Mon.Mar 11, 2019

How To Focus On Relationships To Maximize Your Brand

Startup Professionals Musings

Brands are people first. Customers are people too, so customers tend to take their relationship with a brand personally. Thus it’s not a surprise that people love their favorite smartphone brand, cringe when you mention their cable company, or even hate the mention of a particular bank.

How to Run an Effective Networking Dinner

Both Sides of the Table

Photo by Juliette F on Unsplash Networking is a critical part of relationship building and there is no event more valuable to building relationships than the proverbial “breaking of bread” with people.

Qualtrics: Not just a shiny new object for SAP

deal architect

I want to be respectful of the NDAs SAP requested during the recent analyst summit but wanted to share early thoughts that crossed my mind as we were introduced to SAP’s new acquisition. We saw keynotes at the Qualtrics X4. Enterprise Software (IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP

Are You A Pleaser In Your Business? The Number 1 Pattern To Avoid


by Ben Ivey, The Fulfilment Artist. First of all let’s see if you are a pleaser: Do you say yes to everything? Do you give in order not to feel? Do you have lots of other people’s drama in your life? Do your own needs aren’t a priority compared to other people?

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Sun, Sand, and Software: Why Miami is Fired-Up for Tech


People who say Austin is the “next Silicon Valley” have obviously never been to Miami. Miami has its tropical climate, world-class art scene, and ample business crowd, technology companies have found a new home-sweet-home, leaving locals wondering what took so long?

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8 Signs you can finally start your own business

The Startup Magazine

Most of us find it hard to keep up with workplace rules and regulations. We want to work our way, that is working flexibly and with complete control. The 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey found that 63 percent of millennials want to move away from traditional employment and start their own business.

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The 6 Biggest Challenges Businesses Face Today


Nowadays, businesses of all sizes need to adapt to new marketing channels, invest in the best technologies, and attempt to compete on a global stage. As a result, it is almost impossible for a CEO or an employee to become an expert in every area of business.

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What Beginners Must Know About Day Trading Cryptocurrency Stocks Before Investing


Let’s start at the beginning. You may have heard many things about what a cryptocurrency is, but you may still be searching for an understandable definition. I was in the same boat for a long time.

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The Best Business Ideas to Get You Started

The Startup Magazine

Deciding to start a business is one of the most significant decisions in the life of a human being. It is why most entrepreneurs consult a business coach to guide them through some of the tough processes and decision-making levels of starting a business from scratch.

[INTERVIEW] Thomas Haughton, Winnipeg Executive, Vice President Of My Place Realty


As Vice President of My Place Realty , a Winnipeg-based property management company, Thomas Haughton and his team help people find high-quality multi-family residences that they are proud to call home.

Improving Survey Analysis: 3 Steps to Get More from Customer Feedback


Even if you collect customer feedback, it won’t have much value if your survey analysis falls short. From not preparing data correctly to jumping to conclusions based on statistically insignificant data, a lot can go wrong. Thankfully, there are some easy wins.

4 Tips To Start Your Own Business


After dreaming about it for years, it’s time to take the plunge. Now is the time to start your own business. Your idea is good, your plan is solid and your fire is lit — now all you have to do is put your nose to the grindstone and do what it takes to meet your entrepreneurial goals.

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What to Consider BEFORE Designing Your Business Cards

The Startup Magazine

Due to the modern way of living businesses/entrepreneurs today use business cards as a marketing strategy. Business cards are important, and they make you look professional as an entrepreneur.

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Protecting Your Startup Online: How To


While it’s never been easier to launch a new business venture, there remain some inherent risks. Some of those risks are the same issues that have faced entrepreneurs for centuries, but there are new threats that are unique to the digital age.

Last-Minute (and Year-Round) Tax Tips for Small Businesses

Up and Running

If you haven’t already filed your taxes, now is the time to get your information together to ensure that they’re filed on time and avoid costly penalties and unnecessary stress. It’s also the perfect opportunity to start organizing your taxes for the next filing season.

5 Apps To Help You Acquire, Engage and Retain Customers

YFS Magazine

If you're growing your small business, customer experience is everything. Here's a look at five online tools that get the job done well. . Customer Service Grow Technology business apps cloud based apps customer experience

If you’re not making video content, you’re not on the radar

NZ Entrepreneur

Video content is an important and integral component of business today. But why? What makes video content so powerful? And how do you do it if you only have a limited budget? I had the privilege to interview Alexander Bruce, an expert in videography.

A Quick Guide To Influencer Marketing Trends And Best Practices

YFS Magazine

Influencer marketing is on the rise. Here's a look at influencer marketing trends and how you can leverage them for your growing brand. Grow Marketing & Sales Influencer Marketing marketing

How to Build a Successful Brand With a SWOT Analysis

crowdSPRING Blog

Is your business struggling to grow? Is your brand failing to get traction? There’s a good chance that these two factors are related. And, that means it’s time to review your brand. Your brand is an essential part of your business.

How To Figure Out If You Should Accept A Client Project

YFS Magazine

There’s nothing wrong with doing one-time projects for one-time clients. But it’s not where profit lives. Try this instead! Grow Operations client management client relations freelancing project management solopreneur

TestFlight Reality (or the V2 Founder Problem)

Eric Friedman

I have been continuously hearing the same defensive pushback from founders when hearing critical feedback for about a decade. When a user/investor/stranger says “hey what about X” they are met with the same retort: “It’s fixed in the next build – here let me show you” Founder response to feedback. I called this the TestFlight Reality problem. The issue is that the majority of people are not on your app, nor are they in the TestFlight builds.

Facebook Critic Roger McNamee Says the Social Network Still Isn’t Doing Enough to Protect its Users


In an ironic twist, Roger McNamee, author of Zucked: Waking up to the Facebook Catastrophe, is taking out ads on Facebook to sell his book. This is guerilla warfare,” McNamee said. Facebook is a powerful social network and his book exposes the flaws in the social network and Facebook is also a way to get […]. The post Facebook Critic Roger McNamee Says the Social Network Still Isn’t Doing Enough to Protect its Users appeared first on SiliconHills. Austin

Effective Practices for Maximizing Your Ecommerce Customer Service

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Customer service and support have become very important for business success. Nowadays, consumers would rather do business with companies that provide exceptional customer service than companies with good product quality.

On Startups, Platforms, and Innovation

Ben's Blog

Editor’s Note: This testimony was delivered by managing partner (and former chairman of the board of the National Venture Capital Association) Scott Kupor to the FTC as part of their hearings — with various professors, policymakers, industry representatives, and other … cryptocurrencies & blockchains policy field notes M&A