Wed.Feb 17, 2021

The Analyst Cam: Adobe Developers Live

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As we have moved to virtual vendor briefings, I have increasingly been excerpting short segments (with permission from vendors), as part of my Analyst Cam series. I attended a few sessions at the Adobe Developers Live event and have excerpted. Analyst Cam

6 Cost-Cutting Recommendations For New Entrepreneurs

Startup Professionals Musings

It wasn’t so many years ago that starting a new e-commerce business on the Internet was a complex custom development project, usually costing a million dollars or more. Now you can do it for free, or a few hundred dollars, with one of the many web building tools available, like Shopify or Weebly.

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The Analyst Cam: Workday Vaccine Management

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As we have moved to virtual vendor briefings, I have increasingly been excerpting short video segments (with permission from vendors), as part of my Analyst Cam series. Barbry McGann, Executive Director, Office of the HRO at Workday returns to present. Analyst Cam

This Is How You Can Afford To Start Your Own Business

YoungUpstarts

You don’t always need a lot of capital in order to get your business started. It is possible for you to get started with little to no funding. The post This Is How You Can Afford To Start Your Own Business appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others business advice starting a business startup advice

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.

Announcing Our Investment in Carefull

View from Seed

I’m excited to announce our investment in Carefull. See here for more on the company and check out the product on Android and IOS. Carefull is a beautiful combination of three things that I love into one company, which is why I am so excited to be involved.

Sensible Startup – 6 Tips To Help You Launch Your New Business The Right Way

YoungUpstarts

Starting a new business is as exciting as it is daunting. Here are a few ideas to help you start your exciting new business on the right foot. The post Sensible Startup – 6 Tips To Help You Launch Your New Business The Right Way appeared first on Young Upstarts.

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Why Startups And Small Businesses Need Cybersecurity Policies

YoungUpstarts

Every business, big or small, should build their cybersecurity policies based on best practices in order to maintain data and applications secure. The post Why Startups And Small Businesses Need Cybersecurity Policies appeared first on Young Upstarts.

FLoC: Google’s Plan to Kill Off Third-Party Cookies

ConversionXL

Third-party cookies are the new Flash. Safari and Firefox have already started to wean advertisers from them. Now, reluctantly, Google is, too. Google plans to end Chrome’s support of third-party cookies by 2022, and they created a Privacy Sandbox to test new ideas and solicit feedback.

Technology Gives Remote Workers A Way To Communicate, But Something Is Missing

YoungUpstarts

One of the fundamental components to successful teamwork is communication, even for remote work. Clint Padgett shares some tips to help you manage and lead remote workers. The post Technology Gives Remote Workers A Way To Communicate, But Something Is Missing appeared first on Young Upstarts.

A Tale of Profit First Success from Sherri Tafoya, President & founder of Custom Blinds & Design

Mike Michalowicz

We love “transformonials ” – especially from those who have implemented Profit First! So when Sherri Tafoya, President and Founder of Customs Blinds & Design contacted us raving about the system, we asked her to share her experience and she graciously obliged. We could not be happier for Sherri and we hope that by sharing her story, you will feel empowered to implement the Profit First system if you haven’t already. Take it away, Sherri!

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Why Comfort Is The Key to Connection

Duct Tape Marketing

Why Comfort Is The Key to Connection written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Marketing Podcast with Jen Marr. In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast , I interview Jen Marr. Jen is the Founder of Inspiring Comfort, LLC.

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Sample Financial Policies & Procedures for Nonprofits

Board Effect

Regardless of your nonprofit’s size and no matter what types of services it offers, it’s essential to adopt financial policies and procedures. There are many benefits for your nonprofit in having formal financial policies and procedures.

Trading The Corporate World for Entrepreneurship with Carl White

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Trading The Corporate World for Entrepreneurship with Carl White written by Sara Nay read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Agency Spark Podcast with Carl White . The Agency Spark Podcast, hosted by Sara Nay, is a collection of interviews from thought leaders in the marketing consultancy and agency space.

Target Audience: Tips For Identifying Yours

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Women running their own businesses already face a set of obstacles their male counterparts don’t. Being a woman business owner comes with extra criticism, a more difficult home life, and difficulty juggling the work/life balance others seem to effortlessly strike.

Lightspeed founder Barry Eggers is one of the most powerful VCs as chair of the National Venture Capital Association. He predicts a tech boom under Biden.

Lightspeed Venture Partners

The post Lightspeed founder Barry Eggers is one of the most powerful VCs as chair of the National Venture Capital Association. He predicts a tech boom under Biden. appeared first on Lightspeed Venture Partners

Ways To Make Your Parking Lot Safer

Women Entrepreneurs Can

As a business owner, you want to prioritize your customer’s comfort and safety. Focusing on your store’s interior is a great way to accomplish this, but many businesses neglect the exterior of their storefront in the process. Your parking lot is more dangerous than you might think.

My favorite life hack: Forced Accountability

Jeff Hilimire

44,292 words. That’s the length of the first draft of my third book. I started writing it on January 6th, and I finished it this past Thursday, February 4th. Early each morning, usually around 6 or 6:30 a.m., I sat down to write. My goal was to write between 1,000 and 2,000 words each session. Some mornings I would struggle to get there, and some mornings it was a breeze. Writing 2,000 words usually takes me an hour and a half.). During that 30-day period, I missed two days.

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The Benefits of Physical Activity in the Workplace

Women Entrepreneurs Can

It’s no secret that exercise is good for us. But with how much time and energy we dedicate to our work each day, it can be hard to fit these activities into our schedule. This is why it’s becoming more common for business owners to promote physical fitness during more than just the off-hours.

School Bus Accidents: How to File a Personal Injury Claim Against Contractor

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Though pretty uncommon, school bus accidents can still be devastating. Due to their particularly large size and several passengers involved, the damages could be very high. According to a report, nearly 39% of school buses in the US are operated by private contractors.

Simplify Your Borrowing with Debt Consolidation

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Whether you’re eyeing buying a new car for yourself or paying for your education, debt is very likely to happen. And, arrears bring along high-interest rates and heart-wrenching monthly bills on loans and credit cards that are hard-to-manage.

Hassle-Free Measures to Keep Your Business Growth on Track

Women Entrepreneurs Can

According to a survey on entrepreneurs, if you start your company right now, it’ll take you 15 years to be successful, and the chances of success are only 25%. As a matter of fact, the U.S. Bureau of labor statistics also reports the same. But, what is the reason behind such a low success rate?