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Mission + CSR = Business Success

Micah Carlson, Director of Marketing, Convergint Technologies  Convergint Technologies (www.convergint.com) is a $1 billion global company that provides security and life safety solutions to customers from a range of industries across the world. We are a service-first, people-first business, and that includes service to the community, which our co-founders prioritized in our mission.  Our corporate…

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Presentation Management: A Foundation for Business Success

AlexAnndra Ontra, Co-founder, Shufflrr  Presentations are important assets that directly affect the success of your business. But too often, large organizations treat presentations as throwaways – used only once before they are lost in an email or buried in a desktop folder. This is a waste of valuable employee time, a waste of content and it…

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5 Things to Learn from Twitter’s Business Success

David Diaz, Senior Executive, Davenport Laroche  From almost nothing, Twitter has grown to be one of the largest social networks in the world. Of course, it’s had a few hiccups along the way. In fact, it wasn’t too long ago that many media outlets were discussing the fall of Twitter, as many social customers started to…

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Your 2017 Facebook Action Plan for Business Success

By Jill Kurtz, Owner, Kurtz Digital Strategy Everyone should have a Facebook business page. There are just too many people using Facebook all the time to ignore it as a communication channel. But, having a page is not enough. You need to be seen and to engage with the people you want to reach. The…

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Executive Briefing 1.14.16 – Business Success in ’16; Ways Businesses Can Show They Are Thankful; 5 Words to Stop Using

In today’s Executive Briefing Linda J. Popky, Founder,  Leverage2Market Associates asks Business Success in ’16: Will The Force Be With You?  Also, Vip Sandhir, Founder and CEO, HighGround shows The Most Meaningful Ways Businesses Can Show They Are Thankful For Their Employees. As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like to take a moment to thank our loyal readers and…

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Business Success in ’16: Will The Force Be With You?

By Linda J. Popky, Founder, Leverage2Market Associates Star Wars has landed with a vengeance. Not only is the new movie on track to break all previous box office records, but the associated marketing machine has surrounded us on all sides with a wide array of associated merchandise and services. For marketers, the lesson here is that the…

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Things Successful Businesspeople Never Say

  Paul Brian The words we use are a direct reflection of the way we think. Interestingly though, the way we think can also be affected by the words we use. Listening to the conversations of accomplished individuals, you’ll note there are certain things successful businesspeople never say. Here are a few of them. 1.…

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Success Stories from the Field: Measuring Success and Gauging Business Impact

Leslie Stefanik, Vice President, Marketing, PublicRelay Today’s communications leaders are increasingly feeling the pressure to prove their department’s value to executive leadership. While some assume this means attributing revenue, your team’s business contribution doesn’t have to equate to a dollar amount to have impact. One of the ways communicators can have the most impact is…

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Executive Briefing 12.7.15 – Social Media Marketing Trends; Thrive in Business During December Stress; Skills Every Successful CMO Possesses

In today’s Executive Briefing John Delaney, Morrison & Foerster LLP shows us how Social Media Marketing Trends Reveal Uncertainty for B2B and B2C Marketers (INFOGRAPHIC).  We also hear from Leslie Grossman, Chair, Vistage International, & Author, LINK OUT: How to Turn Your Network into a Chain of Lasting Connections who gives advice on being Stressed? 5 Tips to Thrive in Business During December Stress. As…

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Things to Avoid When Starting an Online Business

CommPRO Editorial Staff The idea of working on the internet is appealing to a lot of people. Starting a business is not that hard if you are willing to try your best, and these days, you have a fair share of sources to help you out.  Several examples include: the “How to Start a Business…

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Redefining the Mobile Phone Business

Robert Reiss This pandemic has sent our country into a rapid economic downturn with massive job losses and millions of people seeking ways to cut costs. It’s a perfect storm on many fronts leaving consumers mainly focused on indispensable items should as food, shelter and yes communication devices such as mobiles and tablets. These devices have become the ultimate form…

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Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Names America’s Top Corporations for Women-Owned Businesses in 2019

CommPRO Editorial Staff The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is proud to honor 75 corporations with the prestigious America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs) award. WBENC’s Top Corporations award honors those corporations who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the inclusion of women-owned businesses in their supply chains. WBENC applauds the 2019…

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5WPR CEO On Business Chemistry in a Digital World  

The term “chemistry” has been around for decades in the science field, then more recently to describe relationships between the sexes and now, to identify how marketers can best leverage content marketing. Accounting giant Deloitte coined the term and unveiled a system called Business Chemistry in the fall of 2019 to help clients better understand…

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If Everyone Is Moving Forward Together, Then Success Takes Care of Itself

  Hamed Wardak, Philanthropist When Henry Ford uttered those words, little did he know that automation would not only replace some jobs at Ford Motors, but also a growing list of other companies.  Among the latest automated items are shopping carts which Canadian retailer Sobeys recently announced for all 1,500 of its locations.  These smart…

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The Four Types of People You Need in Your Business

Gary Douglas, Founder, Access Consciousness If you have been in business for any length of time, you most likely recognize that you can’t do it all. Inevitably, there are things you are good at. And, at the same time, to truly be successful, you will require people with skills sets that are different than yours…

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Canna-Business

Merlin Rothfeld, Investment Strategist and Instructor, Online Trading Academy Weed. Pot. Mary Jane. Whatever you call it, there’s no denying that cannabis has been creating a lot of buzz lately. And for good reason. The medicinal variety is now legal in 33 states, the recreational in 11, and last year, Canada lifted its ban on cannabis…

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