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by Cameron McLain, chief executive and co-founder of Beehive Separated by seven hundred years and more than 6000 miles, fourteenth century Florence and twenty first century San Jose,...
Being successful in business today is intrinsically linked to having a firm grasp of what makes the millennial tick. If you don’t, then your business is missing out on tapping into arguably the most influential set of consumers the world has seen since post-war Baby Boomers, argues Simon Tate, Area Vice President for Commercial Business – Asia, Salesforce.
The excuses you use to avoid time off will actually stunt your progress, says Maureen Gharrity, CEO and founder of Finding Your Way Coaching.
[Interview] Dwayne Rettinger, Executive Financial Consultant at Rettinger & Associates Private Wealth Management
From Dwayne Rettinger’s perspective, millennial entrepreneurs are more saddled with stereotypes than they should be. For all the suggested negatives about this generation, Rettinger points out that they are still young enough to be stunningly creative and open to new ideas.
Myriam Sidibe, author of "Brands on a Mission" shares three key steps brands can take to change behaviors as deeply entrenched as domestic violence and oral hygiene habits, all the while driving demand for their products and boosting bottom line.
To be a truly effective leader, and to get the best out of those you lead, you can’t be afraid to be fully human, insists Jeanet Wade.
Cycling has made Marygrace Sexton a better wife, mother, sister and CEO. The founder and CEO of Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company says she sees clearly now that physical competition can be fun and it’s an important counterbalance to that part of her mind that only seems to focus on business.
Imagine sharing a space with other like-minded individuals who come from all walks of life, who are interested in different professions but are all starting out or even working alone on a freelance basis? If that sounds like an environment that would help you thrive creatively, then hot desking in a collaborative space could be for you.
Because of the explosion of social media and mobile as the primary, go-to consumer device for local information, Google is increasingly losing search share to local directories, social media sites and maps apps. Trevor Sumner, Chief Technology Officer of LocalVox suggests some ways small businesses can focus on taking advantage of the opportunity in a post Google dominated world.
Did you know, for example, that there are some 4.8 million startups in the United States alone? Or that Indonesia has twice the number of startups compared to Italy? Here's an infographic that takes a look at some of the interesting numbers surrounding the startup world.
When it comes to promoting women to leadership roles or positioning them for executive roles in the future, tech is the most backward of major industries, points out Douglas M. Branson, author of "The Future of Tech Is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity".
Change can be difficult, uncomfortable, and frightening. But sooner or later, most of us will have to reinvent ourselves (or risk getting left behind in today's fast-paced world). Successful businessman and author Paul G. Krasnow shares tips to help you embrace change and start moving in a better direction.
How do you increase trust in your company? If your company has any users, customers or employees the perception of your company isn’t in your hands, it’s in theirs, says Jeff Ernst, CEO and President at Smync.
Does your company do its part to celebrate Earth Day? The great thing is making a big impact doesn’t ask for much additional effort from your company or employees. Below are five ideas that could go a long way this Earth Day
Trained monkeys may be able to do some routine tasks, like putting small items into boxes. But to sell for your company? No way, says Steve Weinberg.
Unleashing creative thinking helps drive businesses forward, improve customer value propositions and identify new opportunities that deliver on the needs of our ever changing customers. How do you drive innovation in your organization's culture? Dr. Karen Reddington, Regional Vice President of FedEx Express, South Pacific shares her thinking.
Grant Parr, author of "The Next One Up Mindset: How To Prepare For The Unknown" shares a five-step process to develop a more positive mindset and boost your confidence in the workplace.
Not only is yoga good for the mind, body, and spirit, but it can also be a valuable tool for enhancing your business, says Paresh Shah, founder and CEO of Glimpulse. He shares four powerful yoga principles to apply to your startup.
San Francisco and Tel Aviv are two of the greatest cities in the world for tech, each with a distinct culture and unique benefits to offer. Melissa Lincoln, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Leadspace, explores the similarities and differences.
The most successful companies are leveraging technological advancements to their advantage by interpreting data to strategically build a customer’s purchasing experience, improving life with innovation, and increasing brand visibility via digital platforms.
Melissa Thompson, CEO of Talk Session, shares her views on the recent Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).