Thu.Jan 09, 2020

Innovation Season

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My innovation blog, New Florence will celebrate its 15th birthday this March. It will have clocked over 6,500 posts. I recently looked at various patterns on that blog. Innovation stories and news ebb and flow from different industries and geographies. Industry Commentary Innovative Business Uses of Technology

3 Proactive Measures Against Employee Lawsuits

YoungUpstarts

Employment laws vary across the world, but the overall goals of protecting employers and employees are generally the same. Lawsuits are a common threat to businesses that fail to take care of their employees and provide a safe, equal opportunity working environment.

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Present From The Head Of The Table

Feld Thoughts

I’ve noticed a degradation in presentation styles when displaying slides on a screen. This is starting to become a pet peeve of mine, so feel free to ignore me or tell me to get over myself if you disagree with this advice.

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What Every Co-Working Space Needs And Most Lack

YoungUpstarts

Co-working spaces haven’t always been as popular as they are now. Until the early part of the previous decade, few might’ve given the concept the time of day. Today we happily pool a private cab ride and give up our precious garage space for others to rent.

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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.

The Business World Is Full Of Endless Possibilities

YFS Magazine

Business exists to provide value, drive revenue, and forge fruitful trade relationships. Individuals who do well in these areas will lead the way. Lead business education recommended

Tips For Students Who Intend To Work (On The Side)

YoungUpstarts

You will not be surprised at the fact that senior students combine work with full-time study. Sometimes this choice is dictated by the need: you need to pay for your education yourself or financially help your family.

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Working Out Your Startup’s Taxes With Your Cofounder

YoungUpstarts

by Ryan McInnis, CEO and founder of PicnicTax. A legal partnership is a common structure for people who go into business with another person. For new startups, organizing as a partnership can be a great way for multiple founders to be involved from the beginning.

Hard Client Conversations: When Business Travel Isn’t An Option

YFS Magazine

It’s unfortunate when you can’t travel to work with clients, but it’s also a common problem that shouldn’t be a source of regular conflict. Travel business travel recommended travel

6 Circumstances Under Which an Online Loan Would Be a Good Idea

The Startup Magazine

Online loans are forms of personal and startup financing which are broadly categorized as alternative financing. It is called alternative because it does not employ the long-used traditional channels, rules, and terms.

Can your employees recruit from a customer or supplier?

Berkonomics

The recruitment traps. It has happened to all of us who have been leaders in business long enough. One of your employees is approached by an employee of a customer or of a supplier, stating that “It sure would be great to work in your company.”

First Round Capital is a Treasure Trove of Valuable Information

ithacaVC

Happy New Year! Quick post. First Round Capital is literally a treasure trove of valuable information. Its First Round Review repository is outstanding, and should be a go to resource for any startup founder. Today First Round Review published “ The 30 Best Pieces of Advice for Entrepreneurs that We Heard in 2019.” ” It is a wonderful compilation of advice and tidbits with easy to understand and apply stories. Definitely worth reading! Enjoy.

Creating Shareable Content for Your Business

Duct Tape Marketing

Creating Shareable Content for Your Business written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Marketing Podcast with Tim Staples. Podcast Transcript.

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Building Trust in Your Healthcare Practice

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Running your own healthcare practice is a wonderful thing. It gives you a way to help people. To treat their illnesses, and gives them peace of mind. As a healthcare provider, you play an essential role in your community, as well as earning money and growing a business.

How to Expand Your Business

The Startup Magazine

The main aim for most – if not all – people who start a business is to see it grow. The more your startup grows and scales, the more profit it should make, and the more successful you will be overall. Yet finding ways to expand your business in the right way can be difficult.

3 Cutbacks That Are Costing Your Business

Women Entrepreneurs Can

When you run your own business, you are always keeping an eye on the books. You need to balance those profits and sales with your costs, it is a constant juggling act. It makes sense, we absolutely understand this and it is often a wise course of action, However, in some cases it can actually be more profitable to spend a little more, which is why today we want to share with you 3 cutbacks that are costing your business. You Need to Invest in the Right equipment.

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Transcript of Creating Shareable Content for Your Business

Duct Tape Marketing

Transcript of Creating Shareable Content for Your Business written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Back to Podcast. Transcript. John Jantsch: This episode of The Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is brought to you by Klaviyo.

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