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Monday, June 15, 2015 Duncan Lennox - CEO & Co-Founder, Qstream
For most start-ups it has traditionally been considered too risky and difficult to broaden beyond the domestic market in the early years.
Expert Advice
Saturday, May 16, 2015 Amaan Udhas - Founder & CEO, Orbit
The idea for Orbit was birthed in two college dorms: Penn State & Northeastern over a phone call.
Entrepreneurship
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 Dave O’Flanagan - CEO and Co-Founder, Boxever
There comes a time – typically early on – where most viable startups face a critical decision: where, when and how to expand internationally.
Expert Advice
Thursday, April 23, 2015 Adam Berrey - CEO & Co-Founder, Curoverse
In the early days at most startups (unless a VC accidentally dumped $5m on you before you were ready), a handful of people are sitting together in a small cramped space.
Expert Advice
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Patrick Campbell - Co-Founder & CEO, Price Intelligently
When you’re part of a SaaS pricing company, releasing a free SaaS product has a bit of irony—especially when you’ve aggressively argued about the misuse of freemium before.
Technology Trends
Thursday, March 19, 2015 Michelle A. Heath - Founder & CEO, Growth Street Marketing
I know you want me to like your posts, to share your posts, to comment on your posts. To retweet your content. To open and click on your emails. In the words of the great Seth Godin, you want me to be a sneezer. But, you can’t always get what you want.
Expert Advice
Thursday, February 26, 2015 Jim McHugh - Experienced Executive & CEO Coach
A CEO friend recently told me that he asked three people to leave his company over the last few months.  After they were terminated, there was a marked improvement in the overall morale and attitude of the other employees.
Lessons Learned
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 Jeff Whatcott - Co-Founder & CEO, Outlearn
A few years ago, in a moment of intense frustration, I wrote down six keys to effective leadership. I will spare you the detailed context to protect the guilty, but at the time I was desperate to communicate what effective leaders do.
Lessons Learned
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 Greg Raiz - Founder & CEO, Raizlabs
There are five stages of leadership that a company or individual can go through.
Expert Advice
Thursday, February 5, 2015 Michelle A. Heath - Founder & CEO, Growth Street Marketing
My dream of starting my own business looked like a fog machine induced haze of controlling my own destiny, only working with people I like, changing the world, sharing brilliant ideas, growing and challenging myself, having more work/life balance and being way more fulfilled in life.
Entrepreneurship