A move aimed at emotional connection, their goal was to provide lifestyle advice and resources for people dealing with RA. http://tinyurl.com/jtqp3ls #client

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Yesterday we unveiled our new brand. CG Life better reflects our renewed commitment to growth in life science and healthcare—and beyond. Our love for science remains. But we’re focused on doing life—and all that it entails—right. We’re advancing on a daily basis. http://bit.ly/2lNRjYR


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“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” - Helen Keller

We are excited for what is to come as we expand our brand to encompass healthcare and life science. Thanks for all your support in helping us celebrate our rebrand from Chempetitive Group to CG Life. Here's to the next 15 years...and beyond! 
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Happy Valentine’s Day. We aorta tell you something...Chempetitive Group is now CG Life. http://bit.ly/2lN45YD 

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Coffee break and a sneak preview of posters at #AGBT17
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Email remains the most trusted form of online communication, but small aspects of email can prevent people from ever seeing your message. What factors improve the effectiveness of your email marketing? 

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In 7 days, something besides Cupid is on the way…

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From Fitbit to ATMs, the Internet of Things is becoming widespread. What impact is it having in the life sciences? 
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