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10 Things A Startup Founder Learned About Money While Backpacking Around The World
Jun

25

2014

10 Things A Startup Founder Learned About Money While Backpacking Around The World

In 2012, Jason Vitug found himself on top of a temple in Myanmar.   “I realized I was living a childhood dream,” he says of that moment, near the beginning of his year-long, 21-country travel adventure. “And I started wondering why I was the only one there. “ That epiphany became the first seed of his financial education website, Phroogal, which crowdsources high-quality answers to anyone’s…

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Ugandan entrepreneur empowers women with business
Jun

25

2014

Ugandan entrepreneur empowers women with business

RANEY LOVORN Contributing Reporter The Design, Housing and Merchandising Department in the College of Human Sciences is impacting lives halfway around the globe through a young Ugandan entrepreneur with a heart devoted to high fashion and inspiring young women. Joyce Nabisaalu is a participant in a two-way educational exchange grant project sponsored by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Oklahoma…

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McDonald’s to make marketing ‘less disparate’
Jun

24

2014

McDonald’s to make marketing ‘less disparate’

McDonald’s says it plans to combat marketing errors made during the economic downtown, when it looked to shore up short term margins rather than focusing on long-term customer insights, by “streamlining” its marketing in the coming months around its core menu. Products such as the Big Mac, McMuffin and Fries generate 40 per cent of McDonald’s global sales and represent an opportunity to “provide a…

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Iran – Global Football Marketing
Jun

22

2014

Iran – Global Football Marketing

In the lead-up to the World Cup 2014, the Iranians relied more heavily on set pieces for goals than any other side heading for Brazil, with 40% of their goals being created from dead ball situations. It will encourage their fans that their preference for attacking from wide positions gives them a potential means of unsettling Argentina, who are much more comfortable in the centre,…

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5 Questions to Determine If You’re Ready to Be an Entrepreneur
Jun

20

2014

5 Questions to Determine If You’re Ready to Be an Entrepreneur

The only difference between people who want to be entrepreneurs and the ones who actually are is the work and the risk of getting started. If you feel like you want to be an entrepreneur but aren’t certain if you’re ready yet, here are five questions to help you determine your capabilities. 1. How comfortable are you with being uncomfortable? Entrepreneurship will mean a lot of uncertainty….

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How a Teenage Entrepreneur Built a Startup on Bitcoin Riches
Jun

19

2014

How a Teenage Entrepreneur Built a Startup on Bitcoin Riches

When 15-year-old Erik Finman turned a $1,000 Easter gift from his grandma into $100,000 after cashing in on his Bitcoin investment, he wasn’t all like Cristal, Maybach, diamonds on your timepiece. He was all business. The Idaho robotics champ and early North Idaho College student used his Bitcoin riches to launch Botangle.com, a burgeoning online video tutoring startup, according to Mashable. The fee-based e-learning service currently offers…

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With 2014 World Cup, Soccer Ascends to Role as Premier Ad Platform
Jun

16

2014

With 2014 World Cup, Soccer Ascends to Role as Premier Ad Platform

THERE is a saying that Brazil is the country of the future, and always will be, and the jest has been reworked to proclaim soccer as the American sport of the future that will also never fulfill its potential. However, the mashing up of the two, with Brazil as the host of this year’s World Cup, has many on Madison Avenue proclaiming that the future…

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8 Tips on Moving to Malaysia from an Expat Mom
Jun

14

2014

8 Tips on Moving to Malaysia from an Expat Mom

So, you have decided to take the plunge, and move out of your country. Or you could still be deciding. Either way, there are numerous questions to answer. After we had decided to move to Malaysia, I felt my job was done. However I realised that there were new questions to be answered. This is my attempt to take you through some of the questions I…

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The Best And Worst Of World Cup 2014 Marketing Strategy
Jun

14

2014

The Best And Worst Of World Cup 2014 Marketing Strategy

There aren’t many people in the world who don’t love a good soccer trick video. And when the World Cup rolls around, you might expect that there will be lots of them flooding YouTube. So over the past few weeks I have seen everything from a freestyle champion soccer player dressing up as an old man to an unexpected superstar athlete like Usain Bolt turning out to be…

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Social media marketing come out on top at the Brazil World Cup
Jun

13

2014

Social media marketing come out on top at the Brazil World Cup

Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are all expected to cash in on ads in a big way. The World Cup is exploding with excitement and as everything comes together for this massive soccer event in Brazil, social media marketing is already making a tremendous splash in advertising and is expected to become more important than it ever has been before throughout these games. Television and radio…

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