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“new business”

Who Gives This Type of Advice?

In a conversation with a client, we discussed a piece of advice he had received from a venture capitalist in regard to his business. He had been seeking an investment of a few million dollars, most of which would be spent on development and hardware infrastructure for the business. The business already had clients lined […]

Starting a Business

A recent course which was titled “Starting a Business” and ended being better named “Writing a Business Plan” got me thinking about what kind of advice I would give to someone just starting out. I thought back to a few businesses which started out as a single person, and have grown, and realized that there […]

The Network Reaches Completion

In any given day, I spend in excess of an hour working on my networks. Some of that time is spent on this site – writing articles, responding to comments. Other time is spent talking to colleagues to keep up-to-date on what’s happening around me. I visit a variety of sites (see my list of […]

Goals for 2010

It’s that time of year again. With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to think about where you’re going in life, whether that be personal, professional, or any other aspect of your life. Many people make New Year’s resolutions, but how many of you actually follow through on those resolutions? What I did last year […]

The Art of Customer Management

Dealing with clients is not part of a Computer Science degree. Here are some suggestions for working with clients who come to you with a bad idea.

Trading Cards

Do you share your business cards as often as possible?

Book Review – Web Startup Success Guide

I just bought a copy of The Web Startup Success Guide by Bob Walsh. It was an impulse purchase – I was actually looking for a book on PHP and MySQL and the cover caught my eye. I never heard of Bob Walsh, but I had heard of the guy who wrote the foreword – […]

Online Versus Face-to-face Networking

What do you think are some of the differences between online and face-to-face networking?