Tech Biz Tips – Leadership: An Important Asset for Tech Founders
Leadership – plain and simple is: getting your team to buy into your vision and make it happen because they want to, not because they are told to.
Guest Post: Real Role Models for High School STEAM Students
High school freshman Iccha Singh organized and hosted a live video chat session with women working at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), in an attempt to inspire girls and my peers to hear firsthand what it takes to work for and become a part of a nationally recognized organization such as NASA.
Asbury Agile — A Unique Conference with a Software Bent — Returns to the Jersey Shore on October 6
The Asbury Agile conference is once again coming to Asbury Park. NJTechWeekly.com has covered this conference for many years, and can say without a doubt that it’s worth attending. Organizers Bret Morgan and Kevin Fricovsky have given Asbury Agile a unique flavor that distinguishes it from any other event in New Jersey. To get a feel for the conference, take a look at our coverage of last year’s here.
Sponsored Post: Lessons from the Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda File
You debated your cofounders over it. You spent hours wracking your brain to find the best one. It is the first thing people learn about your company, and it needs to be meaningful and memorable. Don’t let the name you’ve so carefully chosen for your brand be snatched away. Trademark rights don’t come from buying a domain name or hanging a sign on a building, and failure to file trademark applications early on could leave your mark vulnerable to appropriation by a competitor.
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.