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“For you, to you” is being replaced by “With you, by you”. Enter the new play control initiated by the collaborative economy. Continue reading

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Al apoyar su campaña de kickstarter y al compartirla con tus amigos, puedes formar parte del equipo Vega Coffee y ayudar a conectar a los agricultores a un nuevo futuro. Continue reading

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In supporting the Terenzi’s kickstarter campaign, and sharing it with your friends, you can join the team Vega Coffee and help connect farmers in Nicaragua to a new future. Continue reading

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People who need jobs done and people looking to earn extra money can find each other without anyone in the middle. The result is a cheaper, more streamlined process and a new era of talent. Those same forces are now about to disrupt highly paid consultants as well. Continue reading

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How should startups frame their strategic thinking? Continue reading

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The future isn’t what we thought it would be. We don’t walk around in silver suits, travel to colonies on Mars or drive in flying cars. Instead, we dress casual, take selfies and communicate in 140 characters. Yet in many ways, we’re much better off than we imagined. Continue reading

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According to Forrester Research, B2B e-commerce sales are now more than twice the size of B2C e-commerce and are expected to achieve $559 billion in sales in the US by the end of 2013. Continue reading

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