What Can We Learn From Bethenny Frankel on Business? Bethenny Frankel is known as a reality star of Real Housewives of NYC, during that time Frankel started Skinnygirl cocktail. Which was sold for a reported $120 million. It was subsequently pulled from Whole Food Market shelves in August 2011 after it was discovered not to meet Whole Food's quality standards due to … [Read more...]
Equality, Work, and Sales Apps for Salespeople
Where’s the Balance in Equality? According to a UC Davis study California business leaders are a century away from their male counterparts. Women at the very top of the 400 largest publicly held corporations in the state of California. UC Davis findings show that uneven balance of representation of females on boards and in executive roles. Orange County had the least amount … [Read more...]
Start-ups, Franchises, Venture Capitalists Oh My!
How to Get the Government to Promote Your Start-up Recently there has been buzz around New York City Mayor Michael Blumberg giving support to a local start-up Zaarly. So how did Zaarly land a prominent leader to support their start-up? Eric Koester, Zaarly's co-founder and chief marketing officer, provides great tips to any new start-ups in the early stages. Here are … [Read more...]
Should You Allow Your Employees to Follow you on Twitter and Facebook?
According to Janine Popick CEO and Founder of Vertical Response, she explains her reasons why she may or may not allow some employees to follow her on twitter or facebook. Here are some great tips to remember depending on your style and use of social media with your employees. You do not have to be “Big Brother”, but it is a good way to pay attention to what your … [Read more...]