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Helen Baxter

Amazon.com: Dance at Work: the creative business toolkit eBook: Helen Baxter: Kindle Store - 0 views

  • Dance at Work is divided into seven chapters, with curated collections of tools and bite-sized chunks of knowledge that you can skim or dip into. Learn why no more jobs is a golden opportunity for freelance contractors, how to manage projects on the cloud and work with international teams. Understand why freelancers need to think like start-up enterprises, and how strategy is essential to build a life you can retire to.
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    Dance at Work: the creative business toolkit, is a modern professional practice guide for designers, writers, musicians, makers, creative and social entrepreneurs. Whether you are taking the first steps along your pathway, looking to grow or go global, this book is full of ways to create, collaborate and sell your work.
Janos Haits

NewME Accelerator - 13 views

  • We're a 12 week immersive residential tech start-up accelerator for businesses that are led by under-represented minorities (African-Americans, Latinos & Women) in the technology industry.
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    We're a 12 week immersive residential tech start-up accelerator for businesses that are led by under-represented minorities (African-Americans, Latinos & Women) in the technology industry.
awqi zar

Why Indian and Chinese entrepreneurs are leaving America | VentureBeat - 3 views

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    As I explained in my last piece, skilled immigrants are leaving the U.S. in droves. This is because of economic opportunities in countries like India and China, a desire to be closer to family and friends, and a deeply flawed U.S immigration system. It doesn't matter whether we call this "brain drain" or "brain circulation"- it is a loss for America. Innovation that would otherwise be happening here is going abroad. With all the stories we read about weak infrastructure in India, authoritarianism in China, and corruption and red tape in both countries, the perception is that these entrepreneurs are facing major handicaps back home. They have no chance of competing with us, so we have nothing to worry about, right?
Janos Haits

Vator.tv - Voice of the Entrepreneur - 6 views

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    Join Vator.tv now and get your company's message out to a relevant audience of entrepreneurs. Active companies are put on Vator's "Recommended List" and promoted within the Vator.tv community.
anonymous

The New Valley - Tech Solutions for all - 0 views

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    Even during this recent economic recession, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have proven resilient, continuing to produce a steady stream of innovation. In fact, the start up mentality was built for the trenches. Unlike the gluttonous tech companies at the turn of the century, today's start up thrives on low cost innovation, minuscule resources and minimal encouragement.
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