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How to Create a Mobile Application

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / February 27, 2015

Are you guilty of saying the phrase, “Someone should create an app for that?” I know I am. Many people have a great idea for an app, but don’t know how to get it developed. The inspiration for this article was a conversation I had with a guy at a coffee shop. We discussed an idea he had for an app similar to Tinder. He prefaced telling me…

How a Note-Taking App Can Help You Plan Your Next Business Trip

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / August 22, 2014

  The days leading up to a business trip can be stressful, with professionals scrambling to gather the files and equipment they need for meetings, as well as packing clothing and personal items. In addition to this, travelers are also struggling to stay on top of daily business matters. It’s easy to see how small details can be overlooked. Note-taking apps like Evernote and Microsoft OneNote have become…

10 Crucial Apps For All Entrepreneurs

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / May 23, 2014

  Entrepreneurs have to look after many different things in a short span of time. From to-do lists, managing contacts, meetings and conference calls; there are several responsibilities. At times like these you can use technology to good effect and try to keep the chaos under control. It’s certainly true for entrepreneurs in tech industry who can benefit from the apps at their disposal. There are 10 apps…

Top 10 Communication Apps for 2014

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / February 13, 2014

There are many communications apps available in 2014. Here are some of the best of those apps that are free to use. As mobile and PC technology continues to advance at a stellar rate, hundreds of communications apps and software packages are continually developed to offer users more rewarding and effective communications solutions. Communications are an integral part of everyday life, and an important factor in the business…

10 Best Apps for Business School Students

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / February 8, 2014

While the days of chalkboards and the Dewey Decimal System are long gone, Business Administration and Management remains the most popular degree in America.  As more wide-eyed scholars begin college or pursue their master’s, the use of technology becomes more apparent.  Instead of textbooks and pencils, we see iPads and laptops.   With this movement set to continue, check out our list of the 10 best apps for…

Ready for the New Year? Here Are Top 7 Apps to Increase Business Productivity

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 24, 2014

As we sing the obligatory ‘Auld Lang Syne’ song and usher in the new year, it’s time to take stock of just how productive we were in the past year. Fortunately, there’s always room for improvement (no reason to berate yourself for that), even if your workload HAS been pretty overwhelming. Here are the best 7 apps that we think would help you increase productivity and ultimately help…

The World Would Literally Crash Without Facebook and Here’s Why

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / December 30, 2013

If you haven’t realized by now that Facebook runs our lives, it’s probably because you live in some remote village in Africa that no one cares about. We are all familiar with the terms “Facebook stalking”, “friending someone”, unfriending someone”, and we have undoubtedly told new sexual partners “to find [us] on Facebook!” Now that smartphones and their mobile apps are expected to outgrow home broadband use, Facebook…

The 12 Top Apps for Business Travel

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / June 14, 2013

QUESTION: Summer means travel == What new apps are making traveling easier and more fun than ever for entrepreneurs on the go? Question by: Ashley Square to get paid anywhere “I’m a big fan of Square. It allows me to accept credit card payments for books and other materials on my Android when I’m out and about at a speaking engagement or conference.” – Alexandra Levit | President and Founder, Inspiration at…

The Programs That Every Telecommuter Should Have

by / ⠀Startup Advice / April 10, 2013

After the recent flurry of controversy surrounding the leaked internal memo from Yahoo CEO Melissa Mayer that has curtailed her employees ability to work from home, the pros & cons of telecommuting have been fiercely debated.  The main argument from the perspective of Yahoo management is that a team of telecommuters won’t benefit from serendipitous innovation that comes about through casual discussions at the water cooler.  Other entrepreneurs…

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