Tue.Dec 04, 2018

Business Expenses: A study into employee breaks

The Startup Magazine

Business Expenses: A study into employee breaks. It’s important to continuously monitor any business expenses to ensure that operations run as smoothly as possible — but are you aware of how much employee breaks are costing? How many breaks should your workers have?

How to Start a Business in the Vaping Industry

The Startup Magazine

With Oxford Dictionary adding the word “vape” to its lexicon and an industry expected to be worth a staggering $61.4 billion by 2025, you would think that the vaping industry would be a sure win to get involved in. You might be right.

The Launch of Adero

Feld Thoughts

I’ve watched a pretty remarkable thing unfold in the past year that culminated yesterday in the launch of a new product from Adero. For a one minute overview, watch the video below. For a longer overview, read the Hello from Adero post from Nate Kelly, the CEO. Adero is shipping now.

SAP Nation 3.0 - early concept design

deal architect

I have not finished writing the book, but my design partners are already rolling out cover and back copy ideas Feedback welcome, thanks! ‘In In 1800, the US, then the original thirteen colonies, was a young, skinny country. 2/3rd of the

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5 Startup Tips From Successful Entrepreneurs


If you have the entrepreneurial spirit and want to start your own business, use these 5 startup tips from the experts to get your idea off the ground. Amazon, Apple, and Disney are three hugely successful companies that began in garages.

Mark Twain and Hasso Plattner

deal architect

As an analyst, I tend to be a bit dry and focus on product details and vendor economics. As an author, I become as Led Zeppelin says a “traveler in both time and space”. In writing SAP Nation 3.0,

Six (Doable Right Now) Tools To Amp Up Your Personal Persuasiveness


by Denise Dudley , author of “ Work It!: Get In, Get Noticed, Get Promoted ” . Thinking about how you come across to others? Want to make some improvements? Well, you’re certainly in good company.

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Building Online Credibility With These 4 Tips


Credibility is important in the business world, especially in service-based businesses. Consumers trust credible professionals over someone that they’ve never heard of before. And businesses can help build their online credibility in several ways. Start With Proof on Your Website.

Nine Tips To Improve Audience Growth For Your Startup

The Startup Magazine

Improving audience growth for your startup is probably the most important thing that you can do. You can get funding for your company that will help you grow, but you need to have an audience that is going to buy your products at some point.

Why Our 50/50 C-Suite Gender Split Makes Us A Better Company


by Kristi Turner, CEO of Compeat. Gender equality has become a hot topic, particularly with regard to the scarcity of female leadership in the technology industry. As more companies acknowledge that their C-suite is one-sided, many are also making a concerted effort to balance the gender split.

Lessons to Be Learned from Fast Growing Startups Like Bird

The Startup Magazine

The world of startups is ever-changing and evolving. It’s a world that is characterized by the ability of a startup to be agile and relevant to keep up with market shifts in a crowded media environment.

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How Online Coupon Sites Can Boost The Revenue Of Your Business


Hordes of shoppers would line outside a coffee shop just to get a free bag of donuts with their beverage. You would pick up that new brand of shampoo at the beauty store because it came with an extra free sample.

How to Show Your Employees They Are Valued — And Why It’s Important

The Startup Magazine

No one likes to feel unappreciated. When you go out of your way for someone – or even when you just do what is expected – and your efforts aren’t acknowledged or taken for granted, you’re not likely to want to put in the effort again. This applies even at work.

How to Adapt to the Changing, Small Business Public Relations Arena

Rembrandt Communications

Disrupt the System with DIY Small Business Public Relations. This article was originally published in B2B News Network). Promoting your business via television, radio, print, and online is essential to your business reputation and growth. After all, when potential customers read about you in their favorite media venues, you receive third-party credibility you can’t obtain any other way. However, the days of simply posting a general press release and getting media attention are over.

5 tips to choose the best payment gateway for your startup

The Startup Magazine

Payment gateways allow for payments to be made from financial institutions to the seller without directly disclosing account or bank details. In the past, people had less confidence in online shopping and assumed that they will risk their bank account details when transacting online.

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Logo Design Trends 2019: Your Ultimate Guide to Navigate The Biggest and Hottest Trends

crowdSPRING Blog

A logo is the visual centerpiece of a company’s brand identity. As we explained in The Small Business Guide to Creating a Perfect Logo : At its most basic, a logo is a small, symbolic piece of artwork that represents a business. But, we’ve dug a bit deeper than that.

Overcoming Setbacks by Nate Armstrong

The Startup Magazine

People who take risks sometimes experience failure. Everyone has experienced setbacks and disappointments in their lives. Whether these are business or personal difficulties, the process of getting back on your feet can be difficult.

The Challenges Financial Advisors Will Face in 2019 by Wendy Barlin

Mike Michalowicz

I’ve interviewed advisors and conducted research across the United States and have determined the most common theme for business success going into 2019, is to “specialize in a niche market”.

Challenges of Growing a Plastic Surgery Practice

The Startup Magazine

A plastic surgery practice is a bit tough to implement. The technology always changes and there’s innovation everywhere. According to Emet Digital CEO Maytal Giloba , a digital marketing agency specialized in growing plastic surgery practices advices surgeons to use new techniques.

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Entrepreneur Providing Networking Experiences Through a Networking Hub for Minority Millennials


Dallas-based organization, Boss Women Who Brunch continues to revolutionize the way millennial women network. As a curator of networking experiences, owner Marty McDonald is committed to helping women cultivate their dream careers by providing tips and tools from professionals in a way unlike others.

Beneficial Business Loans help Swedish Companies Grow

The Startup Magazine

Despite being a country with a small GDP, Sweden has been able to successfully and significantly compete in the world in the world market.

Aceable Lands $47 Million in Funding


Aceable, a mobile-focused platform for certification and training courses, announced Tuesday that is has closed on $47 million in venture capital. Sageview Capital led the Series B investment. Aceable plans to use the funds to expand into new markets nationwide, according to a news release.

Startup Fundraising Hacks: Raise More Money Faster

David Teten

I presented last month to the Harvard in Tech Emerging Founders Program on “Startup Fundraising Hacks: Raise More Money Faster” I have embedded the video and the slide deck below. The post Startup Fundraising Hacks: Raise More Money Faster appeared first on David Teten.

Lyft Launches Electric Scooters and Bikes in Austin


Lyft launched its dockless electric scooters and bikes in Austin Tuesday. The ride-hailing company joins Uber which launched Jump, dockless electric scooters in October in Austin and bikes last summer. Other electric scooter companies operating in Austin include Lime and Bird.

Why It’s Time to Embrace a Real CRM Tool for Your Business

Duct Tape Marketing

Why It’s Time to Embrace a Real CRM Tool for Your Business written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Using a spreadsheet or index cards to manage your clients may make sense when you’re first starting out: there aren’t that many to keep track of, and the clients you do have don’t have a long history with your business.