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New Ideas For Entrepreneurs

May 31, 2013

The “business” business can be a dog eat dog world. Therefore it’s important for new entrepreneur’s to take advantage of ideas that can bring big results. In order to reap beneficial results from any business venture, those who run the behind the scenes are vital to any business’s success. These are the ones who must integrate new ideas into their business in order to keep the gears moving. Because bigger corporations can eclipse small companies, small business owners must be willing to adopt new ideas and approaches into their business models in order to reach a heightened level of success.

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CEO Of Hootsuite Gets Inspiration From A Surprising Place

May 29, 2013

Ryan Holmes, CEO of the social media management platform Hootsuite is incredibly successful.  Where does he get inspiration for management?  According to Holmes he learns from his Rottweiler-cross dog, Mika.  When returning from business trips Mika greets Ryan and occasionally accompanies him to work and sleeps under his desk.  Holmes says that he’s learned the importance of unconditional love from his dog, and has used his experience with his dog to make himself a better manager.

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Tech Industry Competition

May 27, 2013

Apple and Samsung have become heated competitors in the electronics marketplace. Each industry has it’s own giants that are constantly trying to one-up each other. In the extremely competitive phone industry which will win – Apple or Samsung?

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Are You An Entrepreneur?

May 24, 2013

Many people dream of having their own business.  However, it is a huge undertaking, and there are a few characteristics that will help decide how successful an entrepreneur you might be.

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Small Business Owners: Hiring College Grads

May 22, 2013

There’s endless amounts of advice given to the college grads entering the work force at this time of year, but they are not the only ones who need it. Businesses looking to expand their human resources need a few tips as well to ensure that the new hires are well suited and adjust accordingly to the way they do business. The typical graduate is entering a whole new world from what they knew in college and can be a little skittish at first.  There are some key actions that will help smooth the transition for both the business owner hiring, and the employee starting out.

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