Thu.Nov 19, 2020

The Analyst Cam: ASUG interview of SAP CEO Christian Klein

deal architect

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. Geoff Scott, CEO of ASUG, interviewed Christian Klein, CEO of SAP, on a wide.

Can Do Colorado – A New Energize Colorado Project

Feld Thoughts

During the Covid crisis, I’ve been regularly discussing the dramatic amplification of inequities that already existed.

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How To Sell Your Business For Maximum Profit And Why It’s Best To Sell When Business Is Thriving

YoungUpstarts

by Michelle Seiler Tucker , author of “ EXIT RICH: The 6 P Method to Sell Your Business for Huge Profit “ Successfully starting and growing a business can be a tough challenge for even the most adept entrepreneurs.

How to Open an Online Store in 7 Easy Steps

The Startup Magazine

eCommerce has really hit its stride. In Q2 2020, more than $1 in every $5 was spent online, and experts predict that retail eCommerce sales will reach $4.1 trillion by the end of the year. With that much money on the table, this might be the right time to consider joining the eCommerce bandwagon.

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.

Brand Guidelines. How Useful Are They Really? Does Anyone Ever Read Them?

YoungUpstarts

by Victoria Heyward, Brand Marketing and Communications Manager at Bright. Hands up who’s read their company brand guidelines? Take an extra ten points for Griffindor if you can remember where they’re stored.

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Why You Need to Know the Value of Your Business Before Selling

The Startup Magazine

Before you can put a price on something, you should have a good understanding of what a reasonable buyer might be willing to purchase it for.

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Office Options: 4 Alternatives to working from home

Our Own Start-up

Between the kids playing and fighting and the dogs barking, working from home is not always the best option. The post Office Options: 4 Alternatives to working from home first appeared on Our Own Startup.

How Email Personalization Helps eCommerce Websites Generate Sales

The Startup Magazine

Email marketing is a powerful tool in the arsenal of an eCommerce website owner. However, over the years the general public has learned to increasingly ignore generic mass emails. The answer to this is email personalization, and surprisingly 70% of brands don’t use it properly.

How to Enhance Your Global Content Localization Strategy in 2020

Up and Running

Localization services are needed more than ever before to help businesses reach and retain new foreign audiences. Content marketing — communicating with your marketing using interesting articles, visuals, and videos — has been well established as a primary method of capturing and keeping attention.

Have you heard? Eyeballs aren’t everything.

Berkonomics

Remember when? Back when we were all trying to figure out the real value of traffic on the web, investors – and acquiring companies – got a bit crazy with metrics used to value acquisitions and investments.

Ways To Make Your Restaurant Stand Out

Women Entrepreneurs Can

The restaurant business can become monotonous after a while. As a restaurateur, you want to shine on your own and set yourself apart from the crowd. So, here are a few ways to make your restaurant stand out. Cultivate a Unique Atmosphere.

ZenBusiness Raises $55 Million for its One-Stop Business Platform for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

SiliconHills

ZenBusiness, an online platform to help small businesses incorporate and stay compliant with regulators, announced Thursday that it has raised $55 million in additional funding. To date, the Austin-based company, founded in 2017, has raised $74.5 million.