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Customer Engagement Manager @airware San Francisco, CA, USA

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Based in San Francisco, Airware has gathered a cross-disciplinary team of experts in aerospace, robotics, geospatial, hardware, software, and cloud. Founded in 2011, Airware has raised more than $40 million to date from investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, First Round Capital,Google Ventures, GE Ventures, and Intel Capital. Airware is inventing the way enterprises use drones to manage property and facilities, natural resources, and infrastructure. Our customers are in industries like Insurance, Utilities, Oil & Gas, Mining, Engineering, and Construction. Airware solutions help our customers increase productivity, improve safety, and collect new types of data for analyses and applications that weren’t previously possible.  As we work to make commercial drones a mainstream tool for the enterprise, we are looking for experienced customer engagement managers to help our customers integrate this exciting new technology into their business processes. The Customer Engagement Manager (CEM) is Airware’s main point of contact with the customer, providing continuity from the sales process and initial requirements assessment, to delivery of solutions.  The CEM should be equally comfortable working with senior executives and information technology team to bridge between business requirements and technical implementation.  The Customer Engagement Manager will be responsible for: Assisting Business Development and Sales in developing and delivering proposals to customers. Conducting process modeling and requirements workshops. Working with senior executives to develop comprehensive ROI analyses. Working with Airware and customer technical teams to design solutions that change the way our customers do business. The CEM is also responsible for managing project scope to ensure successful outcomes for the customer and Airware. The Airware implementation methodology includes the following phases: Proof of Concept – the CEM will lead a team to gather requirements, conduct field assessments using drones to collect data, conceptual system design, and ROI assessment Solutions Engineering – the CEM will develop a scope of work to tailor Airware system workflows, user interfaces, and system level interfaces to meet customer needs and ensure that required functionality is delivered. Pilot Study – the CEM will oversee the deployment of pilot systems and develop the monitoring process and metrics to ensure that the proposed ROI is proven to the customer. Sample Projects Property inspection system for a major insurance company Infrastructure analysis system for a major oil company Facility survey system for a major mining company Tower inspection system for a major cellular operator Sample Activities Plan and execute business process modeling workshops Facilitate cross-functional meetings with customer stakeholders Lead project teams consisting of engineers and scientists Create business cases, perform financial analysis, KPI identification, ROI models Create system diagrams to ensure full capture of ideal customer process Present findings and status to C-level customers Conduct regular status meetings and track progress Responsibilities: Successful delivery of proof of concept projects Liaison between customer executives and Airware leadership team Create business process models integrating Airware technology and customer systems and processes Financial modeling, business case creation Consolidate customer requirements and prioritize work for Airware professional services and engineering teams   Necessary skills and experience 2-5 years experience at a top tier management consulting firm as an engagement manager Experience in business process design, process mapping, workshops and meeting facilitation Business case creation, including: financial analysis, KPI identification and ROI modeling Project management and planning Beneficial Skills and Experience (Nice to have, not required) Engineering degree Experience with commercial UAVs Experience with enterprise IT deployment


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Sales Consultant @NowFloats Hyderabad, India

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NowFloats was founded by an experienced and diverse team, which has previously worked in Microsoft, GE and Saatchi & Saatchi. NowFloats has file...


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18 Plugins to Speed up Your Google Analytics Implementation

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A exhaustive list of plugins/tools to help you implement simple & advance Google Analytics tracking functionality with ease.


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Bonnie Burns's curator insight, September 28, 2015 10:36 AM

Basic Google Analytics implementation is quite simple to use, however the more advanced side of Google Analytics Tracking, for example Enhanced E-commerce, Content Grouping, Custom Dimensions, and many more are complex and they require more of a technical understanding of the code.

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Experienced Hybrid App Developer @fixwithaclick Gurgaon, India | YoStartups | Top Startup Jobs

Experienced Hybrid App Developer @fixwithaclick Gurgaon, India | YoStartups | Top Startup Jobs | Job and Life | Scoop.it

Fixofy.com is a portal that believes in providing quality handyman services to the comforts of your homes with just a click of the hand. It inherently believes in quality and assures of a timely delivery.


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Fixofy strives to transform web based services by providing ease of accessibility through a user-friendly interface and wide connectivity.It brings you the opportunity of accessing a variety of services through just a click.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Mobile app/Website requirement capture and analysis, design, develop, test and customer acceptance.
  • Strengthen and improve architecture of front-end.
  • Strong team and communication skills.
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e-Jobs: Digital Forensics, Undergraduate School - Online Faculty UMUC

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A Master's degree in cyber security, digital forensics, criminal justice, intelligence studies, or related field from an accredited institution of higher learning.3-4 years of professional experience in cyber security, cybercrime, digital forensics, or related fieldYou must meet the minimum technology requirements, which can be reviewed at https://www.umuc.edu/visitors/careers/facultyrecruit/upload/Adjunct-Faculty-Minimum-Technology-Requirements.pdfExperience teaching adult learners online and in higher education is strongly preferred.
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Investigation of cyber crime is a growth field.  If you've got the skills and inclination to teach online, this program might be for you. 

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Learning to Learn: fighting cognitive biases

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Critical thinking is an increasingly important skill that has been overlooked by many as information becomes more accessible and superfluous.
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Happy Interior Blog: Why This Room Caught My Eye

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A fabulously stylish room that caught my eye! See why on the blog!


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Director of Talent Acquisition @airware San Francisco, CA, USA

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Based in San Francisco, Airware has gathered a cross-disciplinary team of experts in aerospace, robotics, geospatial, hardware, software, and cloud. Founded in 2011, Airware has raised more than $40 million to date from investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, First Round Capital,Google Ventures, GE Ventures, and Intel Capital. We’re growing and so is our talent acquisition team. Come join us as we continue to build a world-class technology organization! Airware is building the Aerial Information Platform for the development and safe operation of commercial drones. We need a high-octane Talent Acquisition Leader who shares our philosophy that recruiting quality talent requires innovative, out-of-the-box thinking. In order to hire the best people, you’ll develop and execute all Talent Acquisition strategies that will strengthen our organizational capabilities and align with our company objectives and values. We are looking for a collaborative leader that will drive, lead, and scale programs related to acquiring top talent. Responsibilities Set the vision, strategy and objectives for Talent Acquisition Define, develop and rollout recruiting metrics (qualitative and quantitative) in collaboration with the leadership team Lead, manage and develop the recruiting team while driving a high level of performance against our ambitious hiring plans Own and improve the recruiting process and tools to drive higher conversion rates and delight the candidates with an outstanding experience Provide expert guidance, facilitation and collaboration for hiring managers to recruit, identify, select, onboard, and retain highly skilled and diverse candidates Partner closely with leadership to develop, optimize and drive an efficient, consistent recruiting process from talent attraction and candidate identification to on-site assessment, offer proposal and negotiation Develop and implement a cohesive day-to-day recruiting operation and related programs across all functional areas Define, create, and lead talent branding programs Necessary Skills and Experience:  Expertise in building, implementing and managing scalable and innovative talent acquisition programs in technology companies 7-10+ years of experience in a recruiting function, preferably with a mix of start-ups and more established companies 3- 5+ years of experience in a leadership capacity building, motivating, and managing a team Deep understanding of recruiting metrics to measure recruiting effectiveness and performance Must be analytical, results oriented, able to multi-task and a self-starter who enjoys a challenge and is dedicated to “rolling up the sleeves” and getting the job done Ability and desire to balance leadership responsibilities with individual contributor recruiting responsibilities Passionate about finding the right people for the right roles Strong sourcing, candidate management, and sourcing skills Experience leveraging a variety of talent acquisition systems, tools and services Exceptional communication skills with the ability to inspire confidence, build trust and gain support Desire to work in a highly collaborative, hands-on and engaged culture B.S. or equivalent preferred Beneficial Skills and Experience Greenhouse power user How to apply and what to expect:   Apply online. In addition to a resume, please include a short explanation of your background, accomplishments and what excites you about Airware. This will help us to get a multi-dimensional view of who you are and connect you to the right person at Airware quickly.


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Web Developer (Frontend) @GOQiiLife Mumbai, India

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GOQii focuses on sustained engagement & goal reinforcement and offers a complete ecosystem as a single integrated solution, which is a powerful ...


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Clear And Measurable Goals Make A Startup Successful | YoStartups | Top Startup Jobs

Clear And Measurable Goals Make A Startup Successful | YoStartups | Top Startup Jobs | Job and Life | Scoop.it
Creating goals that can be held in common across the network is an essential anchor for startups companies to break ground. It is envisioned that the or...

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Creating goals that can be held in common across the network is an essential anchor for startups companies to break ground. It is envisioned that the organizations of the future will be networks, clusters, cross-functional teams, temporary systems, ad hoc task forces, lattices, modules, and matrices—almost anything but pyramids. We don’t even know yet what to call these new configurations, but we do know that the ones that succeed will be less hierarchical and have more linkages based on common goals rather than traditional reporting relationships which breed power and discontent. Thus it makes more sense to model your startups on what will be prevalent in future rather than designing them on thoughts and practices of yester years.

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Full text: Prime Ministers Modi's speech at Start-up Konnect 2015 | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

Full text: Prime Ministers Modi's speech at Start-up Konnect 2015 | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis | Job and Life | Scoop.it
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at the start-up event conducted by Nasscom, TiE Silicon Valley, and IIM Ahmedabad's CIIE India, to showcase India's start-up ecosystem. Here's the full text of his speech.

Thank you, every one! 

Let's give a big hand to our outstanding young exhibitors today. 

Thank you for coming out in strength on a Sunday. 

Reid Hoffman, your LinkedIn is a great product. And, you are an inspiration to many here and in India. 

Thank you, Mohan, Venkie, Ambassador. 


It is a great pleasure to be here. For me, this is a special event, because the idea of startups is close to my heart. 

You are likely to wonder why, because governments and national capitals are supposed to stop or slow things down, not start them up. 

I know this was once the view of Washington from Silicon Valley; and, this is exactly how tech specialists in Bengaluru thought about New Delhi. 

And, I know that many of you think that the only problems that have not been solved are the ones for which you have not written the apps yet. 

When I shifted to Delhi last year, I thought of my government as a Startup. So, I also saw some of the bumps you face on the road. 

I understand your challenges, but also the wonderful feeling of creating something new. 

The course of human history and progress has been shaped by imagination, inspiration, invention and innovation. 

I often say, if there’s a strong wind blowing, some might want to shut the window. Others will want to put up a windmill or launch their sails on the seas. 

The difference between perception of something as a challenge or an opportunity is the difference between inertia and initiative; status quo and progress. 

The idea of Start Ups is as ancient as this world. Each economic age has been defined by disruption of the previous one, by the evolution of ideas and products that displace the old ones. 

Start Ups have always been the engine of progress. The mega corporations of today were Startsup of yesterday. 

What is different now is that the digital age has created a fertile new environment for Startups. 

This is a world in which you don't grow by extracting resources, but by spreading an idea. More than the creator, it is the consumer, who discovers applications. 

Today, the Startups defy the natural rates of growth. An idea can become a global name within a year. Customers can multiply at the rate of millions, employees at the rate of thousands and valuation at the rate of billions. 

The convergence of technology, integration across diverse fields, distributed architecture and people willing to back an idea, have opened a new world for enterprise. 

This ecosystem was born in the Silicon Valley. No community is shaping our world as much as the one on this Californian Coast. 

It isn’t just big names, but small firms that are fashioning every day new ways to enrich human life with the joy of artists and creators. 

That underlines America’s success and inspires the world. 

So, I see Startups, technology and innovation as exciting and effective instruments for India’s transformation, and for creating jobs for our youth. 

We are a nation of 800 million youth below the age of 35 years. They are eager for change; have the energy and drive to pursue it; and, the confidence to achieve it. 

When each of the five hundred odd towns produces ten Startups and each of our six hundred thousand villages produce six small businesses, on a regular basis, we will create an enormous economic momentum and generate a huge number of jobs in our country. 

India’s own ecosystem of startups is evolving rapidly. It is driven by the energy, enterprise and innovation of our youth. 

We have a huge market with rapid growth and untapped opportunities in every sector. We now have the institutions, incentives and interest for new ventures. We have incubators, accelerators and investors willing to back an idea and assume risks. 

India has woken up to the potential of Startup Ventures with great enthusiasm and energy. In the past few years, they have grown exponentially. 

We have here an outstanding group of Startups from India. They are applying technology to transform healthcare, education, agriculture, clean energy, security, financial inclusion of the poor and access to clean water. 

Our Startups represent not just commercial success stories, but are powerful examples of social innovation. 

The pace at which people in India are taking to digital technology defies our stereotypes of age, education, language and income. 

There are nearly a billion people with cell phones in India; smart phones and internet users are in hundred millions, growing at high double digits. 

The scale of India's development needs is huge. And, the need to achieve it is urgent. 

We cannot simply continue on the traditional paths to development. 

This is the vision and the spirit behind Digital India, which I spoke about last night: to use technology to transform governance, empower our citizens, eliminate barriers to opportunities, deepen social change, impart scale and speed to development, improve delivery of services, design affordable products for the poor, customize services for specific groups,and build a more sustainable future for our planet. 

Startups will have an important role in achieving our vision. 

From creating infrastructure to providing services, from manufacture of products to human resource development, from supporting governments to enabling citizens and promoting digital literacy, Digital India is a vast cyber world of opportunities for you. 

I see Startups, not as short term investments, but as long term commitments. 

Our application and enterprise is limited only by our imagination. 

We have here today our Department of Space that provides free data on its portal. In the course of past few months, we have put together 170 applications of space technology in governance and development. 

Many of these could become the vehicles of new ventures in India. 

But, it is not just about the opportunities generated on the digital platform and advanced science by urban enterprises. 

I want to see the idea and the spirit of Startups light up the economies and the fortunes of people in rural India. From handicrafts to tourism, the frontiers of possibilities and the scale of reach in India is immense. 

I want this especially for our rural women, who have shown marvelous success in enterprise, whenever they have had opportunity. They transform not only our rural economy, but also our society. 

Our development models speak of Public Sector and Private Sector. I speak of a third sector, Personal Sector, of individual enterprises, micro enterprises and micro finances. 

That is why I focused on Startup India in the Independence Day Address this year. 

We are launching schemes that will support our mission. And, I assure you that they won’t trap your creativity in long government procedures. 

One is the Atal Innovation Mission, after former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayeeji to promote innovation. 

Another is SETU, which means bridge in Hindi – Self Employment & Talent Utilisation (SETU). This will be an incubation and facilitation programme. 

We are also setting up Electronics Development Fund to support design, development and launch of new products. 

We are reforming our regulations and processes, and making it easier to start and do business in India. 

We are making our digital infrastructure and services accessible and affordable that will also bring broadband to six hundred thousand villages, and free Wi Fi to schools, universities and public places. 

We are also giving the highest importance to data privacy and security, intellectual property rights and cyber security. 

So, Make in India, Skill India and Design India will create a surge of opportunities. 

So, friends, as we thought of Startups, it was natural to choose Silicon Valley for our first overseas event. 

For, India and the United States have a natural partnership of innovation and technology that has shaped the knowledge economy. 

I am told thatIndians account for 15% of startups here. Hundreds of thousands of Indian professionals here and in India are contributing to the global success of U.S. enterprises. Many are leading them today. 

Our universities, labs and firms are working together for next generation advanced bio fuels, solar energy and energy efficiency. 

Young Stanford scholars are teaming up with Indian counterparts in Delhi to make affordable biomedical devices for rural India. MIT Tata Centre's Khethworks is changing the lives of small farmers with solar-based irrigation systems. 

We have here with us Manu Prakash, a young Indian scientist in Stanford, who has a lab to his name at the university. 

This is the power of our cooperation and collaboration. Sitting here, you can touch the life of a young child in a remote village. 

I also hope that a young girl in a small town in India will look at the exhibitors today and dream of her own project. And, someone in Mumbai or the Bay Area will be the angel to her dreams. 

This is the possibility of the digital bridge - to connect distant lives and change fortunes and future. 

This is the potential of youth and innovation. 

It can ignite a partnership between India and the United States, which can advance prosperity in our two countries and give new content to our strategic partnership. 

It can enable us to lead in the digital century and find solutions to enduring human problems and emerging global challenges. 

I am delighted to see so many new partnerships formed today. 

I am honoured to launch the BHARAT Fund today – which stands not just for India, but also for Better Health, Agriculture, Renewable and Technologies. 

I am delighted that Qualcomm announced a fund of USD 150 million for Startups in India. I want to than TiE for its valued suggestions for creating a more supportive environment for Startups. 

I know you will succeed on the strength of your genius and enterprise. But, when you need a helping hand, or when you find hurdles in your way, we will be there for you. 

Let me thank NASSCOM, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad and TiE Silicon Valley for this very special event. 

I am confident that you have inspired many young talents in India, launched thousand new dreams, and sown the seeds of many India-U.S. partnerships. 

Thank you. 

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Genuine Work at Home Jobs Selling Ladies Fashion Online, Your own Business from Home. Best Home Jobs

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Your Own Online Business Selling Ladies Fashions and Accessories. Genuine Work from Home Business and Online Store. Easy Home business and Work at Home Ideas for Women.

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Happy Interior Blog: Botanical Prints By Pernille Møller Folcarelli

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Discover the beautiful botanical prints by Danish graphic designer Pernille Folcarelli on the blog


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Word of mouth, sponsored. Trusted recommendations, promoted. Reviews from friends, endorsed. This is the new lexicon of advertising. As the world learns to ig..
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