Tue.May 19, 2020

New Normal: Conversation with Neeracha Taychakhoonavudh of Salesforce

deal architect

I have been doing video interviews with a number of CIOs, software executives and practitioners about acrobatics they have been seeing in various vertical sectors during the COVID-19 crisis and the "New normal" they can expect as the economy wakes. Cloud Computing, SaaS Global and Vertical extensions New Normal COVID-19 Vertical Markets (Banking, Retail etc

How To Start Your Online Learning Business In College


Setting foot in your college or university presents a plethora of challenges. It marks the start of your adult life and prepares you for the corporate world that you’ll enter sooner in life. While the costs of tuition and educational requirements are quite unforgiving, you can leverage your opportunity as a college student to start an online learning business, especially if you’re gifted with academic intelligence.

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Bevy is Emerging as a Leader in Software for Building Virtual Communities???with $15 million to?

Both Sides of the Table

Bevy is Emerging as a Leader in Software for Building Virtual Communities?—?with with $15 million to Prove It The venture capital world has started firing up a few cylinders again and looking for businesses that it believes will help us all succeed in ways that resonate with new ways of working as we begin to return to work. It’s clear things have changed for good and the need for managing remote communities of employees, customers and partners has become ever more important.

Use This Time To Look Inward As A Way To Manifest Creativity


by Martha Alderson, author of “ Boundless Creativity: A Spiritual Workbook for Overcoming Self-Doubt, Emotional Traps, and Other Creative Blocks “ Many of us are finally settling into a place of acceptance about our new reality. One way to use your time while staying at home, sheltering-in-place, or under quarantine is to look inward and explore your emotions. Emotions define us, direct our actions, and express where we are in our spiritual evolution.

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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.

3 Essential First Steps To Marketing Your Business Online

YFS Magazine

Online businesses are a boomtown for entrepreneurs. Here's a look at three initial steps you should take when marketing your business online. Grow Marketing & Sales marketing online business online marketing recommended starting a business

How To Negotiate Your Salary


Although it can seem daunting, salary negotiation gives you an opportunity to walk into a new role with a salary and benefits package that matches your wants, needs, and value. . If you’re ready to make the move to a new company or want to enhance your existing package, here’s our advice on how to negotiate your salary with confidence. . Understand Your Value. Before you jump into salary negotiations, you’ll want to get clear on what your value is and what you can realistically ask for.

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Three Leadership Pitfalls To Avoid While Leading In This Crisis


by Alain Hunkins , author of “ Cracking the Leadership Code: Three Secrets to Building Strong Leaders “ Believe it or not, it was just a few short weeks ago when we naively thought that we were already being challenged to lead in a world of constant disruption. In 2018, I wrote: If there’s one constant in today’s workplace, it’s change. VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) has not only entered the common parlance, it’s now business as usual. Oh, how little I knew.

Brian Chesky goes behind the scenes of Airbnb's crisis management and his vision for the company's second founding

Startup Lessons Learned

I've known Brian Chesky, Co-Founder, CEO and Head of Community at Airbnb for a long time. We’ve been allies and comrades-in-arms in trying to lay out what it means to be a 21st century company. What does it look like to truly share power and opportunity with multiple stakeholders? What can organizations do to remain true to their vision for generations to come? He has a unique business philosophy: broadly shared prosperity achieved by making promises that stakeholders can believe.

Tips for Making a Great First Impression At Your New Job

The Startup Magazine

Everyone wants to make a great first impression on the first day of a new job. And, in most cases, it’s easier than you might think. Most employers don’t have high expectations for the first day or even week because that’s when new employees are learning about the job and where they fit into the company culture. It’s a time to “get your feet wet,” so to speak. But there are still ways you can leave a bad taste in your employer’s mouth. And that’s about the worst thing you can do.

5 Types of Video That Improves Marketing Content

Duct Tape Marketing

5 Types of Video That Improves Marketing Content written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Video content is a hot topic in marketing circles. We’ve been seeing studies for years now that video is the way people want to consume content. Search engines continue to reward businesses with video on their homepage with additional traffic. So if you haven’t yet embraced video, now is the time to start.

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How to Choose the Right Company to Help Manage Your Data

The Startup Magazine

Data quality management is hugely important in today’s business world. When data is poorly managed, it can lead to financial losses, wasted employee productivity, and a loss of the company’s reputation. It makes sense that every company needs someone to help with their data management strategy and operation. For recommendations about a Master Data Management provider, Gartner MDM rankings can provide useful analysis.

Join Me Thursday for a Business Town Hall with Rep Joe Neguse

VC Adventure

Sorry for the short notice but I’ve been working with Rep Joe Neguse (CO 2) to put together a Business Town Hall this Thursday, May 21st at 11:00MT. Joe’s been a real champion of small business (in particular minority and women-owned businesses) and I’m really glad that he’s agreed to do this. Joe has been one of the most available Congressmen during his time in office holding over 24 town hall events in his first year in Congress alone. .

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Female Founder Interview: Melissa Kehl and Office Design and Manufacturing

The Startup Magazine

Here’s another from The Startup Magazine Female Founder Series. We interviewed Ms. Melissa Kehl, President/Owner of Reike Office Interiors. Her early challenges and inspiring successes provided her with a unique set of tools and insights that she uses to grow her business and adapt with new business ideas, especially in this current coronavirus-focused environment. Melissa has grown ROI over the years expanding services and building a loyal and capable team.

Marketing Psychology: 5 Powerful Principles of Human Behavior

Crowd Spring

Successful marketers know that the key difference between strong and weak marketing lies in understanding how people behave and why they behave in certain ways. Great marketing doesn’t happen by chance. Fortunately, human behavior falls into a series of predictable actions and those actions are defined by well-established principles. Marketing…. Marketing Marketing Psychology

How to Improve Your Customer’s Journey

Duct Tape Marketing

How to Improve Your Customer’s Journey written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Marketing Podcast with John Jantsch. In today’s podcast, I want to talk with you about something I’ve been thinking about a lot. It’s actually one of the key elements in my next book. But first, let’s start with some back story. In the 80s, there was a brand that became a cultural hit called Members Only. Yes, I had a Members Only jacket, there, I admit it.

Job Descriptions


I hope you all are staying well, safe and healthy! I recently went through an exercise with the team at Entrepreneurship at Cornell. We have all been working remotely (obviously), and I wanted to get a very good read on how each team member viewed his/her primary contributions to our program. So I went back to basics and asked each team member to send a list of bullet points describing their material functional duties.

Are Your Employees Loyal to the Business?

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Employee loyalty is important in business for a number of reasons. The most obvious reason is that it improves employee retention and helps you to save money on staff turnover costs. Making sure that you hold onto your best employees is important, but it’s not the only reason that you need to consider employee loyalty. When employees are loyal to your business and they share in your vision, they are far more productive and happy at work, which benefits you as well as them.

Engaging with capitalism’s good side – my interview with Simply Buckhead

Jeff Hilimire

I find it funny that I’m being featured on the cover of Simply Buckhead, given that of my 20+ years in business I only worked in Buckhead for about 1.5 years. Granted, I loved those 1.5 years, as Dragon Army was posted up in the Atlanta Tech Village during it’s early days. Either way, Simply Buckhead has always been good to me, and they’re a really well run publication, and jeez, they put me on the cover again, this time with Dominique!