Disruption is a big word in business right now - changing the way "things have always been done" for a new and improved way, rather than just continuing to follow the status quo. It's a brave move, for businesses to break away from the norm,
Hi guys. I read this and thought some great gems on how to run a successful business... Sir Alex Ferguson had amazing success with Manchester United and his sharing of 8 learnings is really
Enjoy this guys... Not to embarrassing ha ha nor cringe-worthy. Hope you pick up a few good points. We had a great time at Two12 in Colorado. Excuse the look on my face below :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQX9JYULwgk
I am very lucky to meet some interesting people in what I do. Interesting people who are great business people and also great people. Jeremy Moon is one of them. Beyond the obvious (Icebreaker now exporting more than $200 million a year, holy!)
A website you are proud of can make a huge difference to your business. It really does work in helping you convert more customers. It really can make you stand out amongst all your competitors. Of course you need to walk the talk and deliver once you
I thought this was an article that was very apt and close to my "heart" too. Article in Entrepreneur magazine saying that all companies (no matter what you do literally) should consider some sort of software bent being added to their offering.
How often do you take time out to think about where your life or your business is at? You might personally do a New Year's resolution and within a couple of weeks you've forgotten about it. Various university studies show less than 20% of people
I had to laugh after talking to a client recently. This software company had just won its very first paying premium client and the funny thing was that the client wanted the system for something that we would not have dreamed of when we scoped