As new touchpoints and degrees of context continue to rise, one trend is clear in this new economy — things are looking good for the Chief Marketing Officer. As Samuel Greengard, contributing writer to CMO.com writes: Digital marketing consumes a growing percentage of IT spending within the enterprise. The figure now stands at about 11 […]
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New York City probably isn’t the best place for people who hate people. Sometimes it isn’t even a great place for people who, every now and then, wouldn’t mind some peace and quiet. Contrary to popular belief, however, there are places in New York where your head won’t collapse under the existential weight of the more than eight million people living within just 305 square miles of you. New York City is, after all, the city with everything, and that includes several quiet, dare we say serene spaces.
An infographic from ManageForce promises a more dynamic future from enterprise software. The big takeaways? First, we should see major growth in social software: according to ManageForce predictions, the compound annual growth rate for enterprise social software applications is projected to be 42.2% between 2011 and 2016. Second, updating those old software platforms is becoming […]
It’s your startup, so you can give early partners any title you want, but be aware of potential investor and peer implications. VCs and Angel investors like to see a startup that is running lean and mean, with no more than three or four of the conventional C-level or VP titles. More executives, or other […]