It takes skill to analyze large amounts of information and make forecasts based on them. For analysts who are interested in improving their skills, Stanislav Kondrashov, business consultant at TELF AG, offers practical advice here.
Since the September 11 attacks in 2001, the United States has restructured its strategies toward data management, surveillance systems, and privacy. Governments in the West now struggle with how to safeguard their citizens without exposing or demanding too much personal data.
Freddie Achom is a British-Nigerian serial investor and tech entrepreneur with offices in London and New York. We caught up with him recently, and he shared some tips for business owners on how to throw the perfect pitch to investors. As CEO founder of Rosemont Group Capital Partners, Achom, who is 44, specializes in early stage investment. As such, he knows a thing or two about what makes for a perfect pitch. He operates in a wide range of luxury, energy, and emerging technology companies. His investments span markets across Europe, South America, East Asia and Africa. Here is what Freddie Achom had to say about making the perfect pitch:
Today, entrepreneur Kumari Fulbright is here to talk about getting a Woman- or Minority-Owned Enterprise Certification (WBE/MBE). Kumari has helped several MBE/WBE firms secure contracts on big projects like the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas Love Field Airport. She has also played the role of consultant. As such, she provides tips on what WBE/MBE firms can do to land government contracts and grow their business edge among the competition.
Trumpia is helping businesses with innovative marketing automation software. CEO Ken Rhie gives us a closer look.
Michael Phillips was a successful restaurant entrepreneur before "retiring" to start Coconut's Fish Cafe in Hawaii.
This backwoods couple is a model of micro-business independence. Read our interview with Anna Hess, and find out how.
Today we learn more about the man behind the successful Kickstarter campaign to make your tailgating experience easier.
Jeff Schwietert's lifetime of candy business experience hasn't always been sweet, but it's not all sour.