We often make daily business transactions without taking a closer look at what transpired. For instance, think about a past meeting with a potential client. What did you expect to happen? Did the meeting go by the book? How did the potential client act? What did he or she want from you? If all goes according to your plan, value proposition will be discussed, but you may have never even noticed it.
We often try to provide our employees with incentives to motivate them, which we hope will provide our business with positive results. Thephilosophy, of course, is that wemust keep our employees happy in order to run a successful business. If our employees view us as the boss without a heart, they will be more likely torebel or be careless.
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More often than not, we write some sort of formal communication each week. Whether that be in form of a typed letter or an email, we are constantly writing to a prospective client or to another business. Even though the bulk of our letters are standard, our chance to be creative is in the way we close our letters.
According to eMarketer, by the year 2016, the growth of mobile social network users is expected to reach 1.7 billion users, a 210% increase from 2011. Marketers need to be aware of this growth and begin to build a strong foundation for an effective mobile social engagement strategy now. In this whitepaper, Virture explores how mobile users are connecting with brands on Facebook.
Steven Courtney began working in restaurants at age 14 and fell in love with food. Due to his fascination, he quickly moved through the ranks at several restaurants. Steven understood that he wanted something bigger then restaurants, which is how he discovered a new and different career : food science.
After graduating, he was hired at Campbell Soup Company. It was here where Steven was introduced to an entirely new world and quickly became fascinated with how everything worked in corporate America. Steven began to think bigger and started his own company. He began joining organizations, reading, researching, brainstorming, sitting in on lectures, networking, and attending entrepreneur events.
Steven is surrounding himself with, and learning from, the smartest and most talented entrepreneurs in Philadelphia. Steven is very interested in networking and believes that the lessons he's learned from others are priceless. Steven is currently working on an exciting new idea in which he plans to disrupt the social world.
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