By Donina Ifurung, On High Heels, 11/17/10 The marketplace continues to evolve, both in technology and in how businesses are run.  Computers process faster than ever, we have phones that can email, and give you turn-by-turn directions, cars that will parallel park for you, and vacuum cleaners you don’t have to push around. Yet the […]


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dgupta5150 on November 14th, 2010

Deepak, my name is Faruq Hunter and I am the vice president of international operations and strategies for genius consulting, which basically means that I’m the guy who travels around and opens up new markets throughout the world for our company. You need to know ahead of time that I am a very metaphorical person […]


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By Dianne Durkin I’ve built my business – Loyalty Factor – on the premise that loyalty is not dead. It’s certainly been hiding. Recent history helps us understand the many factors behind what appears to be a loss in corporate, employee, and customer loyalty. It also provides vital information to help bring loyalty back into […]


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dgupta5150 on October 17th, 2010

No one person can build a brand.  Every employee at every company is by far the best ambassador for the brand that exists.  “I heard that company X”” treats their employees really well.  They have really high standards. Customer service is really important to them…”  These kind of comments are what people remember.   Your employees […]


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dgupta5150 on October 10th, 2010

This economic downturn has made it even more competitive to stay on the radar of a potential employer or client.  One has to be more creative and proactive about helping others. In my circle, moving around companies every few years, job hopping and working for startups is the norm for many aggressive individuals looking to […]


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In recent studies I have conducted, major companies and organizations are still behind when it comes to using social media and the web to create brand awareness, brand recognition and brand loyalty. (Of course, not everyone is behind.) Based on case studies and research I’ve come to a conclusion one must have an understanding of […]


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dgupta5150 on October 2nd, 2010

Dr. Mike Stull – CSUSB According to the US Small Business Administration (SBA), approximately 50% of businesses fail within the first five years of operation. What could be driving such a staggering number? My experience working with hundreds of business owners and business consultants over the last 12 years suggests that many business fail for […]


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Joju Mangalam US workforce is rapidly changing due to the aging of baby boomers. The first wave of baby boomers has already hit the retirement age and the next waves will be doing so constantly for the next twenty years (till about 2030). Meanwhile, all signs indicate that upcoming generations are not fully trained or educated […]


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dgupta5150 on September 28th, 2010

The primary reason startup businesses fail is due to management’s failure to correct one or more of the five key operating elements.  To avoid failure, you need to understand what these elements are and how to effectively implement them in your business.  Each element is discussed in this article. The first element is liquidity.  This […]


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dgupta5150 on September 3rd, 2010

Too often, when we consider branding, we focus entirely on the name of the business, the smartness of the tag line, or the commercials we produce. But branding should be about creating a consistent experience for the customers — and the way that is best accomplished is actions. We all know that that we believe […]


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