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Posts by Thought Leaders and Business Leaders who are not our regular bloggers but have valuable insights and personal stories to share with our readers.

Brad Smith, Executive VP, Customer Experience, Sage North America

If you’ve been watching the news lately, you’ve probably seen that big box retailers are already slashing their prices in anticipation for Black Friday, and with good reason: shaky consumer confidence has many people on edge heading into this holiday season – businesses big and small alike. 

ceo magazine, entrepreneurship
Bill Clerico

I was born in the 1980s – the height of trickle down economics and Gordon Gekko – a time when the people and corporations who controlled the money and economics did it from the tops down. Today, while most of the money remains in the hands of the richest 1% of Americans, technology has unleashed the capabilities of ordinary Americans to take matters into their own hands, crafting their own livelihoods – creating, in effect, a Bottom Up economic revolution.

ceo magazine, business growth
David Martin and Kathy Quinn

Successful growth initiatives require an organizational shift at two levels, above and below the surface level. Even something as seemingly obvious as prioritizing the customer in an organization where this has not historically been the case demands more than a detailed list of new customer-centric processes. Processes, which are the visible, above the surface level things, change activities and put the organization in motion.

Annie Tsai

The technology takeover is here. As a small business owner, you know you can’t fight it anymore. Whether you’re excited, apprehensive, or both, you’ve decided that the best thing for your business is to get tapped into the opportunities available to you online. But where do you even start? From building your own website to setting up social media profiles, joining directories, advertising, and more, your digital checklist is more than a little overwhelming.

Gary C. Smith

Every business has problem inventory; items sitting in a storeroom or warehouse with little or no chance of ever being sold. But a growing number of businesses are taking advantage of an IRS regulation that lets them turn that merchandise into a federal income tax deduction by donating it to charity.

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