Category Archives: Entrepreneurs

Where is the Silver Lining in a Tech Market Correction?

07.13.2017 | Entrepreneurs, Startups, Tech News, Uncategorized | Marketing

In the technology market today, the term “unicorn” is on the decline, according to an article on Techcrunch. These privately funded businesses that are valued at $1 billion dollars or more, are turning out to be overvalued and making an impact on the market. Many people have spoken about a market correction coming. As recruiters, we… MORE »

Where is the Technology?

05.05.2017 | Candidates, Companies, Entrepreneurs, Marketing, Startups | Marketing

What Tech Hubs are Rising to the top? What are the current hot spots for startups? The top 20 places to launch a tech startup are found all over the world according to The Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2017. The US was able to solidify five of the top ten spots in this report. It… MORE »

Employee Retention from a Recruiter’s Perspective

02.07.2017 | Companies, Entrepreneurs | Marketing

Employee retention is an important key to success in your business. Turnover is costly and disruptive. The cost to replace an employee can often be significant. The time and money needed to recruit and hire a replacement employee is only part of the headache. You need to consider training as well as the cost of other… MORE »

Tell All: My Social Media Love Triangle

04.02.2013 | Candidates, Entrepreneurs, Marketing, Startups | Marketing

By Marni Mires This is the story of how I ended up in a social media love triangle with several different social media sites. Like any good story, it has highs and lows, an emotional goodbye and a happily ever after. Contrary to popular belief, relationships involving more than two parties can be very successful…. MORE »

22 Startup Lessons Learned in the First 12 Months

02.15.2013 | Entrepreneurs, Startups | Marketing

Article originally published on All Top Startups The first 12 months of your business can determine the success or failure of it. The National Venture Capital Association estimates that 25% to 30% of venture-backed businesses fail. According to recent research by Shikhar Ghosh, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, if failure is defined as failing to… MORE »