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Marketing consultant Rosanna Imbriano, owner of RI Consultingin Cedar Grove, N.J., works each day to help companies and non-profit organizations build their sales and profits through the development of strategic alliances. She shares her expertise in a chapter she has written for an upcoming book, “Jersey Women Mean Business! Big Bold Business™ Advice from New Jersey Women Business Owners: Practical Pointers, Solutions, and Strategies for Business Success.” Her chapter is titled “Developing Strategic Alliances to Grow Your Business” and offers practical tips for business owners on how to increase their revenues without spending unnecessary marketing dollars. The book is being published by Woodpecker Press and is due out in the spring of 2012.
Imbriano, an expert in marketing development, assists both small and medium sized businesses boost their sales and become more profitable through the creation of strategic alliances. She was invited to contribute a chapter to the Big Bold Business book to highlight some of the tactics she employs with clients, who wish to build their businesses by partnering in particular areas with other like-minded companies.
How can strategic alliances support your business growth plans? Join host Donna Price, with Rosanna Imbriano to find out.
with guest Ronald McFarland, UNIKA Company Limited: One of UNIKA’s many product/service lines is business incubators for startup companies in China and Vietnam. Entrepreneurs who rent UNIKA’s factory space also use their dorms, cafeterias, meeting rooms, administrative services, copiers and printers. They can also leverage UNIKA’s purchasing power. Hear lessons learned about various cultures, international contracts, and strategic alliances.
One of UNIKA’s many product/service lines is business incubators for startup companies in China and Vietnam. Entrepreneurs who rent UNIKA’s factory space also use their dorms, cafeterias, meeting rooms, administrative services, copiers and printers. They can also leverage UNIKA’s purchasing power. Hear lessons learned about various cultures, international contracts, and strategic alliances.
Join Savvy Central Radio host Christina Nitschmann and acclaimed TV Business Expert Marsha Wright and take a journey into the world of The Secret Collaborative Economy. They will be discussing:
> What exactly is a strategic alliance?
> How to gain massive exposure through strategic alliances
> Why some strategic alliances are doomed to fail…and how to avoid it!
Wright’s International Bestseller ‘The Secret Collaborative Economy’ to a global audience of over 1.1 million people using the exact strategies she shares in her book. It describes in detail what tangible benefits small businesses and corporations can gain from creating an established Strategic Alliance Department; and working through this department for holistic business success from sales to recruiting great people.
- To find out more about Mrs. Wright go to: http://bit.ly/137Mhp4
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The Secret Collaborative Economy MORE CLIENTS, MORE EXPOSURE, MORE PROFIT, FASTER!
How do you continue to grow your business in a meaningful way that makes a difference? Implementing a Cause Marketing Strategy is an important first step.
But before you select a nonprofit partner – you need to create a Strategic Volunteer strategy and do your research. Effective cause marketing campaigns are built on solid foundations and taking the time to choose the best partner for your business is key to creating a successful outcome. More importantly, you need to think beyond the money. Strategic Volunteering is not just the monetary contribution. It’s also about donating time, products and services.
This week’s Guest, Susan Finch, is a web developer, strategic content and graphics creator, social marketing advisor, co-host/control room Google+ Hangout On Air maestro, and your personal web trainer. Susan also knows a lot about Strategic Volunteering and is sharing her best tips and advice for business owners.
Susan is the President of The Binky Patrol, a not-for-profit organization she founded 14 years ago to provide hand sewn, knitted, crocheted or quilted blankets to unwed mothers for their newborn babies as well as children and teens in need of comfort: those who are ill, abused, in shelters, foster care or experiencing any type of trauma.
The stories at The Binky Patrol will make your heart sing with joy… you can easily get involved… and it’s easy to make a Binky… watch this video to learn more!
Please connect with Susan via her website, Google+, Twitter and The Binky Patrol. She would LOVE to hear from you!
One critical aspect of deployment for any new smartphone is to use a robust MDM (Mobile Device Management) tool, one that enforces your policies and allows IT to track the devices within the enterprise.
These features typically pertain to the approved business apps on the device, data retention policies, Wi-Fi access from the device when it is not being used on a mobile network, and other data and network issues related to that smartphone model specifically.
The Techreact team is made up of seasoned professionals who have been friends for over 10 years and have worked in the technology industry since the dawn of time. Think punch cards, tape drives, commodore64, trs80, vic20, sinclair, kaypro, cpm, early dos days. We have seen the market develop from centralized enterprise computing to the dawn of the web, cloud computing and enterprise mobility. The Techreact Panel has a real passion for technology and the consumption and evolution of technology by the enterprise. Each week we will be insightful, witty, reporting, interviewing and commentary of the top initiatives of CIO and CTO in the Enterprise.
Marco Giunta CompuCom SYS, Financial Services, New York City
Chris Kieff Director Sprinklr Marketing and Advertising San Francisco
David Levin Strategic Alliances Director, Americas, Push Technology New York
Stephen Webster MRE Consulting CTO Datacenter Cloud Oil & Energy Expert Houston
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DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup and @thehrbuddy The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
The human brain is an amazing tool. Yet, many of its built-in thought patterns and ways of working do not serve business leaders well. The brain can process large amounts of information. It has a real talent for forming patterns and connections. And it loves to answer questions and solve problems. But it also has a tendency to see what it expects to see, overlook data that contradicts its prevailing view of the world, and have greater confidence in its decision-making abilities than it should. In order to become more effective leaders, we need a much deeper understanding of how our brain works and how it often gets in the way of winning.
Using Your Brain to Win is a fast, fun read that will change the way you think about what you think. And each chapter includes numerous “Playing with Your Brain” exercises to embed these important learning points into your daily routine.
As CEO and Managing Director of THE HUMAN FACTOR, Inc., Holly helps business leaders and their companies achieve excellence by creating clarity on what winning looks like and determining how to get there. She will help you achieve alignment and focus your organization so everyone is in the same race. Her unique approach to strategic agility, alignment and engagement - based on the approach Pause, Think, Focus, Run - provides the tools, techniques, and skills companies need to reach their destinations and achieve their goals.
As a consultant, Holly is frequently hired by companies such as Microsoft, Expedia, Edwards LifeSciences, Hilton Worldwide and Google to help them compete more effectively in today's uncertain markets.
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Holly's website is http://thehumanfactor.biz/
In order to attain "best in class" book sales results, "best in class" authors realize that their distinct book marketing timeline should commence 6 to 12 months in advance of the book title's full distribution release. Developing and implementing your strategic book marketing timeline will ultimately be the difference between a profitable roll out and rendering dismal book sales results. What essential components and factors should your book marketing timeline contain so that you cam maximize your opportunities for success, while minimizing your risk for failure. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
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Vancouver, BC – Planning for the long-term is something nearly every business struggles with. Most businesses can only plan a month to two months ahead, but it’s about having strategies that will take you years into the future. You need to think three to five years down the road. If the purpose of your business is to turn a profit, what are you doing to ensure that that happens?
Diane Baker is the founder of RiskAssist Consulting, which specializes in providing comprehensive risk management solutions to give business owners the peace of mind they expect. No matter what kind of business you run, RiskAssist Consulting can identify your operational vulnerabilities and strengths while working on your behalf to deliver an insurance program that minimizes your exposures for potential loss.
“Everyone is thinking short-term. That’s where a risk manager comes in, to encourage long-term strategic thinking,” says Baker. “It takes somebody with an objective point of view to encourage that conversation, someone who understands the business process.”
Risk management can ensure your business meets its long-term goals by adding certainty to your operations. Whether you’re a building owner, manufacturer or real estate company, the same questions apply to every business.
“It’s a matter of paying attention. It’s a matter of asking for help,” says Baker. “Yes, you’ve done very well; you’ve built a successful business but where do you go from here? What do you as a business owner hope to achieve?"
“What’s missing today is the enthusiasm,” says Baker. “Business owners need to feel the process has already begun. Sometimes the simple act of asking the right questions and strategizing is enough to ignite the ‘fire” and excitement within. That energy will get you moving in the right direction."