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4 Reasons the Poorest 4 Billion Matter to Business

The base of the pyramid (BoP) is the foundation upon which our global economy is built. But today it is weak. Current market practices and inefficiencies have left the 4 billion people at the BoP earning less than $10 per day without access to stable jobs, safe housing, formal education, [...]

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Want to Drive More Revenue? Stop Selling

Selling has turned into a complicated game of hide and seek. The problem is particularly vexing when sales teams try to engage the C-Suite. One of the biggest moves Teradata made was to disrupt their selling process and adopt a Services Selling Path model.

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Joshua Flagg: Entrepreneurship Lessons From A Top Real Estate Agent

I spoke to Joshua Flagg, who is recognized as one of the country’s top real estate professionals and star of the Bravo hit TV show, Million Dollar Listing LA. He's also the author of Million Dollar Agent: Brokering the Dream. With over 1 billion dollars' worth of property sold, Flagg is one of the top [...]

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Will SuitBids join the ranks of Freelancer and Expert360? - Startup Daily

There are many ‘middleman’ or ‘connector’ startups emerging in our ecosystem. Some of the most successful startups have essentially built peer-to-peer (P2P), business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) platforms – connecting people in ways that would otherwise be difficult if not impossible. The latest startup to enter this segment is SuitBids, founded by Sydney-based Chartered Accountants Bradley Seeto, Nick Chiarelli and Simon Litchfield.

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Today's Leaders Must Learn To Thrive In Disequilibrium

Technology and customer preferences are evolving so rapidly that the only businesses that will survive are those that are constantly adapting to changing conditions. Leaders must train themselves and their organizations to thrive in disequilibrium and embrace this constant state of flux.

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