Posts Tagged ‘small business’
Einstein once said, “Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.” Common sense, Einstein was arguing, can often be the enemy of rationality, science, and fact-based decision-making. We are all guilty of this; every day our decisions are tinged by favoritism, rules of thumb, partiality, heuristics, predilection; call it what you will […]
It’s tempting to count everything that can be counted. The current obsession with social media ROI is just one example – of many – showing how numbers influence our behavior. I had the opportunity to again think about this issue last week when I was on a panel at a Startup Bootcamp event in Boston. […]
With it being Oktober and all, I thought it would only be fitting that we profile a German brewery! Penn Brewery just finished with their print design project for the body and neck labels of their Penn Kaiser Pils, a pale german-style pilsner that’s highly hopped with four kinds of Hallertau hops. Congratulations to mindsite09 […]
Success can make people complacent. Some will bask in the glory of success and expect to continue to succeed by doing the things that made them successful. This is not always possible. To innovate, you must stay dissatisfied. Here’s why: Do you agree?
Google has many terrific free resources for small businesses. Below, we summarize our six favorite free resources for small business from Google. In each case, we describe the resource, help you understand why you should consider using it, and offer tips on using with links to additional information if you’d like to read more about […]
Now, I may be the reigning champion of Christmas Party Beer Pong here at crowdSPRING (no big deal…) but this next company may have me beat. The Alfred Jorgensen Laboratory, located in Copenhagen, Denmark, has been supplying breweries all over the world with pure cultures of brewing yeast for over 130 years. For those of […]