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oWOW founder Danny Haber is redeveloping the Bay Area property market with exciting new developments, including 674 23rd Street, 960 Howard St., and 316 12th St., among others.
LaddersFree is not only one of the largest national window cleaning service providers in the UK but possibly the most successful. They share the 10 critical success factors for any service business that have helped them succeed in their space.
Just as 3G opened up the app market and 4G created a demand for mobile broadband applications, 5G will open up vast economic potential for Internet of Things applications.
Here's an infographic that takes a look at some of the statistics around startups in New York, and some of the reasons why you may possibly want to base your startup there.
There seems to be a lot of hype surrounding VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and unified communications. Here's a look at some of the numbers surrounding the space when it comes to small and medium businesses wanting to use it.
Often the only way for companies to establish themselves in a market is to do something innovative and take the shine off their competitors. Patrick Smith of Housesimple looks at some of the most innovative online businesses disrupting their industries (including his own).
At first pass, review sites can seem overwhelming, especially if you notice negative feedback about your bar or restaurant. With a little time and effort, however, you can turn these sites into a great tool for getting more customers in the door.
Silicon Valley might be the obvious destination for startups, but where else in the world offers opportunities for founders, investors, and developers? This interactive visualization chart by Simply Business shows you.
From passwords and the Internet of Everything to nation state cyber warfare and jumping mobile malware, this infographic from WatchGuard helps you gain some security perspective for 2015.
The sharing economy has literally exploded in recent years across the globe. LoveHomeSwap.com has put together an interactive map featuring the world's most exciting sharing economy companies, the industry they operate in, their founders and the year they were founded.
Justin Beegel, CEO of Infographic World and author of just-released book ‘Infographics For Dummies,’ gives five tips to achieve critical mass.
Castlewood Group offers investors an opportunity to own a part of Nikki Beach Hotel & Spa in Phuket that's due to officially open in early 2015 as the first of its five projects here in Asia.
NakedWines.com uses crowdfunding to raise funds from a wine-loving public and channels that money towards a bunch of talented winemakers so that they can focus on making quality wines exclusively for funders.
Ticketbis is an online platform where users can easily and securely buy and sell tickets for every kind of event, such as concerts, festivals, theater plays, art performances or soccer games.
Homegrown mobile games developer Daylight Studios aims to have a piece of the growing mobile gaming market with two newly-launched mobile games, Conquest Age and Spirit Horizon.
LTA's MyTransport.SG combines many transport-related features into a single mobile app, aimed at enabling commuters, motorists and even cyclists in the country to check relevant, real-time traffic information to plan their journeys.
Touted as the world's largest loyalty and card program network, Giift.com allows users to combine many of the card programs available globally onto one platform, and keep track and manage their accumulated rewards such as points or air miles in one place.
GrabTaxi is a third-party taxi booking mobile application that can connect cab drivers directly with commuters through the driver's personal mobile phone, thereby complementing (or bypassing) the cab company's booking systems.
Several up-and-coming business leaders emerged within just the past few years, marking the waves of change in the world of business and technology. Morgan Sims shares her favorite four.
At a recent launch event of its EB-4000 and G6000 series of projectors, imaging hardware and solutions company Epson showcased various applications of projection technology in a commercial context that was achievable with the simple use of its high brightness projectors.