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Alexandros Finomenos

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#Learn  from the #things  you will never #be  
We are 7 billion people in this world each one so different from the other and I would like to think that there is a reason for this. Diversity is not an accident, has a purpose and the mission to keep the whole knowledge spread in every single human so we can all together live in harmony. (I know you may laugh with the phrase “to live in harmony” but I think that was the objective, it doesn’t mean that we made it.) I see often in linkedin, posts...
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Tom Brouillette

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Reverse logistics is an important aspect of consumer satisfaction and retention in commerce.  This support can get complicated when additional partners are brought into the equation such as extended supply chain partners.  How can the retailer take these additional requirements into account?
Another important aspect to commerce and the consumer shopping demands is the customer returns, or reverse logistics, handling.  No discussion on commerce
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Michele Sabbie

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Do you Know Anyone looking earn 600 to 1500 dollars, with out going to work?
Do you Know Anyone like that?
Tell them to contact me.
Leave their contact info?
#ownyourlife
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Kelly Schaefer

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      Let’s face facts, many individuals in corporate leadership positions have created the illusion for themselves that their ideas alone are the best and their word on every subject within their sphere of influe...
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+Peter Ryckaert​, cultural mistakes to avoid...
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Joe Forte

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How to Use LinkedIn: The Ultimate List of LinkedIn Tips - With more than 347 million users, LinkedIn is the most popular social network for business owners and professionals as well as one of the top social networks overall. But do you know how to use LinkedIn to its fullest potential?

With new social networks sprouting up constantly, LinkedIn is a platform that often gets underutilized or put on the back burner. But the truth is, LinkedIn can be extremely powerful -- especially when you're aware of all the platform's hidden features that don't get nearly enough exposure as they deserve. So to help you master LinkedIn, we've compiled the ultimate list of LinkedIn tips you may be overlooking ... but definitely shouldn't. Read more...

http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/23454/The-Ultimate-Cheat-Sheet-for-Mastering-LinkedIn.aspx

#linkedin   #linkedinmarketing   #linkedintips  
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Make Financing Flexibility a Customer Retention Strategy
When it comes to payment terms, you want to receive payments on time, but maintaining a healthy customer relationship is just as important.
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DBD International

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Uhmm... small rooms with locked doors + closed minds leads to crashing your plane 
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More Than Sound

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Scott Hamann

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Launching a leadership revolution. The 6-Month Leadership Development Program Designed to Transform the Corporate World!
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Scott Hamann

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Investing in yourself is the best investment you'll ever make. We call it      "The Money Thing" The elusive often difficult mystery of acquiring, keeping, and continuing to produce enough money to be able to live the life of our choosing.
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Michele Sabbie

Writing and Using Business plans  - 
 
Aloha, Its a wonderful Beautiful Day To day, and I am really interested in getting to know you.
Contact me, or leave your contact info
 we can get to know each other.
Looking for Serious business people only..
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International Design House

For Introducing Yourself - Without Links!  - 
 
So Many mentors and advisors trying to tell you something that comes naturally!
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Walter Lim

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8 Leadership Lessons from Lee Kuan Yew

This week must be one of the saddest for Singapore. Our first and longest serving former Prime Minister – Mr Lee Kuan Yew – passed away on 23 March 2015 at 3.18 am.
 
Better known by his initials LKY or Minister Mentor (MM) Lee, Mr Lee’s political and public legacy was legendary. 

Considered by many to be Singapore’s founding father, his imprint is seen in virtually every square foot of our tiny island nation – from HDB flats, schools, hospitals, roads, air and sea ports, to parks and other public infrastructure. 

What lessons can we draw from the life of Lee Kuan Yew? What insights can we glean from his leadership style?

http://coolerinsights.com/2015/03/leadership-lessons-lee-kuan-yew/ 

#RememberingLeeKuanYew #Leadership #Management   
As we mourn the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, let us take a look at what lessons we can draw from his life and leadership.
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He was an amazing politician who knew when to compromise to get what he needed. He had balls. He was the last of the true politicians who work the people not the other way around. Lee Kuan Yew left a legacy without even trying.
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Scott Hamann

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Launching A Leadership Revolution, Dedicated to helping people grow in their leadership ability.
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John White

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The idea to created this group is to gather everyone in Singapore or visiting Singapore to join.Feel free to create any events for social net meeting gathering for us to know each other better.Thanks and looking forward to see you soon
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Scott Hamann

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I found out that the rookies on the GREEN Bay Packers football team is required to get this Financial Fitness Pack
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IMS Cloud

Writing and Using Business plans  - 
 
You can easily build or modify a marketing plan or a business plan with data from the Census Bureau.
 
Startups: Uses for U.S. Census Data©

Every ten years the federal government takes a census.  This results in a picture of population trends, where people live, their ages, their educational level and a host of other data that is available to us and to our businesses. It includes state and county information and some areas are even broken down by zip code.

Earlier this week I blogged about “Marketing Plans and Developing a Marketing Strategy”.  The U.S. Census Bureau is here to help you.

The bureau has four wonderfully supportive sources of data that you can use in building a marketing plan and a marketing strategy.
1. Comparing your business to others – Wouldn’t it be helpful to compare your business to others in related industries and to others in your local area?  Well, you can. And the Census Bureau has tools that can show you how you are doing in terms of revenue, numbers of locations and compares your business to similar businesses.  
2. Comparing your community to others – Used primarily by state economic development commissions to attract businesses to their borders, it can be very useful in determining if your (e.g. pharmaceutical testing services) is well- established in a region and if it might be worthwhile to expand or move there (or not).
3. Identifying business markets - Consider that you own a small chain of grocery specialty stores. You are deciding whether or not to expand to new locations.  By using statistics from the Economic Census and current population estimates to compute the ratio of grocery sales to the number of households for several neighboring metropolitan areas, you will be able to determine that sales per household are lower than other areas, you conclude that nearby markets may have more sales potential.
4. Creating business plans - Entrepreneurs can use statistics from the Economic Census for the industry that they are considering starting a business in or for related industries at the local level in their business plans. They can also use this information for loan applications to local business lenders and in government business development agencies to validate the potential market they are considering entering.

The U.S. Census Bureau has a wonderfully easy website to negotiate.  Your Marketing Strategy and Business Plan deserves some Census Bureau data.

For more information on startups, click here to subscribe to our series or contact us directly at info@imscloud.com.

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Devan Perine

Marketing and Sales Strategies  - 
 
If you were to name your most successful strategy or sales tactic to close deals, what would it be?

For me, it's all about getting in front of the person. If I go out of my way to 'help' a prospect out with something, they know that I know what I'm doing and give me a ring when they need help again, or know someone else who's had a similar problem.

What about you? What's your most effective strategy/tactic?
Here are over 18 different ways on how to increase sales and make more money for small business owners.
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OnBRM

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A good joke says more than 1000 words
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