Thu.Dec 03, 2020

New Normal: A conversation with Bruce Bond of Common Ground Committee

deal architect

I have been doing video interviews with a number of C-level executives about acrobatics they have been seeing in various vertical sectors during the COVID-19 and related financial, diversity and other crises and the "New normal" they can expect going

Creative Options For US Companies Who Advertise In Japan

YoungUpstarts

It is no secret that the marketing and advertising industries foster some of society’s most interesting and innovative talents. Japan is one of the top countries spending the most on advertising.

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How to Make Your Business Grow Huge in 2021

The Startup Magazine

The year 2021 is set to be a very prosperous year. Having braced ourselves for the countless setbacks caused by the novel Coronavirus outbreak, we are ready to make big waves in this coming year. The 2021 business spirit is adaptive. It is driven, spirited, and does not take no for an answer.

Unconventional Ways To Break Into The Singapore Market: Where To Start?

YoungUpstarts

Offering access to an English-speaking business environment, a business-friendly tax and legal system, and a highly-skilled workforce, Singapore offers an ideal market for global expansion.

Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

Why Do SaaS Companies Struggle To Retain Top Talent?

YFS Magazine

I recently researched the churn rate by industry, and found that the technology industry has one of the worst employee retention rates. Grow Human Capital Technology churn rate employee retention HR human resources saas technology

Is Hong Kong A Good Market For My International Business?

YoungUpstarts

Hong Kong is a great place to start if you have been contemplating expanding your business to Asia. If you have been planning to expand your international business to Hong Kong, you are not alone. Many foreign investors have opted to expand to this promising market to tap into new opportunities.

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Four Reasons Why Supporting A Charity Is Good For Business

YoungUpstarts

Studies have shown time and time again, that if they were given the chance, 82% of people would choose to purchase from someone who was philanthropic. For this reason, it’s worth trying to be the company who support others.

Staying afloat through the crisis with non-bank finance

The Startup Magazine

The COVID-19 economic crisis created many challenges for businesses across Australia. Many have struggled to survive for want of cash flows. Banks are bound by their set rules, and have been frequently unable to extend the necessary financing.

The Lodging And Travel Industries Will Reckon With A Multi-Year COVID-19 Event Horizon: 2021 Lodging Trends & Predictions

YoungUpstarts

by Pamela Knudsen, Director of Compliance Services for Avalara MyLodgeTax. As the world struggles to control the spread of Covid-19, the travel and lodging sectors continue to navigate the unprecedented turbulence and major business challenges delivered by 2020. The U.S.

Tips To Create A Positive First Impression In Your Business 

The Startup Magazine

It takes only seven seconds of meeting someone for them to have a solid impression about you and your business venture, according to Forbes. Making a great first impression matters a lot in business.

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When A Business Can Be Sued For Personal Injury

YoungUpstarts

When thinking about personal injury, what comes to mind most likely is an injury to you or your loved one due to the negligence of another person. Maybe a car accident, an accident at work, a dog bite, or a claim due to medical malpractice. What qualifies as a personal injury?

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How to Leverage Micro VC Funds to Build an Angel Portfolio

This is going to be BIG.

Fund investing, like adulting, is boring. That’s the first thing anyone trying to raise a fund needs to understand, as well as anyone thinking about investing in one. The partner at the fund, the VC, gets to do the fun part—the meeting with founders, vetting deals, negotiating, helping, etc.

5 Important Things to Consider Before Hiring a Credit Repair Agency

The Startup Magazine

Having a poor credit score can drastically reduce your chances of securing a loan and acquiring certain services. If you feel that your credit score is crippling your investment efforts or holding you back in some way, then it’s crucial that you get it fixed.

5 Email Resolutions That Don’t Have to Wait for 2021 — Outpost Webinar

Up and Running

As you approach the year’s end, are you thinking about what you’d like to change in 2021? Well, when it comes to improving email productivity, your team doesn’t have to wait. In fact, there are 5 things you can do right now to upgrade your productivity. Webinar details.

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How banks are developing apps for their customers

The Startup Magazine

Nowadays, almost everything can already be done online. Emails have largely replaced the traditional snail mail, people from all over the world can communicate with other people using social media applications, and even grocery shopping can be done online.

Are you innovating because of need or inspiration?

Berkonomics

Most innovations come from responding to a customer’s needs, or finding a niche where products need improvement or extension. It is rare to innovate using a blank sheet of paper in a room with bare walls and no other contributors. A thought exercise.

How Startups Can Support Mental Wellbeing In This Moment

The Startup Magazine

There is a reason “unprecedented” is regularly used to describe the start of this new decade. Life as we know it is a far cry from life as we knew it, with sudden global shifts to supply chains and operating conditions impacting heavily upon startups.

Make it Real – Write it Down

Start Up Blog

Things of value need to be held onto and protected. Some things become more valuable the longer we hang onto them, or when we put them to use and unlock their potential. Our thoughts are one of these things. There’s a good friend I speak to nearly every day.

How to Help Employees Who Have Trouble with Finances

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Ensuring that employees not only thrive within their professional environment but also within their day-to-day life is essential to further their growth as talented individuals contributing to your organization.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 15 – Mid Term– Congressman Mike Gallagher

Steve Blank

We just held our fifteenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War.

How to Stand Out in a Largely Unregulated Energy Industry

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Moving into the energy industry was a smart move. Today, the profit margins are high, especially for companies willing to invest in green technologies to help save the planet.

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