Posts Tagged ‘Company

Michael E. Porter, Harvard University professor, explains why business leaders must focus on shared value -- creating products and services that benefit not only the company but also society. via YouTube - Rethinking...

Paul Grant, founder of the The Funding Game gives his top tips how best to engage with investors. 1. Never go out for investment too early If you have not reduced the risk enough for the investor, and you’re unclear about your plans, it will...

Read about ten modern designers who are on a mission to change the world. Read about them at The 2010 Masters of Design | Fast Company.

September 9, 2010 | In: Learning

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Lots of companies — more every day, it seems — want to have Facebook “fan” pages, where customers or would-be customers can connect with them and become part of their online community. But what are those fans actually worth to a company? Everyone...

Scott Edward Walker looks at the things you need to address as you’re ramping up your company, including IP, management and employment issues. EC Roundup: The need for speed – and three little words to help you succeed |...

When Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak drops by the office for a visit, it's guaranteed to generate at least one video-worthy moment, like the one below. He was visiting to pitch Fusion-io, a company that's engineered a solid-state storage solution that could...

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a strong resume and sterling qualifications could have easily landed you a face-to-face meeting with a hiring manager. Today, if your electronic resume passes muster with a company's keyword search algorithm,...

David’s 2008 Startup School talk Another trip to the archives. This time we listen to one of David’s most popular talks. At a conference largely dedicated to talk of venture capitalism, he discusses how you can grow a company without looking for...

What do female consumers want from companies? The answer is simple: They just want them to be good. Self MagazineIn 2007, Self magazine released results from a study titled GOOD, which examined how women react to cause marketing. Its findings encouraged...

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