Kuenne to Princeton Tech Meetup: Pay Attention to Personality Types as You Grow Your Business
Chris Kuenne, the Princeton University lecturer who sold digital marketing agency Rosetta (Hamilton) for nearly $600 million in 2011, came to the Princeton Tech Meetup two weeks ago to talk about entrepreneurship and his new book, Built for Growth: How Builder Personality Shapes Your Business, Your Team, and Your Ability to Win, which he wrote with John Danner.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Digital Marketing: Five Myths Explained
By now, I’m sure you’re no stranger to digital marketing. It’s the wave of the future—and it’s everywhere. But let’s face it: it’s still a relatively new discipline—one that’s not easily mastered. In fact, I’ve spoken to many colleagues and business professionals who’ve expressed frustration over the confusing nature of it all.
Shapiro Taps into Franchise Model to Spread His Online News Site’s Hyperlocal Mission
Michael Shapiro, who founded TAPinto.net in 2008, now operates a network of more than 65 franchised online local newspapers in New Jersey and New York, with a total of more than 5.7 million readers. Shapiro came to the Morris Tech Meetup in April to tell his story, and he told the audience that he expected to have about 250 TAPinto sites by the end of 2020, with 15 million readers. “We want to become the nationwide model for sustainable local journalism.
Sanjay Macwan Wants to Connect New Jersey to its Innovation Core And THIS is How He’ll Do It
The Holmdel Idea Summit (THIS), which will take place this Thursday at Bell Works (Holmdel), promises to expose its audience to a mixture of past, present and future innovations. The conference is designed to reconnect New Jersey with its tradition of innovation and to spur the state on to future creativity.
N.J. moves to regulate growing telemedicine industry
TRENTON -- An Assembly panel Monday voted to regulate the burgeoning tele-medicine industry in New Jersey that supporters say will enable medically fragile people to remain home rather than having to travel for appointments, and save money by cutting back on unnecessary emergency room visits. Doctors and some hospitals, such as the Virtua Health ...