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    1. 3 Confidence Boosting Tips for Female Entrepreneurs to Ask for More

      3 Confidence Boosting Tips for Female Entrepreneurs to Ask for More

      You are here: Home / Business / 3 Confidence Boosting Tips for Female Entrepreneurs to Ask for More 3 Confidence Boosting Tips for Female Entrepreneurs to Ask for More June 13, 2017 Whether it’s a request for extra funding for your startup or a meeting to establish a partnership with another company for the first time, asking for more is still a struggle for even the most confident entrepreneurs. Want proof?

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    2. Girls in Tech's Catalyst Conference aims to educate and engage tech women | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Dean Takahashi

      Girls in Tech's Catalyst Conference aims to educate and engage tech women | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Dean Takahashi

      June 7, 2017 11:00 AM Above: The Catalyst Conference takes place June 20-22 in San Francisco. Image Credit: Girls in Tech The fifth annual Catalyst Conference by Girls in Tech will return to San Francisco June 20-22, with scores of speakers focused on women in technology. This year’s speakers include Aaron Levie, CEO of Box; Jennifer Hyman, CEO of Rent the Runway; Kara Swisher, executive editor of Re/Code, and many others.

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    3. 5 Essential Marketing Processes for Your Startup Business

      5 Essential Marketing Processes for Your Startup Business

      5 Essential Marketing Processes for Your Startup Business Jun 6, 2017 Tweet Startup marketing success strategies The past few years have been very interesting for entrepreneurship, suddenly startups are so cool and everyone wants to set one up. The big companies and millionaires suddenly want to fund a startup. The governments are recognising the importance of small and medium enterprises to economies and are creating policies to protect startup businesses.

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    4. These are the social media campaigns that actually led to business success

      These are the social media campaigns that actually led to business success

      Tip : Use comma (,) to separate multiple quotes. Learn more... Thu, Dec 1, 2016, 17:08 GMT - UK Markets closed These are the social media campaigns that actually led to business success By Lucy Handley; special to CNBC.com | CNBC – 28 minutes ago 18.10 -0.39 In a marketing world obsessed with online clicks, likes, shares and impressions, it can be hard to work out which activities actually lead to sales.

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    5. Article: Do Startups Have a Tech Advantage?

      Article: Do Startups Have a Tech Advantage?

      Many marketing organizations have a love and hate relationship with digital startups. Many rely on technology created by startups to power marketing functions like social media and content development. At the same, many business leaders also worry about the long-term threat posed by these companies, which are typically the earliest adopters of new technology, to their business.

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    6. 8 Keys To Getting Real Value From Business Networking | Business

      8 Keys To Getting Real Value From Business Networking | Business

      (Before It's News) There is no skill more vital to an entrepreneur than effective networking. You can’t build your business alone, and networking is the best way to open doors, professionally and personally. For introverts like me, it’s not easy to step out of your comfort zone and meet new people, but if you approach the challenge correctly, I have found that it can actually be fun as well as productive.

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    7. Successful entrepreneurs who risked everything to start a business

      Successful entrepreneurs who risked everything to start a business

      Business growth stories Successful entrepreneurs who risked everything to start a business Remortgaging their homes, quitting university,and spending their life savings: Read on to see what entrepreneurs have risked to start-up by Shane Donnelly Updated: Oct 31, 2016 Published: Oct 31, 2016 It should be of no surprise to any of us that a standard definition of what constitutes an entrepreneur reads: “A person who sets up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit”. Indeed, risk- taking is seen by many as a fundamental characteristic of an entrepreneur, but it’s not just ...

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    8. Snapchat Is Blazing Its Own Media Trail by Constantly Charting New Territory

      Snapchat Is Blazing Its Own Media Trail by Constantly Charting New Territory

      Snapchat has always seemed to march forward on its own terms, at times almost in the mode of "damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead." So it shouldn't be a surprise that under its new moniker, Snap Inc., it is still giving the industry's rules a reboot, underscoring a style of disruption that remains the mobile media company's modus operandi.

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    9. It's Always a Good Time to Start a Business -- Unless You're Launching a Mediocre One

      It's Always a Good Time to Start a Business -- Unless You're Launching a Mediocre One

      It's Always a Good Time to Start a Business -- Unless You're Launching a Mediocre One If your product or service falls short of great, your company won't last long. Image credit: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images November 4, 2016 Reader Resource Get the working capital your business needs– learn more about Entrepreneur Lending, powered by CAN Capital » Starting your first business can be an incredible experience.

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    10. SafetyCulture founder Luke Anear says startups should focus on products, not pitch decks when seeking funds

      SafetyCulture founder Luke Anear says startups should focus on products, not pitch decks when seeking funds

      twitter BI Australia’s Tech 100 is a comprehensive list of the coolest people in Australian tech. It highlights achievements in the sector over the past 12 months. Proudly sponsored by Braintree , which has been powering payments and helping thousands of next gen businesses like Uber, Airbnb, and Github grow from their first dollar. Luke Anear, founder and CEO of Safety Culture.

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    11. Spinning a Yarn: 5 Ways to Weave a Story Around Your Startup

      Spinning a Yarn: 5 Ways to Weave a Story Around Your Startup

      Spinning a Yarn: 5 Ways to Weave a Story Around Your Startup To get noticed, match your great product with an eye-grabbing narrative. Image credit: undrey | Getty Images Watch Now November 2, 2016 So you are launching a new enterprise communication tool (Slack) carshare platform (Uber) or location based dating app (Tinder). Great.

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    12. Three Pillars of the Most Successful Tech Products

      Three Pillars of the Most Successful Tech Products

      By Nir Eyal • 10/24/16 9:08am Ninety-two percent of startups fail within three years If you’ve started a tech company to make a lot of money, chances are you’re bad at math—or simply delusional. Statistically speaking, your odds of a big-time payday are somewhere between zero and almost zero. Ninety-two percent of startups fail within three years . Only one percent of apps in the Apple App Store are financially successful.

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    13. Brit App presents "JustSeen," a New Take on Photo-Sharing, Introducing Collaborative Visual Storytelling

      October 24, 2016 at 08:31 AM EDT Brit App presents "JustSeen," a New Take on Photo-Sharing, Introducing Collaborative Visual Storytelling PRWeb Rather than simply posting the occasional, somewhat random photo, JustSeen advocates visual storytelling, where every photo forms part of a greater story, building a deeper visual narrative. In today's digital drive-thru, the speed and nature of visual consumption has altered the core objective of photography.

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    14. How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Innovation in Emerging Markets

      How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Innovation in Emerging Markets

      How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Innovation in Emerging Markets Oct 20, 2016 Innovation Content There was an idea that caught popular attention a few years ago: basic, affordable products from emerging markets for use in their home countries could eventually move up and disrupt global markets.

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    15. What to know when you’re starting a business

      What to know when you’re starting a business

      Published on: October 19, 2016 | Last Updated: October 19, 2016 1:33 PM MDT Sarah Watchorn, a CIBC business adviser, calls a business plan essential to obtaining financing. Wil Andruschak Share Adjust Comment Print Got an idea for a small business but you don’t know where to start? Well, business adviser Sarah Watchorn with CIBC has some advice to start you off on the right foot.

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    16. 3 Ways To Take Your Business From Start-Up To Success

      3 Ways To Take Your Business From Start-Up To Success

      3 Ways To Take Your Business From Start-Up To Success By Oct 18, 2016 SHARE You hear more about how to start a business than how to grow it into an asset of value. Clive Butkow, the CEO of GroTech, a South African venture capital firm that supports technology start-ups, provides his insights on how to take your idea or product and grow it into a sustainable, successful business. They say that eight out of ten new businesses fail in their first 18 months of operation.

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    17. Purdue-related startup creates experience capturing platform that could replace, improve traditional survey tools

      Printer-friendly version Tyler Grant, software developer, and Louis Tay, Purdue psychological sciences professor, discuss data retrieved by Tay's new web and app-based platform that gathers more detailed information from conventional survey tools. Tay has founded Expimetrics to develop the platform, which can be used to generate more accurate responses to surveys using real-time, location-based, multimedia and tracking functions. (Purdue Research Foundation photo) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.

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    18. Why did Twitter suspend Geofeedia over ACLU surveillance report?

      Why did Twitter suspend Geofeedia over ACLU surveillance report?

      After the American Civil Liberties Union released a report showing that Chicago-based startup Geofeedia had been contracted by multiple law enforcement agencies to conduct social media surveillance, Twitter announced Tuesday that it had suspended the company's access to commercial data for developers. While police contend the service can help them spot problems in real-time during large gatherings, the ACLU says the software can be easily used to track peaceful protesters and other groups.

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    19. DMOS' Susan Pieper Named Finalist for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in the 2016 Stevie Awards for Women in Business

      DMOS' Susan Pieper Named Finalist for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in the 2016 Stevie Awards for Women in Business

      DMOS' Susan Pieper Named Finalist for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in the 2016 Stevie Awards for Women in Business JACKSON, WY -- (Marketwired) -- 10/12/16 -- DMOS, an innovative company that creates light-weight, pro quality, packable tools, today announced it has been named a 2016 Stevie® Award finalist in the category of Female Entrepreneur of the Year. The Stevie Awards for Women in Business honor women executives, entrepreneurs, employees and the companies they run worldwide.

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    20. Ten Digital Skills You Need to Master to Become an Entrepreneur

      Ten Digital Skills You Need to Master to Become an Entrepreneur

      By Tomas Laurinavicius • 10/12/16 9:31am Coming up with an idea for a business it’s not the hardest part, execution is. Not everyone is destined to become the next Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg or Elon Musk, but applying an entrepreneurial mindset to your work can work wonders even if you work in a large company or are a freelancer with a steady client base. You might already have a set of strong digital skills but polishing them and adding a few more can take you to the next level.

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    21. A Paperboy Explains The Keys To Success In Business | Business

      A Paperboy Explains The Keys To Success In Business | Business

      (Before It's News) Creating a new business is not rocket science. Whether you are starting a paper route, or commercializing a complex technology, the same basic principles of success apply. I found this illustrated well in a new book I just finished, “ A Paperboy’s Fable ,” by a young entrepreneur and writer Deep Patel. It doesn’t take a superior intellect or big credentials to succeed in business.

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