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Five Pillars for Leading the Client-Focused Organization
3/9/2007
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Five Pillars to Leadership and Success: surround yourself with good people. Invest in them. Listen to them. Align culture and mission. And keep your commitments. Sounds deceptively simple, but implementing may be more complex.

Go To Source (www.leadertoleader.org)
Five Reasons Why You Should Blog for Your Business
3/9/2007
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Are you the voice of your business? A blog can be your chance to interact on a regular and direct basis with your customers. Plus, it can drive more business in your direction.

Go To Source (blog.inc.com)
Five to Help You Thrive
2/16/2007
Summary:

This article suggests that there are five key relationships that entrepreneurs running growth companies should work on developing: relationships with customers, employees, vendors, bankers, and mentors.

Go To Source (www.rismedia.com)
Fortune's Growing Technology -- ROI
10/1/2006
Summary:

This Fortune magazine special section provides a comprehensive view of business software for entrepreneurs interested in using technology to bolster their operations.

Go To Source (www.fortune.com)
Free Trade Agreements Information
7/22/2010
Summary:

A U.S. Government Guide to Free Trade Agreements

Go To Source (www.export.gov)
Free Trade Agreements Overview
10/29/2010
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Gives a general overview to the benefits of free trade, free trade agreements, and provides links to facts and information regarding specific current free trade agreements

Go To Source (www.export.gov)
Frequently Asked Questions for Exporting
10/29/2010
Summary:

Lists frequently asked questions on international trade with links to these answers

Go To Source (www.export.gov)
Fundraising: No-Shop Agreements
11/8/2007
Summary:

When seeking venture capital, entrepreneurs may be asked to sign a term sheet with a no-shop clause. That means the entrepreneur agrees not to seek other investors during the final negotiations. This blog entry contains some good advice that isn't necessarily obvious to the uninitiated.

Go To Source (www.burningdoor.com)
G/localization: When Global Information and Local Interaction Collide
1/17/2007
Summary:

As the world becomes flatter, we realize the role that culture and connectivity play in the development of our business models and social networks. Danah Boyd gives us an interesting look at how these elements play into the proliferation of online communities, and how the rules of engagement for these new businesses are also models of behavior and execution for other areas of the entrepreneur's life.

Go To Source (www.danah.org)
Geek Marketing 101
9/13/2007
Summary:

A message to geeks who may not appreciate that marketing is a conversation with customers, this practical piece can help them understand that the passions of geeks are not the passions of users. Ten quick, clear tips.

Go To Source (makemarketinghistory.blogspot.com)

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