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Purdue University professor Caroline Janney teaches a history course on American women in the 18th and 19th centuries. Today’s lecture focuses on the role of women during the Civil War. Janney argues that women provided invaluable services to the soldiers while maintaining the home front.
Sursa :http://www.c-span.org


Just recently, The Pew Internet and Research Center found that 69% of women use social networking sites, with 89% of those users being younger women or “power users.” Laura Roeder is no exception; she has a daily conversation with over 14,000 Facebook fans [1] and with more than 16,000 Twitter [2] followers. In fact, her company, LKR [3], helps small businesses become new media power users. We sat down to talk tech, social media, and everything small business, and what better place to have this conversation than at BlogWorld LA [4], where new media experts share their techniques and knowledge. Laura was presenting, and I was there to get the perspective of a young woman in tech, one who by the way, just got listed on the Empact100 list [5], (a list that showcases entrepreneurial leaders under 30), and will be honored at a summit hosted at the White house. [6] Laura Roeder started her business from behind a video camera, where she taught potential clients how to get comfortable online. In person, she is even more open and refreshingly candid. We talked about how small businesses can create conversations online, about women in the tech field, about young entrepreneurs, and about her company. I started the conversation on this post, the businesses that helped make technology and the women who founded them [7], and Laura and I continued the conversation at BlogWorld LA [4]--surrounded by business people having video-taped meetings and bloggers on laptops--a conversation I’ll probably start titling, ‘Women In Tech’ (I’m open to other recommendations of course). Cheryl Isaac: You spoke about “How NOT To Do Everything Yourself” at BlogWorld LA. Why that topic? Laura: I’m talking to people who have bootstrapped their business, and when you bootstrap a business, you do everything yourself because you have to. So what I tell people is that if you want to grow your business, it’s essential to add people to your team, and you only have 24 hours a day so the only way to add more hours is to add more people that have their own 24 hours to add to your 24 hours. Cheryl Isaac: With your business model, you aim to “make social media easy.” What’s one of the first things you would do for an entrepreneur who may utilize your services? Laura: Most social media blogs are written for social media experts, I find that most of the information is inaccessible, with jargon meant for people in the social media field. The goal of my business is to make tech and social media accessible for everyone. Most times, small business owners want to dive into a social media site after they’ve seen a news item or something that makes them want to use it. Sometimes they try and are overwhelmed. They need someone to show them step by step how to use these tools. And what I found was that while there was a lot of information about how to use Twitter for example, there was not a lot of information about how small businesses could use Twitter. I help people eliminate the steps in the sales process by building a relationship with a potential client, until the person is ready to do business.So to give you an example, let’s say you are a CPA, Twitter is a great tool to stay in touch with a prospect. So let’s say you have a person who may not be ready to hire you, Twitter is a low commitment route. Meaning, you meet someone, follow them, and you can maintain a relationship in a way that’s scalable.  So if you want to keep in touch with someone, but you don’t have an immediate reason to buy or sell, you can follow them on Twitter. Cheryl Isaac: One of the things that your company does that I found to be interesting, is you host meet-ups for small businesses. How did you decide to start doing that? Laura: When I look at companies that I admire, I think of Kia. They became famous for having meet-ups, where Kia owners get together. That’s something I wanted to emulate for my business. When you serve small businesses, they are desperate to find other small business owners to network with. So the meet-ups that we host are fun. [1] http://www.facebook.com/GetTheDash [2] http://twitter.com/#!/lkr [3] http://www.lauraroeder.com/ [4] http://www.blogworldexpo.com/2011-la/conference-information/ [5] http://empact100.com/about.php [6] http://www.feesummit.com/ [7] http://www.forbes.com/sites/worldviews/2011/10/27/the-businesses-that-make-technology-simple-and-the-women-who-founded-them/ [8] http://www.blogworldexpo.com/2011-la/conference-information/
Sursa :http://blogs.forbes.com


Company and Business Legislation of the NetherlandsLawyers, business leaders, and anyone planning on doing business in the Netherlands or with a business based in the Netherlands will find this translated volume immensely valuable. 
Sursa :http://www.cartejuridica.net




In an environment where good information was scarce, where politicians and business moguls pulled the strings behind the mainstream Romanian media, Business Media Group was the first publishing company to focus on the foreign and domestic investor and provide them with the kind of practical information needed to help them make decisions.This was the general context when Business Review - Romania's premiere business weekly - was launched. Ever since, the magazine positioned itself and was consistently viewed as the serious choice among foreign and Romanian business readers.Now, Business Review is the leader on the local English language business publications, offering objective and accurate content, news, analyses and interviews with Romania's business players. We cover information from all Romania's emerging markets and we present them for all intrested in doing business in Romania.
Sursa :http://www.cartejuridica.net


Interested in growing your business? We are specialized in business development, business coaching, mentoring for small and medium businesses.
Sursa :http://www.inscriere-director-web.ro


Interested in growing your business? We are specialized in business development, business coaching, mentoring for small and medium businesses.
Sursa :http://www.diand.ro


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Sursa :http://www.konkurs.ro


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