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Image Credit: sdecoret / Shutterstock.com At first it seemed to be an amazing opportunity for small to mid-sized businesses to participate in the game of international commerce, a game that was historically off-limits to businesses that lacked the worldly expertise and operational scope necessary to be capable of playing in the global league. The advent...
In the beginning, most entrepreneurs are so consumed with getting all the tangible aspects of their product and service just right for their introduction that dealing with an intangible like creating a company culture just isn’t anywhere on their radar screen. At the outset of most new business ventures, the principle actors are usually a...
These days, big things are happening in the tech industry, and not just in the usual places; not in Seattle, not in San Francisco… not even Palo Alto. Billed as the ‘Largest Gathering  of Startups in Georgia since 1895,” Startup Rally 2013 took over the Georgian Ballroom at midtown Atlanta’s historic Biltmore Hotel on Monday,...
In this series, we explore some less-frequently discussed ideas about running a successful business utilizing the experiences of real CEOs. Skip Prichard is an accomplished CEO, turnaround business leader, and keynote speaker. He is known for his track record of successfully revitalizing companies and dramatically improving results. Most recently, he was President & CEO of...
In this series, we will explore some less-frequently discussed ideas about running a successful business utilizing the experiences of real CEOs.  In this first installment, we find some wisdom from Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos. After selling internet advertising startup LinkExchange.com to Microsoft for $265 million in 1999, Tony Hsieh joined Zappos as an investor,...
A Snapshot of our Blog in 2012 2012 was truly a year worthy of conversation. Facebook’s IPO opened the world’s eyes to a new understanding of social media, mobile technology continued to grow and captured more of our attention and our dollars, the Summer Olympic Games unfolded in London, Hurricane Sandy became the most digitally...
In 2012, with consumers focused more intently than ever before on health and lifestyle, the world is buying more organic food than ever before, swallowing the extra dollars in an effort to eat better and protect the environment. According to The Organic Trade Association, sales of organic foods totaled $29.3 billion in 2011, but a recent...
Brand is defined as a “distinguishing symbol, mark, logo, word, sentence or a combination of these items that companies use to distinguish their product from others in the marketplace.” The definition is simple enough to understand and is vastly understood by marketers and successful companies attempting to establish their products in a crowded and competitive...
Years after the internet gave birth to ‘viral’ marketing, the industry is experiencing the early stages of a cultural shift: the use of memes to push commercial interests. Memes, ideas or behaviors that spread from person to person in a social environment, are now being communicated mostly through the media and the internet.  The impact...
In a time where inhibited growth and revenue decline are the norm, it is hard to envision a segment that manages to derive value from a trying economic climate. Social entrepreneurship – involving ventures which place emphasis on addressing a social issue over turning a profit – has actually been viewed as increasingly favorable during...
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