Photo courtesy of Geoffrey Moore If your business is like many others, it has progressed through a period of growth, followed by flattening out. The future is up to you. Will you begin the decline as many mature companies before, or will you start a new season of growth? There are two primary areas to […]
Here’s what you need to know about Big Data for 2013.
First there was Silicon Valley in California. Then New York got in the act with Silicon Alley. Now, the new hotspot is in the Midwest. It’s been dubbed Silicon Prairie.
Research Triangle Park has a long-awaited renewal of it’s Master Plan. The document calls for more density, more mass transit and a more urban feel.
Calling all entrepreneurs, start-ups, techies and digital divas. The Technology Task Force is mapping out Cary’s future and your opinion is wanted.
Triangle Entrepreneur Week (TEW) connects innovators with local leaders, capital and resources. It’s coming November 12-16, 2012. Here’s the scoop.
My friend Jamie, who serves with me on Cary’s Technology Task Force, has got my interest piqued about the notion of Maker Sheds. These are low-overhead Technology Centers where people make actually stuff.
Download a free copy of Intro to Blogging with WordPress.
Ever see those little boxes with a bunch of jaggy patterns in them? They’re called QR codes and they connect the world of print to the internet. This represents a significant opportunity for businesses and entrepreneurs.
Blogging for business has never been more popular. Here’s a quick rundown of the structure of a basic blog post for nascent business bloggers.