Best Practices

AKSourceLink: What if Businesses Were Stewards of Community Values and Sustainability All Over the World?

A co-op is a user-owned and democratically controlled business that distributes profits and benefits among its members in the basis of use. Co-ops exist in almost every country in the world and in every economic sector, always following this definition and guided by a set of principles established by the International Cooperative Alliance, one of the largest non-profits in the planet with branches in 94 countries.

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U.S.SourceLink: How Can the Legal Profession Keep Up with Entrepreneurs?

That’s the question that faces lawyers and entrepreneurs as technology evolves and the economy becomes more entrepreneurial. And that’s the question that the Innovation Practice Institute (IPI) was created to answer.

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U.S.SourceLink: Why Community Colleges Are Ideal Linchpins for Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

Community colleges are already powerful enabling technologies for growing local economies. Here’s a post from Norris Krueger explaining how we can build on that and use community colleges to competitive advantage.

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SoMNSourceLink: Is Your Company's Work Environment Influenced by a Few Negative Nellies?

For anyone faced with negativity in the workplace, read on to find some helpful insights on why this happens and what to do about it.

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MOSourceLink: When Sprint Met Startups

Sprint's Kevin McGinnis has some tips for corporations that would like to get involved in entrepreneurship.

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Loudoun SourceLink: 8 Ways to Get Investors to Say Yes

Being passionate and prepared = more investors saying “yes” to your pitch. Use these eight tips to get ready for those important meetings.

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Network Kansas: When E-mail Isn't Enough

In today's world, it's important to be fluent in virtual communication. From e-mail to instant messages, social media to webinars, there are dozens of ways to stay in touch with coworkers and clients across the globe, but there are times when a face-to-face interaction isn't just a bonus; it's necessary.

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IASourceLink: Why You Should Know About Fair Use

Find out how copyright laws and Fair Use can be good for your business!

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AKSourceLink: Tips for a Great Exhibit Booth Using the Five Senses

If you are selling or promoting your product at booths in craft fairs, art shows, or other venues it is important to have a compelling display. There a variety of ways to improve your booth. As you plan for your booth you want to keep in mind the 5 senses.

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NetWork Kansas: 6 Steps to Improve Your Email Efficiency

Move over staff meetings, email has taken the crown for time wasting. Keeping your inbox organized is step one in the fight to regain control of your email. Here are a few of our best tips to whip your inbox into shape.

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Loudoun SourceLink: 7 Books to Take to the Pool

Business mentors don't have to be people you personally know. Get info and advice from business book authors that may shave years off your learning curve.

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KCSourceLink: Myth-Busting Fears About Exporting

You can look past common myths and fears behind exporting in order to grow your business.

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Loudoun SourceLink: Make Your Facebook Page Work for You

Summary: Facebook ads can be incredibly effective for small businesses - at a fraction of the cost of traditional ads. Find out how.

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ARKSourceLink: Creating An Engaging Website

As an entrepreneur, having a website for your company is important. To get the most out of your website it needs to be engaging. Bounce rate can help determine how engaging your website is. Here are some tips are decreasing bounce rate for your website.

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SoMNSourceLink: Building a Pitch for Your Idea

How does the entrepreneur learn the techniques of giving the pitch? Check out some ideas here!

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