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5 Steps to Successfully Launching a Fintech Blog

Ashley Poynter July 22, 2020 Fintech startups looking to get traction, gain awareness, and grow sales should consider launching a fintech blog. We’ve discussed the importance of fintech stories, though the concept of having a brand narrative can mean many things. “Telling a story” can be a sales presentation, the front page of your website, … Continue reading 5 Steps to Successfully Launching a Fintech Blog

6 Steps to Crisis-Proof Your Sales and Marketing Strategy

Dave Sutton July 20, 2020 In good times, ensuring sales and marketing alignment is a no-brainer. But when tough times hit, this factor becomes absolutely key to success. Maintaining it during a downturn or in something like the current market environment, caused by our collective response to COVID-19, can be tricky. Business leaders who mobilize … Continue reading 6 Steps to Crisis-Proof Your Sales and Marketing Strategy

7 Steps to Scaling Enterprise AI for Maximum Value

Manish Mistry July 16, 2020 A few years ago, a browser recommendation based on a person’s previous search history constituted AI. Today, we are able to harness deep learning, neural networking, speech recognition, natural language programming, cloud computing, big data, and more, to create complex, cognitive systems that not only analyze massive data sets and … Continue reading 7 Steps to Scaling Enterprise AI for Maximum Value

5 Steps to Create Accessible Internal Communications

Alice Corner July 16, 2020 geralt / Pixabay Being an Inclusive Employer is more than just making sure you hire diversely. Different people have different needs in the work place and there is no “one size fits all” measure. Internal comms are the lifeline of any business, regardless of its size. From onboarding to communicating … Continue reading 5 Steps to Create Accessible Internal Communications

3 Steps to Developing an Investor Mindset

Laura Cole July 10, 2020 In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the concept of investment may seem like it is something exclusive to disaster capitalists and those with a vast accumulation of wealth. Disaster capitalism is defined as the process of capitalising on a major geopolitical or socio-economic crisis, either through opportunistic policies (from … Continue reading 3 Steps to Developing an Investor Mindset