I am an entrepreneur and the co-founder of Weekdone, a weekly employee reporting service. My background has always been tied with different start-ups and entrepreneurial activity. I have been involved in various IT-service firms because I love early stage technology and internet business.
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One good way to keep a customer is to make them happy via a subscription. This no-brainer tip is a basic necessity to business, especially to those has subscriptions included in their itinerary. From monthly magazine deliveries to house to house freebies, more and more business owners have used different strategies to cope up with the competition of subscription.Read more ›
Building up a newly born website is very hard, especially if you’re the type of person who likes to work alone. Getting that website to be popular enough to generate traffic is a tremendous task that is complicated to work on; a single person can’t work it out alone.Read more ›
With more and more of our time spent online, there are hundreds of articles that will help you develop the perfect online presence. You can learn how to create an optimized social media profile, a blog post with the perfect headline, and a website that will make you look like the pre-eminent expert in your field.Read more ›
A 2013 study estimated that the cost of cybercrime last year escalated 78%, with an average cost of $1 million to resolve an attack. Many concerns are raised as predictions indicate that cybercrime will continue to increase in the near future.Read more ›
In 2012, more than 78% of businesses had suffered at least one data breach in the last two years, according to a Trend Micro-sponsored study conducted by the Ponemon Institute.
No matter their size, all businesses using any kind of internet or wireless connectivity need to be aware of data security in order to keep data as safe as possible.Read more ›
LinkedIn has acquired Newsle, the news alerts startup for your professional and social network. Newsle sends email alerts to its users whenever it finds news about their social network connections. We founded Newsle with a simple goal: to deliver important news about the people who matter to you. Three years and [...]Read more ›
A place you can see this lack of forethought in the business world is the rapid-fire manner in which entrepreneurs and business owners solve problems. For those leading a business, it can seem that every day is simply a pinball game in which they bounce from problem to issue to obstacle to annoyance to challenge.Read more ›
How do you discover what is going on in the minds of your employees? Ever wish that you had the power of mind-reading, or mental telepathy?Read more ›
Some companies either don’t have the capacity or the ability to expand and manage their own IT infrastructure. The potential benefits of moving some IT resources off site can address many of these concerns, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that every company should immediately make the shift. There are a number of factors that could still impact your decision to use a third party service provider.Read more ›
European entrepreneurs have a reason to celebrate this weekend as Google is bringing its bank account across the pond. Google Ventures announced today that they’re launching a new venture fund to invest $100 million in Europe’s most disruptive startups. “We believe Europe’s startup scene has enormous potential. We’ve seen compelling [...]Read more ›
If you own a small business, you can likely benefit from using accounting software made for the typical SMB. There are so many programs available that it’s hard to choose the best one.
In general, accounting software will reduce your stress by increasing your efficiency. These five programs will do just that.Read more ›
One of the greatest fears small business owners express when launching HR initiatives is the loss of their unique, close-knit working environment. Small business owners move away from corporate America because they don’t want to be bound by legislature and regulations, right?Read more ›
In Nashville last week, LaunchTN gathered entrepreneurs from 10 states and over 70 investment firms for a shindig known as SouthlandSE. The “investor-conference-cum-Southern-festival” goes on alongside Bonaroo. It is gaining steam as the “SXSW” of the South.
This year, CEOs from Silicon Valley companies, such as Box, Bonobos, PayPal, and Pando, shared the stage with top startups from Atlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis, and even Mexico.Read more ›
Small business employees operate more like a family than a corporation. They work alongside each other each day, developing a natural closeness and loyalty.
But what happens when employees become a little too comfortable at work?Read more ›
We have all probably found ourselves at some point in a position that seemed a whole lot better on paper than it actually is in real life. Where we were once excited, we now dread the very thought of walking into the office each day. We have talked to our friends about it, and they all ask why we are still in the position. But still, is it that the role itself is bad? Or is it just these specific circumstances?Read more ›
Mondays are difficult to handle, especially if your weekend has been full of play. If one were to take a cursory glance on Twitter on a Monday morning, most tweets will be around Monday morning blues.
Building on this insight for engaging with young adventure lovers, High Sierra has launched the #TakebackMondays campaign on social media.Read more ›