1. 2014-03-06 13.31 Hoe bereik ik 10.000 potentiële klanten op Facebook in 48 uur

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    Hoe bereik ik 10.000 potentiële klanten op Facebook in 48 uur.

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    • Start-up DEMO Spring 2010

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      • GeeCON 2011: Agile Application Lifecycle Management by Michael Hüttermann

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        This session illustrates recipes for Java developers, who want to integrate flexible agile practices and lightweight tooling along software development phases. We'll discuss Task-Based Development for aligning activities to tasks resulting in traceable artifacts, (Advanced) Continuous Integration, in which we frequently and systematically integrate, build, and test an application as well as Agile approaches to release, configuration, deployment and requirements management. The effect of the Agile ALM is a more comprehensive and integrated approach to common development phases. Beside strategies, this session explores state-of-the-art tool chains. Many of the examples are Java-based, but the Agile ALM principles apply to all development platforms and examples show how you can bridge different languages and systems. More information: http://huettermann.net/alm.

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        • Inspiring Entrepreneurial Learning in The New Era - David Rae - #intenp 2011

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          Professor David Rae discusses his how to inspire entrepreneurial learning in the new era, at The Inspiring Enterprise Conference 2011. Slides available at: http://slidesha.re/iF1uV4

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          • The Closer: Tips and Tools on Making the Sale

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            The Closer: Tips and Tools on Making the Sale Want to get closing and keep closing? Then join us on September 17th as MITEF NW kicks off the new Venture Lab season with a workshop featuring a panel of experienced sales experts who will reveal the key learnings on how to best close business in Q4 and beyond. In addition, the event will also feature a group of two-minute How I closed THAT sale! lessons from local entrepreneurs who wrestled with a stalled sales opportunity and got it unstuck! Our panelists include: Dave Parker – Partner, OneAccord Partners, a Bellevue-based strategic sales practices consultancy. Dave has enjoyed success in product and service industries, selling both tangible and intangible products in such segments as hardware, software, and wireless. For the last 10 years, he has held executive positions in IT services, software distribution and hardware development companies, including founding and CEO / President roles at License Online, Inc., created in 1997 and sold to Synnex Information Technologies (SNX) in 2002. Dave has served on the boards of Classmates.com, Digital Marketing, and the Software Information Industry Association (SIIA). An Alumnus of the University of Washington, Dave has been recognized by the World Technology Network for Innovation in the Software Industry, Forbes Best of the Web and the Puget Sound Business Journal's 40 under 40. Matt Close – Vice President, Global Sales, The TAS Group, a sales performance automation company enabling organizations, both large and small, with the process, tools and technology to exponentially impact account growth and sales performance. Matt has spent the past 20 years in sales and strategic account management leadership roles in both the entrepreneurial environment and with Fortune 100 companies. He has led sales organizations for The Coca-Cola Company, later founding a management and leadership training practice. Matt has a Masters in BA-History from UC-Irvine, and an MBA in Business Leadership from Azusa Pacific University. Jeff Lehman – Former Chief Revenue Officer and award-winning author. Jeff has over 20 years of experience in selling, managing and mentoring others who sell. He is a former start-up CEO, and has been the CRO of two companies. He has been a consultant, board advisor or VP at such companies as AltaVista, Avenue A, BidClix, Classmates.com, DoubleClick, eBay, RealNetworks, SpecificMEDIA, Softbank, ZDNet, and Ziff-Davis Publishing. Jeff attended the University of Central Florida where he earned a BSBA and an MBA. There, he was also awarded the Professional Achievement Award from the Dean of the College of Business. Jeff is a mentor to UCF's National Collegiate Sales Competition team, and a former judge for the annual competition. Panel moderated by: Lori Richardson – Founder, Score More Sales. Lori is a sales effectiveness professional with 25 years of experience who has held senior positions in IT, financial services, and SaaS companies. Founded in 2002, Score More Sales works with companies under $25M in sales, specifically on tactical tips, strategies, and foundational attitudes needed to successfully win and develop business. A top sales expert, Lori blogs for Dun & Bradstreet, and is an established author who will publish her third book on sales in October.

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            • Social Enterprise and Creative Practice 101

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              Social Enterprise and Creative Practice 101 New York Foundation for the Arts Thursday, June 28th In collaboration with the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance As more and more artists engage with alternative ways to support their creative projects, such as crowd-sourcing or bartering, many are now exploring social entrepreneurship as an option. But what is "social entrepreneurship" exactly? This seminar will explore the way social enterprise has been defined and invite participants to engage with concepts and tools they can apply to their own ventures. About the Presenter: Risë Wilson, Founder, The Laundromat Project Risë Wilson holds a BA in African-American Studies from Columbia University and an MA in Africana Studies from NYU. After conceiving the idea for The Laundromat Project in 1999, Risë tailored her career path to bring the organization to fruition. She gained a practical education in Organizational Excellence and Arts Administration by working for institutions like ARAMARK, the Painted Bride, MoMA, and ICP. She also became a printmaker, working primarily in linoleum and silkscreen. Recognized as one of the "World's Best Emerging Social Entrepreneurs" Risë is a recipient of fellowships from both CAA and NYU. She periodically serves as a consultant to other non-profits, offering expertise in Visual Literacy, Curriculum Development, and Strategic Planning. About the Immigrant Artist Project (IAP): Through the Immigrant Artist Project (IAP), the New York Foundation for the Arts serves a community of artists with diverse backgrounds who share the experience of immigration. We connect artists with services and resources to foster their creative careers, gain support and exposure for their work, and integrate into the cultural world of New York and beyond while upholding their distinct identities.

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              • SSW Sydney User Group - Daniel McPherson

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                Daniel McPherson presents a very interesting look into the world of social computing and its place within the large enterprise. The presentation covers three main subject areas; Knowledge management; Social computing; and Social analytics. There is also a demonstration of the for-SharePoint App store; www.sharevolutionhq.com For more videos go to tv.ssw.com

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                • Matching the Market and the Model: The Business of Independent News Media

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                  Featuring: Michelle J. Foster Author, Matching the Market and the Model: The Business of Independent News Media Caroline H. Little Newspaper Association of America Harlan Mandel Media Development Loan Fund Anne Nelson Principal Researcher, Financially Viable Media in Emerging and Developing Markets Moderated by: Jean Rogers Center for International Private Enterprise Thursday, November 17, 2011 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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                  • Extreme Science and its Entrepreneurial Opportunities

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                    Extreme Science and its Entrepreneurial Opportunities The next decade will see a renewed focus on extreme science, the realm of PhDs, exotic instrumentation, complex intellectual property, and lengthy clinical trials. Call it Sci-Tech rather than Hi-Tech. In this strange new world, where are the business opportunities for venturists and entrepreneurs? On the 10th anniversary of the White House report that led to America's National Nano Initiative, MIT Enterprise Forum presents a panel of three exciting and very different start-up ventures that exploit molecular materials engineering across an array of markets. COME EARLY and hear in the same room a keynote address by Dr. LEROY HOOD, Founder of the Institute for Systems Biology, to attendees of the 2009 Nanotechnology Health and Safety Forum who will be joining us. And please consider joining them for their 2-day conference at the Edgewater (see details below). MIT Enterprise Forum (starting from 7:00 pm) panelists include: Bart Norton, Director of Sales at Redmond-based Asemblon, using molecular self-assembly to fabricate and efficiently tailor unique catalytic chemicals to enhance material processing in a variety of industries. Chris Wheaton, Chief Operating & Financial Officer of Seattle-based ENERG2, developing innovative energy storage solutions based on proprietary nano-structured carbon materials that are finely controlled and offer ultra-high surface areas. Christina Lomasney, CEO and Founder of Seattle-based Modumetal, pioneering thin-film nano-laminate metallurgy techniques that grow metal parts through greener manufacturing to develop high-performance materials for industrial, maritime, aerospace and automotive applications. Moderator: John Martin, MIT Alumnus and former Director of the Washington State Nanotechnology Initiative; collaborator, 2009 Nano Health and Safety Forum (NHSF) and WA / ORE Micro / Nano Breakthrough Conference (MNBC). Reception starts at 5:30 pm. MITEF program starts at 7:00 pm. $30 registration includes hors d'oeuvre reception and admission to NHSF Keynote Address by Dr. Leroy Hood. Biographies BARTON F. NORTON, Director of Sales, Asemblon Inc. Bart is an inventor, entrepreneur and high-technology product development specialist. Asemblon’s hydrogen storage technology was recently honored by the United States Department of Energy with an Energy Innovator Award. Bart holds BS and Master of Electrical Engineering Degrees from Cornell University and an MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University. Bart’s career includes innovations in digital diagnostic imaging and factory automation and robotics. Bart invented the world’s first digitally-controlled motion picture projector, the KLIR, that was sold to Siemens of Germany. In the 1990’s, Bart brought two high-technology start-ups from less than a million sales to over $14M in sales and liquidity for their owners. Bart is involved in the fields of biotechnology and nanotechnology. Bart was a key player in raising $63 million for CombiMatrix in Mukilteo. CHRIS WHEATON, Chief Operating & Financial Officer, EnerG2, Inc. With a breadth of technology operations experience spanning a variety of industries, Chris manages EnerG2’s manufacturing strategy, market development and financial planning efforts and has also led the company’s grant acquisition programs. Prior to co-founding EnerG2, Chris served as VP of North American Operations for Loudcloud, an outsourced services provider for enterprise-class IT operations. To finish his work at Loudcloud, Chris led the $65 million spinout and successful integration of his division into EDS. He has also provided product line management for a variety of technology delivery start-ups in industries ranging from telecommunications to medical devices. Chris received a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from Stanford. CHRISTINA LOMASNEY, CEO and Founder, Modumetal Christina has worked in the research, development and commercialization of advanced materials technologies for over a decade, starting at The Boeing Company, where she served in engineering roles including in Phantomwork’s advanced metals manufacturing department. In 2001, Christina co-founded Isotron Corporation, a nanotech polymer composites company, which today holds a portfolio of commercial products for environmental cleanup and national defense. Christina led the Isotron team directly for over 6 years, growing the company's revenue base and technology portfolio, and realizing the Company’s first commercial products. She is currently executive Chairman of Isotron Corporation. Christina holds a BS in Physics from the University of Washington, where she has completed studies towards a MS in Applied Physics. She has published and is named inventor on several pending patents involving large-scale environmental remediation and advanced materials applications. JOHN C. MARTIN, Jr. - Moderator John is former head of the Washington Nanotechnology Initiative at WTC and currently member of the organizing team for the new Clean Tech Open business competition, John has over 25 years experience in business development with hi-tech companies including defense-electronics, industrial robotics, minicomputers, cellular infrastructure and SaaS ventures. John is also an advisor to Boucher Lensch Associates investment bankers in Silicon Valley. John is a graduate of the MIT Sloan Management School as well as UW, serves on the Board of the MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest, and has been a lead organizer of both our partner event - the 2009 Nano Health and Safety Forum - and the MicroNano Breakthrough Conferences of 2008 and 2006 in the Portland/Vancouver area.

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                    • Symposium: The Teaching of Commerce - Part 2 - Professor Prue Huddleston, Sally Broom

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                      How can we empower young people through business enterprise? How can we enable the young to become the next wave of successful entrepreneurs? What are the challenges and benefits in teaching business initiative? Gresham College, in association with the Enterprise Education Trust, hosted this symposium event to take a closer look at inspiring entrepreneurship and enterprise in young people. The talks delivered in this part of the symposium included: The News on the Street: What young people are saying about enterprise? - Some lessons from the evaluation of the NFTE programme Professor Prue Huddleston, Centre for Enterprise and Industry, University of Warwick An investigation of how we might tackle social disadvantage through enterprise education. Professor Huddleston will call on her extensive research carried out through the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship programme. Enterprise and the Developing World Sally Broom, Director, Your Safe Planet A first-hand account of young entrepreneurship in the UK and abroad. Sally Broom is the Founder and Director of Your Safe Planet, a travel company which links people around the globe and promotes volunteering opportunities. She will talk about her own experiences, offer some advice and consider why entrepreneurship is so important, on both a local and global level. All our lectures are available for free download from the Gresham College website, in video, audio or text formats: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Gresham College professors and guest speakers have been giving free public lectures in central London since 1597. This tradition continues today and you can attend any of our lectures, or watch or listen to them on our website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941

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