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5 Tips for Managing a Team In Your Startup
May26

5 Tips for Managing a Team In Your Startup

Managing a team is an important part of making sure your startup is successful. After all, no one gets to where they are going alone. And seldom, if ever, are businesses one-man shows. The reality is startups of all kinds likely need to hire people to expand. This means its imperative that startup founders learn the rules for managing a team. Because the reality is that managing people is not always easy, but it’s a necessary skill...

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Leantime Is The Opinionated Project Management System for Startups
May23

Leantime Is The Opinionated Project Management System for Startups

Entrepreneurs and folks who work in the corporate world frequently find that with every idea they have, they end up using the Lean Canvas template to test and validate whether they are on the right track.  Often, though, they find that what they end up with isn’t very ‘lean,’ which can look like post-it notes all over the office, messy and hard-to-read boards, and difficulty tracking where they are in the process. A lot of the...

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Laboratory Consultation Services Provides State-Mandated Online Courses For New York and California
May23

Laboratory Consultation Services Provides State-Mandated Online Courses For New York and California

If you work for New York state and are looking for a course in infection control, child abuse prevention, or school violence prevention, or work California state and are in need of a way to get your state-mandated dental courses out of the way, Laboratory Consultation Services is the solution you’re looking for. LCS is the leading online course provider for state-mandated courses, allowing you to select and complete your course...

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Dry Your Gear Anywhere, Anytime With The Malo’o DryRack
May18

Dry Your Gear Anywhere, Anytime With The Malo’o DryRack

Whether you love the cool mountain air, the relaxing nature of camping, the salty smell of the ocean, or just the great outdoors generally, you know that there are a lot of situations where important articles of clothing end up wet, whether by intention and design or incidentally. Gloves, wetsuits, towels, jackets, scarves, socks, wadders – whether it’s sweat, water, or mud, these items need to be aired out and dried....

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How to Respect Employees in Your Startup
May12

How to Respect Employees in Your Startup

Stanford Business recently released an article that is making waves. In the article, they discuss a new book that argues how Corporate America is the cause of the American health crisis. The article points to several different cultural and environmental factors that are negatively affecting people – starting with how they don’t respect employees. As a former recruiter, I noticed this unhealthy culture in many of the clients my company...

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AceBy: The First Location-Based App For Freelance Hiring

By now, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve either heard of “the gig economy,” you know someone who’s joined it, or you’re entrenched in it yourself.   Made up largely of project-based and on-demand services, the gig economy plays host to a diverse mix of contract workers, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and solopreneurs. Accommodating a broad range of services spanning accounting, programming & web design, engineering &...

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