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Thanks to everyone who registered for our webinar! Caroline and David were thrilled. For those of you who didn’t get the chance to ask questions, feel free to post them below!
Although metrics are just measurements and they can’t give the specific feedback from customers, they visually help the team get a perspective on our level of success in keeping our customers happy.
Are you or someone you know a furloughed government worker? If so, we want to help you out.
September 13 is International Programmer’s Day (it is always on the 256th day of the year, which is somewhat of an inside joke for us programmers), and I’d like to take a step back from the technical intricacies and appreciate how much we’ve achieved.
Drunk driving is a problem. But in the moment that it’s most preventable—when an intoxicated person leaves a bar or restaurant to drive home in their car—there is no easy or obvious solution. That’s where RIDE comes in.
Three top-notch business plans won their writers $35,000 in cash and prizes at this year’s first-ever BEC Boost. Meet the entrepreneurs (and the companies) behind the winning plans.
The best thing you can do to nail an investor pitch is to learn how the process works and be prepared. Since you don’t know what to expect until you’ve tried it a few times, you can minimize missteps by learning from the advice (and mistakes) of others. Here are some frequently-asked questions on pitching an idea to investors.
David Calderon, a California high school teacher, was the mentor to two of the BEC Boost competition’s grand prize winners. I had the chance recently to ask David about his successful experience coaching his students. This is what he had to say.
Budgets are an important tool for non-profits, but the traditional way of approaching them is cumbersome and not very useful. Here are three good reasons to think about changing your non-profit budget process.