Most of the time, we live atop icebergs, blissfully unaware of the mass of subconscious biases that charter our course in life. Sometimes, something happens, perhaps a remark or an incidence that gives us a chance for reckoning.
Mobile advertising isn't inherently intrusive; ads simply appear at the wrong place at the wrong time. Knowing how to entice gamers is challenging but can be as rewarding as crushing candy.
This past summer I was a member of 500 Startups, one of the top accelerator programs in the world. For those who aren't familiar with 500 Startups or other accelerators (like Y Combinator or Tech Stars,) it's helpful to understand how these organizations function to fund Silicon Valley startups and technology innovation across the globe.
Must we trade bundles of assets in mega-billion dollar packages before we can streamline them? We'll have to wait to see how the strategies behind this deal play out -- but smart remixing of a bundle of resources is often better than selling them in bulk to the deepest pocket.
I graduated from college two years ago, and in that time established the beginnings of a successful career for myself in enterprise technology sales.
Growing an agency requires hard work, dedication, and killer accounts and sales teams. The inclination of most CEOs or managing directors intent on increasing their bottom lines is: more. More clients. More projects. More employees.
Acquiring customers, gaining press, and finding product market fit are a few of the many struggles that you will encounter when building your startup. Despite the challenges, developing a startup can be very rewarding -- if you are able to implement the right strategies.
Thinking big starts with you. However, if you're not sure who you are or what you stand for how could you possible know how to think big and act bigger?
After settling multiple law enforcement investigations this month on absurdly favorable terms, troubled for-profit college company Education Management Corp. (EDMC) may be on the verge of getting a sweetheart deal from Congress -- a deal that would compound the harms that the company already has caused to students and taxpayers.
What I've noticed (and experienced myself) is that when our lives aren't going as well as we'd like, we forget about all we've accomplished. Instead, we fixate everything that's wrong in the present.
This Cyber Monday, instead of hunting for discounted Uggs inside a computer screen, we invite you to join Diane's cause and say "F the Internet." Go outside, meet a friend for racquetball, visit your grandmother at her old folks home or, if she's dead, make that trek out to the cemetery.
We live in a digital world -- digital is everything, but not everything is digital. Her music is recorded digitally. CDs are digital as are the millions of downloads she sold -- but no one says that being digital means giving it away for free or close to free.
Sovereign wealth funds have expanded dramatically in recent years. High commodity prices and large foreign exchange reserves have contributed to their significant growth in global markets. Yet, recent trends in equity and commodities markets could seriously impact this growth story.
People who are deaf spend much of their lives finding ways to adapt within hearing culture. Because of this, deaf employees may exhibit impressive patience and flexibility in the face of a challenge.
In an interview with Erick Bulatowicz, Founder & CEO at GRAVITY 8 and Virgin Business Mentor shared some of the ways on how to avoid those common startup mistakes.
For the serious entrepreneur, business owner or brand builder, it's a wise decision to create a social media presence not only to reach the millions and billions of people around the world, but to also build brand awareness. For all you social media beginners out there, here are a few tips that will help you to grow your social media presence.
Smart business leaders know what's good for the environment can also be good for the economy. No place is that more evident right now than at the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris, where business is taking center stage as global leaders focus on fixing our ailing planet.