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The Next Billion Dollar Company You've Never Heard Of

The concept of the unicorn company is huge in the US and startup ecosystems. When Investors think of tech, they think of the most obvious startups such as Uber, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. These tech companies are valued at over...Show More Summary

How to Use Snapchat to Make Sales

Snapchat is one of the fastest growing social media networks in the world. There are now over 100 million daily active users, and that represents a huge audience that you can tap into. Furthermore, you have to bear in mind that manyShow More Summary

How Breaking News Can Help You Build Buzz for Your Startup

Building a buzz for your startup is never easy. You are competing for space in an increasingly crowded market, regardless of the niche you happen to be operating in. Breaking news is just one way that you can build a buzz for your startup. Show More Summary

5 Tools to Get Your Customer Acquisition On Point

Customer acquisition can be defined as simply the act of getting customers to buy from your business. It can save you a lot of money because 70% of companies say it's cheaper to retain than to attract. But there are many areas of customer acquisition. Show More Summary

5 Lessons My Mother Taught Me About Business

By Arry Yu As Mother's Day approaches, I can't help but think about my own mother, and how she raised me to become the person I am today. Not only was she a single parent, she was also an immigrant new to the country. Through her drive and dedication, my mother had the biggest impact on how I choose to spend my time. Show More Summary

Why Small Businesses and Startups Are Pioneering the Remote Working Revolution

The remote working revolution is in full swing and it's showing no signs of stopping. The latest numbers reveal that 67% of companies now allow employees at least some time to work remotely from home. This is a trend that is not going to change anytime soon. But small businesses and startups are the organizations that have pioneered this growth. Show More Summary

The "Truth" About Modern Cause Marketing

By Stephanie Hill, EVP Strategy and Client Relations, Assembly Just like promoting any consumer brand, starting a lasting conversation about a particular non-profit, cause or charity requires collaboration across all lines of marketing communications. Show More Summary

Which Way to the Front?

Here's a challenge for people who think about organizations in 21st-century America: How do we demilitarize our notions of leadership? In late January 2016, National Public Radio reported on Urban Warriors, a YMCA of Metro Chicago initiative. Show More Summary

Today is the Best Day of Your Life (So Stop Procrastinating)

Tomorrow has the potential to be better than today. But this day is the only day you have. And it's the best day of your life. "I'll start tomorrow." I've said that hundreds of times. I've said it when I talked about running, writing,...Show More Summary

Disengaged: Are CMOs Missing the Mark When it Comes to Engaging Millennials?

By Chris Dobson, CEO, The Exchange Lab In today’s age of digital, priorities are changing. Whereas in the past it used to be just consumer wallets, today brands are vying for consumers’ most important commodity - their time – and keeping...Show More Summary

Mr. Buffett's Ark

Dear Mr. Buffett, As America's most revered businessman and investor, you have a singular opportunity for good. When you speak, millions listen. And they trust your judgment. In the time I am granted to speak at the Berkshire Hathaway...Show More Summary

Ransomware Is a Real Threat (Even to You, Apple Users)

Maybe the thought actually occurred to you that something was "phishy" about that link, but that's so 30 seconds ago. You clicked and now your computer screen is locked. Behind that frozen screen lie your personal files -- everything...Show More Summary

Case Builds Against For-Profit Colleges Denying Students Legal Rights

In recent months, leading Members of Congress, state attorneys general, and non-profit groups have called on the Department of Education to stop colleges that receive federal student aid from forcing students to resolve disputes with their schools in secret arbitration proceedings. Show More Summary

18 Surefire Ideas to Get Discounts and Freebies

Remember the buzz you got the first time you saved money by using a coupon? No? Well, I do, but my mom swears I don't since I would have still been in diapers. Since then getting discounts and freebies has evolved way beyond religiously clipping the Sunday inserts. Show More Summary

Four Pointers to the Spiritual Dimension of Work

by Michael Pearn I have a problem with the concept of spirituality, especially in the context of work. It sounds grand, unattainable, difficult to grasp and many would question its relevance. It is a theoretically complex state (or construct) of great interest to theologians, philosophers and those who pertain to be religious. Show More Summary

You may be taking things personally if...

Last week I posted the article "You Can't Piss Me Off Anymore Because I Learned How to Not Take It Personally." A lot of people thanked me, and more than a few asked how to identify when they're taking something personally. I don't like...Show More Summary

Best Business Advice From... Mom

As we approach Mother's Day (it's May 8th in case you have forgotten) and because I recently became a first-time mom, I have been thinking a lot about the powerful advice moms often share with their children. While we can all appreciate...Show More Summary

5 Ways Remote Working Will Actually Work

Little by little remote working is becoming a reality. Over a quarter of U.S. workers are now operating remotely for at least a few hours every week. But making it actually work on a more permanent basis and taking it from an idea in a white paper is an different scenario entirely. Show More Summary

As China's Investment in Africa Falls, Turkey Looks to Capitalize

Remember when the BRICS were going to power the global economy? Well, the past few years have not been kind to Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. With the exception of India, the other members of this once elite diplomatic club are struggling in many different ways. Show More Summary

Kelly & Michael's Rift: Five-and-a-Half Ways to Handle Workplace Betrayal

Tuesday marked the re-uniting of Live co-hosts Michael Strahan and Kelly Ripa, in which they put on their happy faces to produce a painfully awkward hour of live television. The rift began last week when Strahan announced he was leaving for Good Morning America, giving Ripa only a short notice before a Live episode. Show More Summary

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