Colin Linneweber

Colin Linneweber is an experienced writer who creates content for renowned television networks, Fortune 500 companies, and multiple industry sectors.

Colin, who produced online content for Yahoo! Finance, Business Insider, Modern Metals, CBS Sports, and the New England Sports Network (NESN) among prominent media outlets, works as a freelance copywriter, content creator, and editor.

For all inquiries, email Colin at colin.linneweber@gmail.com.


Creating social media calendars for clients from multiple industries

B2C newsletters, SMS campaigns, SEO, B2B case studies, eBooks, speeches, blog posts, feature articles, brochures, feature broadcasts, press releases, thought leadership content

Blog post: How the coronavirus pandemic exposed America’s supply chain network

The U.S.-China trade war and the coronavirus pandemic have made a few things abundantly clear: Relying on foreign manufacturers is a risky, challenging, and, oftentimes, unwise business practice. Even before the COVID-19 outbreak, many economists and academics argued that America was excessively reliant on foreign manufacturers, particularly China, for too many vital products. Bob Forshay, a longtime supply chain consultant and supply chain management instructor who founded Boulder, Colorado-bas

Feature article: Five defining moments in boxing over the past 50 years

Every sport has memorable moments that define the game forever. Football has “The Drive,” hockey has the “Miracle on Ice,” and basketball has Game 6 of the 1998 Finals. Conversely, there are ugly moments in sports that taint how we see the game. Over the last 50 years, we’ve seen many highs and lows in boxing. Below are five moments that have had a lasting impact on boxing, for better or worse.

Thought leadership content: The basics of customs duties for multinational organizations

Customs duties play a pivotal role in shaping the strategies and operations of businesses, affecting their costs, competitiveness and access to international markets.

Also known as import duties or tariffs, customs duties are government-imposed indirect taxes on goods that are manufactured in one country and moved into another. These duties are typically paid by the importer at entry points, such as ports or borders. Businesses can face considerable financial and reputational losses if they do not comply with customs regulations.

Feature article: Dale Evers used raw materials to fabricate a replica of Carlos Santana’s Paul Reed Smith guitar

Dale Evers used raw materials to fabricate a replica of Carlos Santana’s Paul Reed Smith guitar

July 26, 2017 - “Some songs are just like tattoos for your brain,” said Carlos Santana, 70, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. “You hear them and they’re affixed to you.”

Music inspires Dale Evers, a sculptor and designer who deeply admires Santana’s wizardry with a guitar. Music helped spawn his adoration for arts.

“Rock ‘n’ roll music defined my life in so many ways,” say

Thought leadership content: EU Platform Work Directive and the importance of worker classification

After two years of negotiations, European Union lawmakers have tentatively agreed on a bill to improve the working conditions of platform workers, commonly known as gig workers.

If approved, the Platform Work Directive (PWD) would require digital labour platforms to reclassify their workers as employees rather than independent contractors. The reclassification would grant platform workers labour protections, collective bargaining rights, job security, and access to social security and employee

Feature article: Max Hazan brilliantly fabricates stunning motorcycles out of scrap metal

Max Hazan brilliantly fabricates stunning motorcycles and motorbikes out of scrap metal

November 2016 - Max Hazan is an atypical artist who has earned widespread praise for his ability to convert scrap metal into stylish, customized motorcycles and motorbikes. Born in 1981, Hazan spent countless childhood hours watching his father craft various items at his workshop on Long Island. Although he was “kind of born with a handy gene,” Hazan’s concentration shifted elsewhere and he earned a degree i

Blog post: How the U.S. manufacturing industry can gain skilled workers

A mother of a teenage boy sits weeping at a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) meeting. Why is she sobbing uncontrollably? Has her son been suspended from school? Has he committed a crime while off school grounds? Is her child sick? Fortunately, the teenage boy is healthy and has always avoided trouble. She is despondent because her son won’t consider attending college, and he’s determined to become a welder after graduating from high school. Unfortunately, this isn’t a concocted story. Tim Stephe

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