Braja Deepon Roy June 20, 2020 What comes to your mind when you think of startup culture? Is this the hustle and bustle in the work environment, flexible work timing, the restlessness among the members, or the impromptu discussions on business strategies? It is all of the above and more. The way a startup function … Continue reading 5 Things Corporates Can Learn From The Startup Culture
Jeilan Devanesan — May 27, 2020 Marketing at a business and marketing at a nonprofit are two very different things. Often I see content marketing strategies that work great for startups, recycled into blog content for ordinary nonprofits to follow. But that’s not always helpful. Nonprofits don’t have sales teams to set up and manage … Continue reading Storytelling: What Every Startup Can Learn from Nonprofit Marketing
Syed Balkhi — April 30, 2020 You’ve all heard the advice that “the money’s in the list,” right? You’ve been working hard to build your email list, but how can you monetize it the right way? After all, you don’t want to lose them once you start trying to make money. We’ve gathered seven ways … Continue reading Learn How to Monetize Your Email List
Carrie Duford — February 15, 2020 Julie & Julia Movie Overview Julie, a middle-aged, government employee, is exhausted with her life. She works long hours, has a dismal commute, and is disappointed in herself. But instead of coming home to Netflix and chill, as most of us would, she cooks. Cooking and Julia Childs is … Continue reading 4 Lessons a Modern Blogger Can Learn from Julie in ‘Julie & Julia’
Kyle Crocco — February 13, 2020 SuperBowl winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes exemplifies performance under pressure. Not only did he win on the biggest stage in the NFL, Mahomes overcame multiple physical injuries and competitive setbacks to get there. In the end, the record books will say Kansas City was the 31-20 victor over San Francisco … Continue reading What Business Lessons Can We Learn From Patrick Mahomes’ SuperBowl Performance?
Michael Kelly — February 2, 2020 Clear Review has recently published its “UK Performance Management Report” for 2019 and it provides interesting reading for anyone looking to stay up to date on current thinking around performance management. The research is a survey of HR leaders, managers and employees which explores attitudes to and adoption of … Continue reading What Can We Learn From the 2019 UK Performance Management Report?
Melania Sulak — January 30, 2020 If you’re wondering whether you really need a special high risk merchant account, read on to find out why the answer to that question is a definite “Yes”, and learn what to look for when choosing the best payment processor for your high risk business. At the start, you … Continue reading High Risk Payment Processors — Learn How to Compare Them
The amount of data is growing at a phenomenal rate but we are not adopting that data to guide decision-making at the same rate. We need to change this in the coming year. Ryan Phelan on January 3, 2020 Whew! Q4 is over! Everybody, take a breath and fill up your free time (hee-hee) with … Continue reading Your ability to adapt and learn is essential to your success in 2020
Max Palmer — December 24, 2019 Snapchat’s initial success gave rise to excitement for many. Millions of users, hyper-growth, and close-to-unheard-of engagement levels. They raised huge amounts of money and became a household name pretty quickly. Yet, more and more people have begun to jump off of the Snapchat bandwagon, signaling the potential fall of … Continue reading 7 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From the Fall of Snapchat
Hannah Cohen — December 17, 2019 Emerging markets in countries like China, India, and Brazil can teach you a great deal about marketing and innovation. In 2019, 64 million Americans will use mobile payments in some form, representing 29% of all smartphone owners. The same figure in China? 577 million users representing 81.1% of all … Continue reading 6 Lessons Digital Marketers Can Learn From Emerging Markets