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Why Education Is The Best Marketing

David Williams/Bloomberg There are a variety of options when it comes to marketing tactics, but one of the best investments isn’t in social media, billboards, or websites, but instead in education. Many companies take advantage of education to teach customers about their products and to keep customers coming back for more with great success. Consider the example of education at ... Read More »

IBPS PO – What is next?

Now that IBPS PO Results are out, congratulations to those who have get selected and better luck next time to those you couldn’t get through this time. Now the qualified candidates have to appear for the next round which is the personal interview. You can get hold of your call letter for IBPS Interview somewhere in the month of January ... Read More »

Detroit is Trying to Become the Next Major Tech Hub

Detroit isn’t exactly known as a tech hub. But some people and organizations are looking to change that. One such organization is TechTown Detroit, a non-profit business incubator located in an old General Motors factory in the city’s Midtown neighborhood. The TechTown Detroit building is a five-story building currently playing host to about 40 small businesses. And the organization is ... Read More »

Getting the Right Funding Can be Daunting – But There is Hope

Vendedy is the first social network designed to connect global travelers to street markets. Founded by Forbes30Under30 Entrepreneur Christine Souffrant Ntim, the small business’s goal is to digitize the $10 trillion dollar street market economy and make it accessible to anyone and everyone. But when Ntim started out, she had an incredibly difficult time getting the funding she needed. Watch ... Read More »

What Is Yodle and How Can It Help Your Business?

Yodle is an all-in-one digital marketing platform that offers everything a small business needs to build a presence online. It is to marketing what an all-you-can-eat buffet is to meal time. There’s plenty to consume, and then some. Yodle is primarily designed to assist local small businesses: realtors, plumbers, doctors and retailers, to name a few. Currently, the company serves ... Read More »

ShareFile Is Big Business-Grade File Sync and Share Solution Built for Small Business

Usefulness Functionality Price Summary ShareFile is an enterprise-grade file sync and share solution that is uniquely designed for specific customer workflow and collaboration environments across multiple verticals. ShareFile, owned by Citrix Systems (NASDAQ:CTXS), is a SaaS product that allows you to choose where to securely store your files and documents, which could either be on the cloud or on the ... Read More »

Jim Fowler of Owler: Even as Tech and Data Grows in Importance, Crowdsourcing Is Still About People

Small Business Trends: Before we jump on full bore with that maybe give us a little bit of your personal background leading up to what you were doing with Jigsaw. Jim Fowler: After college I was a diving and salvage officer in the United States Navy doing salvage operations and paid back Uncle Sam for my college tuition. Then when ... Read More »

Is America in the Midst of a High Tech Entrepreneurship Boom?

If you read the business press, you probably think the answer is yes. The popular media is full of stories about start-ups like Facebook, Groupon, Instagram, Linkedin, Snapchat, Twitter, WhatsApp, Yelp, and Zinga. American entrepreneurs are starting high tech companies at a feverish pace, the media experts say. Perhaps you shouldn’t believe everything you read in the popular press. Careful ... Read More »

Detroit is Trying to Become the Next Major Tech Hub

0 Detroit isn’t exactly known as a tech hub. But some people and organizations are looking to change that. One such organization is TechTown Detroit, a non-profit business incubator located in an old General Motors factory in the city’s Midtown neighborhood. The TechTown Detroit building is a five-story building currently playing host to about 40 small businesses. And the organization ... Read More »

Why Hiring Non-Academics to Teach Entrepreneurship is a Bad Idea

These days, hiring non-academic instructors to teach entrepreneurship in graduate and undergraduate programs is a common strategy of university deans. When research faculty fail to get tenure or retire, they are often replaced with people who don’t, and can’t, do research. This is a big strategic mistake. It contradicts much of what we know about how people learn, leads to ... Read More »