Startup Quote WEARUI.CO - Wearable Technology User Interface Inspiration The Gadget Flow | Cool Gadgets and Creative Gift Ideas TOKEO Natalia Nguyen Architekt, aktorka, miłośniczka designu, jedzenia i gotowania. Moja miłość do architektury i designu trwa od ponad 10 lat. Dziedzinom tym poświęciłam całe życie zawodowe, które powiązałam z pracą w biurach architektonicznych i studiami aranżacji wnętrz. Ukończyłam Politechnikę Warszawską oraz Santa Monica College, West LA College i Los Angeles Institute of Architecture and Design. Architektura jest wyzwaniem, które chcę rozwijać i zgłębiać do końca życia. Szerszej publiczności znana jestem jako współprowadząca program „Pan i Pani House”, emitowany na antenie TVN w 2012 roku. Pasjonacko interesuję się też modą, zwłaszcza dodatkami– biżuterią, którą tworzę pod marką Missingellement.
No More Startup Myths | Pursue your dreams by being your own boss Project Dent - Today Echo - Official site - Request an invitation GirlsInTech Pick Their Top 100 Women In Tech In Europe While in the US the visibility of women in technology startups is pretty well established, in Europe it’s suffered a little from the more general problem of the fragmented nature of the European tech scene. Things have improved slightly in recent years (at least that’s my impression, although who knows about the stats on the ground?), but it remains the case that there are far more men than women. So lifting the visibility of women in technology is no bad thing, especially if it encourages other women to pursue careers in tech startups, which are typically more about meritocratic, flat management that the traditional “IT” roles. So it’s a welcome moment that the newly established Girls in Tech London group (@girlsintech_uk) has announced their pick of the Top 100 women in tech in Europe. The final list is unranked, so we’ve put it in alphabetical order (we’ll try to update with Twitter handles etc in due course):
Launch6 | How to Start a Business Online How to Start a Business Online 7 tried and true steps for attracting visitors to your site–and getting them to buy. Article written by Allen Moon, a contributing writer for Entrepreneur.com There is a proven sequence of steps you can follow to guarantee your success when you’re starting a small business online. Find a need and fill it.Write copy that sells.Design and build an easy-to-use website.Use search engines to drive traffic to your site.Establish an expert reputation for yourself.Follow up with your customers and subscribers with e-mail.Increase your income through back-end sales and upselling. Anyone, from newbie to seasoned online entrepreneur, can benefit from this process in learning how to start a business online. Step 1: Find a need and fill it Most people who are just starting out make the mistake of looking for a product first, and a market second. To boost your chances of success, start with a market. Step 2: Write copy that sells Step 3: Design and build your website
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