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6 Steps to Make the Most of Any Trade Show
Everyone wants to talk about digital marketing. It's fascinating, it's ever-changing, and you can track every detail. But
6 Signs You Shouldn’t Have Your Own Startup
Who hasn’t told themselves at least once (or twice) “I’ve got a great idea and it’ll be worth millions. It’s time
What to Do When Your Fundraising Is Not Going Well
One of the worst things that can happen to a CEO of an early-stage company is to be in the state of perpetual
4 Steps to Staying Motivated and Growing Your Startup
After the initial furor over launching your startup is over and done with, it’s time for the hard work to begin. The
You Do Not Overcome Depression, You Move Through It
I like formulas.
I like checklists.
I like one, two, threes; dotted 'i's and crossed 't's.
I like it when all I have to
8 Tips for Picking the Right Cloud Storage Provider
More and more businesses are trying to save space by using cloud storage space instead of the old-fashioned bulky and big
Startup Success: Why Everything Must Work Out In Your Favor
Last week I talked to a young, first time founder. Before we even talked about Techstars, he said:
“You know what? We
From Vacation to Workation: An Insider’s Guide for Digital Nomads
Traveling to exotic places can be addictive. The more places you go, the more you want to see and explore. You realize how
Big Data Analytics and the Evolution of the Supply Chain
Companies today are nearly overrun with massive amounts of data about their customers, suppliers, and even potential
Does 99-Cent Pricing Really Work?
We all want to know what the best price is for our products. What can we charge that will make people want to buy it most?
‘Soft Skills’ Are Driving the Digital Workplace
Is there an organization that doesn’t rely on technology to make the entire workplace more efficient? Unless you’ve been
12 Reasons Every Online Marketer Should Learn Code
You’ve heard it said before that learning how to code is a beneficial skill for everyone today. But maybe, as an online
6 Tips for Millennial Women Entrepreneurs
A recent study, The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Women’s Report, released in November 2015 reveals that female
7 Technologies Changing the Government
The Obama administration has made a consistent push to increase innovation and to increase the adoption of startups and
Here’s Why People Are Willing to Pay More for Uber
Uber has changed the public transportation game for the better. They have provided a smartphone-compatible means of getting
Top 25 Startup Ecosystems, Scored by Industry
A startup ecosystem is defined by the amount of companies launching in a particular city. But variety can go a long way in
The Top 10 Largest Startup Ecosystems in the U.S.
For years, the Bay Area has been considered one of the most prolific and innovative startup ecosystems in the world. With
HR Open Source Is a Bold Collaboration to Improve Recruiting and HR
Human resources (HR) is one of the most unsexy parts of any organization, but no matter the size or company age it’s a
Slow Down and Remember the Customer
With the pace the tech industry runs at, it's easy to buy into the idea that speed is a deliverable - "Move fast and break
5 Cybersecurity Threats Businesses Should Watch Out for in 2016
From phishing attacks to new and creative malware to infected laptops, cyber-crime is globally growing at an alarming rate.
Entrepreneurship Means Knowing When to Pivot
I've been wanting to write this post for months but wasn't sure how I wanted to put it. Over the last few weeks, I've gained