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Networking is inevitable in any business. As marketing is a very huge and dynamic industry, there will always be collaborations, and partnerships between brands, and engagement with customers, thus the need for networking. An infographic from Virgin shows 85% of the respondents say they build s...
While it’s always a good idea to concentrate on ways to bring in new customers to your business and ramp up revenues, as a result, don’t forget that you can help your cash flows significantly by cutting costs around the office, too. When it comes to saving money in the workplace, there are man...
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Harvard Business Review recently released a book of their top Management Tips. Here are the ones I felt were the most insightful and actionable. Get Through Your To-Do List Via Management Tips From Harvard Business Review: Self-discipline is hard. Try these three tips to make your work mor...
Harvard Business Review looked at how leading companies turn data into insights that drive marketing performance. They found that leading practitioners focus on seeing, sorting, sharing, and sparking insights to get real value from data. In this collection of Harvard Business Review articles, brough...
When you think about tech business that went wrong, you naturally will find some cases that were known for being an incredible deal that didn´t close because of some little details or disagreements. These kinds of situations tend to be a huge disappointment for the parties involved, and everyone re...
It is that time of year again, when the Internet is abuzz with speculations about what Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) will add to its latest iPhone. As Sept. 7 fast approaches, everyone seems to have an opinion on the matter regarding what new features should be in the iPhone 7 (assuming that’s what the new ...
When a business loses momentum, it loses one of its greatest advantages. Here are five things that can stop your business dead in its tracks. When you’re a growing business, momentum is invaluable. It keeps your team looking forward, and thinking big. It feeds that buzz in the room – the one tha...
If you aren't inspired at your job and are ready to call it quits, stop and really think about it. Before you give your two weeks notice, former Google career coach Jenny Blake recommends you try a "career pilot." It's an experiment where you test whether or not you'd like to transition into a new ...
Google recently came out with a good news, bad news announcement for small businesses who have a poor mobile experience on their websites. I’m a bad news first kind of guy, so I’ll start there: Google is going to update their algorithm again, and if you’re on the wrong side of the la...
Apple's iPhone has long been one of the best business phones on the market, with one major shortcoming: Its pint-size display has always been a bit too small to get real work done. Apple addressed that issue with the iPhone 6, a scaled-up iPhone that finally offers enough screen space for real produ...
You work hard running your business, so why not let your iOS device do some of the heavy lifting? With the right apps, your iPhone or iPad can help you take notes, update your calendar and even balance the books. Here are our top picks. Office productivity: Microsoft Excel, Word ...
Actually taking those steps to starting your own business is far different than just saying you want to be a business owner. Not everyone can do it, there are extreme highs and lows that you’ll experience and there are certain things that only entrepreneurs can understand. 1. You are always thinki...
Google, it seems, is still capable of surprising. A few weeks after launching a pair of handsets, a smart home hub and a virtual reality headset, the company is back with one of its most left-field hardware launches in recent memory. After all a big push into consumer mobile, the software giant is p...
Think you don't have the resources for an effective SEO program? Think again! Columnist Dianna Huff shares a case study detailing how a small business was able to make big gains with a limited budget.  The small manufacturers who are thriving in the face of global competition and other challeng...
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What strikes the minds of ordinary people who want to start a business in Nepal? A clothing store? A beauty parlour? A restaurant? Or a lounge bar? The techno-savvy ones, on the other hand, would probably think of starting an e-commerce company or may be a social networking site. In other words, man...
The technology sector’s impact on the digital marketing industry has in the last 10 years dramatically altered how brands engage with consumers. Marketing and advertising spend has continued to skyrocket, with global spend for 2016 set to surpass expectations by growing by 4.4% to $548.2 billion. ...
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Cyber breaches of mega-retailers like Home Depot and Target, health care insurers like Anthem, Premera and Excellus and federal agencies -- most prominently, the Office of Personnel Management -- dominate the headlines, but it's only a fraction of the story. What most people don’t realize is that ...
My Business Insights Show How You’re Being Found Google has rolled out enhanced insights for Google My Business pages. When logged into GMB, you’ll now be able to see the total views to your GMB page, where visitors are coming from, and how they found your page. Google Search vs. Google Maps Whe...
Academic researchers study many aspects of business, but business practitioners rarely make use of that research. A multi-university research team reports that researchers and practitioners share more interests than either group realizes and outlines ways that the two groups can collaborate more eff...
What are business attributes, and why should local businesses care? Columnist Adam Dorfman explores. When checking into places on Google Maps, you may have noticed that Google prompts you to volunteer information about the place you’re visiting. For instance, if you check into a restaurant, you mi...
  Forget Brexit's much discussed impact on the free movement of people. Leaving the EU could impede the U.K.'s free movement of data to and from the continent, negatively impacting businesses. This stems from the U.K. and EU's potential divergence in data protection laws post-Brexit. Chris Jeff...
Today, more people live in cities than in rural areas. This is of course a change from the 1800s and even the early part of the 20th century, when more people lived in the country. There are no signs of a slow-down in urbanization; in fact it's only speeding up. By 2050 total urban population is exp...
It is no secret that trade secrets are essential to the success of many businesses. Nearly all of us are aware of examples of highly treasured trade secrets, such as the recipe for Coca-Cola, the formula for WD-40 and the methodology for creating the nooks and crannies in Thomas’ English Muffins. ...
People are often surprised when they hear that I earned my master of business administration degree, or MBA, as a side-hobby while I was a tenured professor at MIT. Even MIT’s human resources department was perplexed that I’d want to apply for the employee benefit to partially support my tuition...
Google is in a war for the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) space, and at the moment it's pulling a distant third. Pitted against market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the high enterprise adoption of Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is making up the market share ground by using B...
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