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La Start-up israélienne qui va apporter le Wi-Fi gratuit partout

La Start-up israélienne qui va apporter le Wi-Fi gratuit partout | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
YadWire a développé la technologie qui permet à chaque business d'amortir le coût de l'offre du Wi-Fi gratuit au public avec de la publicité.
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10 Must-Have Business Apps for 2011

10 Must-Have Business Apps for 2011 | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
These downloadable applications can improve productivity, ROI and time management for businesses of all sizes.

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How Are Small Businesses Using Social Media (And What Are They Doing Wrong)? [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Are Small Businesses Using Social Media (And What Are They Doing Wrong)? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
How Are Small Businesses Using Social Media (And What Are They Doing Wrong)? [INFOGRAPHIC]
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10 Rules of Mobile Etiquette for Small Businesses

10 Rules of Mobile Etiquette for Small Businesses | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it

As small business owners, the mobile phone is one of our most important tools. So important, that we may forget that “anywhere and everywhere” is not our office. And as your business grows, it’s not just your own behavior with a cell phone you have to think about. You also have to make sure your employees exhibit professionalism, stay safe and present a positive public image of your business while using mobile devices. So, hit the pause button for a few minutes to review our 10 rules of mobile etiquette for small businesses:

1. Move 10 feet away if you must take a call.
2. Avoid checking that smartphone in meetings.
3. Return calls within 24 hours.
4. Know where NOT to talk.
5. Speak softly and carry a big stick.
6. Ditch that wild ringtone.
7. Avoid speaking about private matters in public places.
8. Plan ahead for good reception.
9. Keep your mind on your driving!
10. Secure your mobile device with a locking password.


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3 People You Need on a Startup Team - Fox Business

3 People You Need on a Startup Team - Fox Business | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
3 People You Need on a Startup Team Fox Business “These are execution titles for companies with known business models and known customers and known pricing structures,” says Blank – very different from a startup, which has to constantly test new...
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U’Start’Me : un réseau social pour mettre en re...

U’Start’Me : un réseau social pour mettre en re... | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
Trouver des compétences, trouver des investisseurs... L'entrepreneuriat nécessite de développer son réseau de contacts et de rencontrer les bonnes personnes au bon moment.

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Innovation and risk: Putting an end to the fear of failure

Innovation and risk: Putting an end to the fear of failure | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
In Silicon Valley, technology entrepreneurs who fail often start over and create successful companies on the second or third try. Failure is seen as a...

 

The most important skills set for the 21st century is creative problem-solving and critical thinking. Our world is changing fast and the traditional career paths of the 20th Century no longer guarantee lifetime employment or security. Entrepreneurs develop resilience to adapt to changing conditions. And the development of the Internet offers a new generation of graduates the unparalleled possibility of founding a new company with a low capital investment – creating the fabric of tomorrow’s economy.

 

 That will only happen in Europe if our society embraces well-reasoned risk-taking, failure and entrepreneurship. To start down that path, we need to free a new generation of students from the notion that they should follow the dictates of their parents’ generation, for whom success meant working for a large company or in government. The company man and the bureaucrat are yesterday’s heros. Tomorrow’s are the inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs. It is those individuals who can carry the European economy out of its current crisis and into a brighter future.

 


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The most important skills set for the 21st century is creative problem-solving and critical thinking. Our world is changing fast and the traditional career paths of the 20th Century no longer guarantee lifetime employment or security. Entrepreneurs develop resilience to adapt to changing conditions. And the development of the Internet offers a new generation of graduates the unparalleled possibility of founding a new company with a low capital investment – creating the fabric of tomorrow’s economy.

 

 That will only happen in Europe if our society embraces well-reasoned risk-taking, failure and entrepreneurship. To start down that path, we need to free a new generation of students from the notion that they should follow the dictates of their parents’ generation, for whom success meant working for a large company or in government. The company man and the bureaucrat are yesterday’s heros. Tomorrow’s are the inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs. It is those individuals who can carry the European economy out of its current crisis and into a brighter future.

 

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Small businesses tackle social media marketing

Small businesses tackle social media marketing | Start-uper: métier d'avenir | Scoop.it
Weinhagen Tire Co. in St. Paul needed to attract new customers. Owner Mike Weinhagen had tried traditional advertising -- fliers, coupons, direct mailings -- but it was more expensive and less effective than hed hoped.
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