Do you know how to spot innovation and adapt that model to your business? Here’s an amazing example of how technology when used outside the box can be disruptive in a market and industry that needs change.
In a world where everything that is going to change has already changed… Have you figured out how to change your business with the next wave of change instead of the paying attention to the one that’s already gone by? Sounds confusing right?
Executing the right mobile strategy can be a lot tougher than you think. Do you know where to begin? Here’s a few questions to ask your team to help all of you get started.
Today’s young professionals that fit within the millennial generation are uber smart and even more connected. That means they’re consuming and sharing information probably faster than any other generation on earth.
Are you one of those employees always looking for a new way of doing things? Is innovation on your mind all the time because you’re always looking for new ways to get ahead? If this is you, congratulations, you’ve come to the right place.
How many times have you thought as the director of an incredibly busy marketing department, “We need to measure our marketing efforts more than what we are doing now.”
There seems to be a lot of buzz right now that talks about why today’s college graduates should start their own business or work for a startup when they graduate. Both of these types of businesses have an element of surprise and excitement that can be attractive and rewarding, especially for the entrepreneurial types.
Regardless of the business and industry you work in technology has figured out a way to accelerate the speed of just about everything. No longer can businesses “figure it out later,” that paradigm doesn’t work any longer. What’s an employee to do if they feel like they are barely holding on to the bumper of a speeding car?
If you’re in the preliminary start-up mode of a business or even a few years in, these words of wisdom may come in handy. Here are ten things I found to be some of the most important pieces of advice for an entrepreneur. When I walk the start-up path again, I will make sure to have these at the top of my to-do list.
In Las Vegas, marketing is not just a job, it’s a lifestyle and an intense one at that. The competition is fierce and the budgets are extreme, you better bring your A-game… or go home.