Mon.Nov 22, 2021

Unit4 pioneers the “hybrid analyst summit”

deal architect

Since Workday held its first Analyst Summit in 2010 - I had called their effort exhilarating - I have encouraged vendors to adopt a similar format. User Conferences are more for customers - I find analysts intrude on their time.

How To Help Employees Look Forward To Monday In A Hybrid Working World

YoungUpstarts

Adam Witty shares four steps for creating such a customer-centric company culture in a hybrid working world. The post How To Help Employees Look Forward To Monday In A Hybrid Working World appeared first on Young Upstarts.

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Don’t Let Daily Business Challenges Turn You Negative

Startup Professionals Musings

A “downer” is defined here as someone who seems to dwell on the negatives of every business challenge, and loves to highlight bad news or potential problems. No matter how smart or experienced this person may otherwise be, things must change or they will kill your startup.

3 Ways To Take Your Company From Product-Focused To Customer-Centric

YoungUpstarts

by Dr. Debbie Qaqish, ForbesBook author of “From Backroom To Boardroom: Earn Your Seat With Strategic Marketing Operations” and Partner/Chief Strategy Officer of The Pedowitz Group Companies that focus on being customer-centric can position themselves better for success than companies that don’t.

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 Virtual Bookkeeping Will Save your Startup

The Startup Magazine

Starting a business involves a lot of work and planning. You need to have an idea, a realistic business plan, and build your team. One of the positions you will need to fill is that of the bookkeeper. You can hire someone to your team, do it yourself, or hire a third party virtual bookkeeper. .

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Loan For Amazon Business: How To Get Approved

YoungUpstarts

It may be hard to secure financing in traditional institutions as an Amazon seller. Here are tips for securing funding for your Amazon business. The post Loan For Amazon Business: How To Get Approved appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others Amazon e-commerce ecommerce Funding online selling

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Work-Related Hearing Loss: 3 Things To Know

YoungUpstarts

Experiencing loud noises at the workplace? Here are some of the things that you have to know about work-related hearing loss. . The post Work-Related Hearing Loss: 3 Things To Know appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others health and safety hearing loss workplace health workplace safety

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Top Tips to Give Your Startup a Boost

The Startup Magazine

Getting your startup business off the ground and running is an achievement in itself, and you now have the foundations to build on to make it even more successful. This may entail changing your plans slightly, and you are going to need to keep working as hard as you did at the beginning.

Sara Mauskopf, Co-Founder & CEO of Winnie.com, Childcare Provider Marketplace, Raises $15.5 Million In Funding (VC EP21)

Entrepreneurs-Journey.com by Yaro Starak

Sara Mauskopf is the co-founder and CEO of Winnie.com, a marketplace platform that connects parents looking for childcare and preschool providers with over 250,000 centres around the USA. To date, Sara and her team have raised $15.5

How To Live Your Ideal Entrepreneurial Life

Duct Tape Marketing

How To Live Your Ideal Entrepreneurial Life written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Marketing Podcast with Gino Wickman. In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast , I interview Gino Wickman.

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How to Use Video to Promote Your Small Business

Up and Running

Using videos to promote your business can be effective if you follow a few simple rules and stay focused on showing—not telling—what the benefit of your product to your customers is. . With a small budget and a really cool idea, you can engage customers in unconventional ways.

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