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Merrick Rosenberg, CEO of Take Flight Learning & Author of The Chameleon

Every venture capital firm develops a “differentiated” approach to evaluating startups. These approaches tend to have one problem in common: they’re not sure how to factor personality into investment decisions. Investors toss around words like “chops,” “focus,” “vision,” “obsession,” “horsepower,” “grit,” and “drive” to describe their ideal startup CEO. We can be more rigorous than that.

MacNair Travel- 6 Data Points for CFOs to Manage Corporate Travel Expenses

What would it look like if you had better visibility into your corporate travel expenses? What if you had the right technology that integrated booking, authorizations, and payments; and then that technology streamlined your processes? What if your business travelers were happy to follow the corporate travel policy

Why Closing Your Eyes is a Powerful Leadership Tool.

Look around. Take in everything that you see. There’s the stack of sticky notes with calls to be returned; a report that needs to be reviewed; the partially finished cost proposal for your big client; and a half-eaten sandwich sitting next to the book club book that you are half-way through (and the club meets tomorrow!). In less than a minute, you have observed this and so much more. Your eyes brought in reams of information into your brain. And that information continually flows in unless you interrupt it.

Travel is essential to SME success in today’s global, hyper-connected workplace. Employees working with customers across the country or throughout the world is not uncommon – in fact, it’s quickly becoming the norm. While travel is essential to developing and maintaining important relationships, providing needed support and securing new business, this piece of your company’s budget can also be one of the most expensive elements of your operating budget.

William Eigner, Partner, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP

You’ve done everything you should to interest angel investors in your hot company, but how do you get them to pull the trigger and invest?  You already know what it takes to attract investor interest:  build a great product for a large market, recruit a great team and set up a blue-ribbon board of advisers, file patent applications, sign up customers and partners, showcase all of the above on a good website and investor PowerPoint and prepare reasonable offering documents. 

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