Welcoming Propelify Attracts People from Different Industries, Many Identities: “Person on the Street” Interviews
The weather report for May 17 didn’t look promising for a waterfront festival in Hoboken. However, the tents being blown into the river and the locked warehouse full of furniture the night before didn’t stop the tenacity and determination of the Propelify Innovation Festival hosts.
Marketing TECHniques: It's All About the Delivery
f you’re in business, it’s a sure bet that you have been involved in the time-consuming task of creating and delivering proposals. Here are tips to minimize miscommunication and maximize your chances of a successful delivery and (hopefully) a signed contract. For this article, I interviewed Kathy Dunlay, of New England Sales & Marketing, who’s been supporting sales in the tech sector since 1990.
NJBIA Economic Policy Forum Ponders, “Can Tech Help Revitalize New Jersey’s Distressed Cities?”
When she introduced keynote speaker Don Katz, founder and CEO of Audible Michele N. Siekerka, president and CEO of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, called him “a true catalyst for Newark’s comeback. His community building efforts are proof that great companies build great communities.”
Checking Out the Future of AI and How Entrepreneurship Affects Spouses at the Stage of Wisdom: Propelify 2018
When it comes to ideal employees, Amy, Andrew and Eva rock. They work tirelessly: scheduling meetings, recording conversations and taking on various other mundane but important work-related tasks, while never asking for a vacation, sick days or a pay raise. That’s because they’re virtual assistants driven by artificial intelligence (AI).
Catching Entrepreneurial Insights at the Stage of Inspiration: Propelify 2018
“Rooted ideas that are idle don’t fly,” began the upbeat opening message at the “Stage of Inspiration,” one of the venues at Propelify, from the festival’s founder and CEO, Aaron Price. Resplendent in a white sports jacket (featuring the annual event’s spiffy cursive P logo), which appeared even brighter in contrast to the gray sky, Price kicked off the daylong (and into the evening) festivities on May 17 with a few words of wisdom before turning the stage over to the morning’s first emcee, Gerard Adams.