Many entrepreneurs and execs awoke this morning to the news that their support resource was no longer available. With Zirtual's sudden freeze of operations, clients have been left hanging without qualified help to meet their needs. Grab our cheat sheet on How to Engage Your Next Virtual Assistant here!
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This free checklist of 100+ tasks offers a glimpse into the types of things a virtual assistant can do, and what you should be looking for when you engage with a virtual assistant service.
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Emily Morgan Completes the 10,000 Small Businesses-Greater Philadelphia Program
PHILADELPHIA, April 29, 2014
The business owners have spent 12 weeks - roughly 100 class hours - at the Main Campus of Community College of Philadelphia actively engaged in an entrepreneurial business curriculum designed by Babson College and delivered by the community college faculty. The curriculum covered all elements of running one’s business, from money and metrics to marketing and sales. The program also included one-on-one business advising, financial statement workshops and advice from top law firms and Goldman Sachs professionals.
Applications for 10,000 Small Businesses are accepted on a rolling basis at Community College of Philadelphia, with June 9, 2014 as the deadline to apply for the next cohort. The program is open to business owners from across the Greater Philadelphia region. Applications may be downloaded at www.ccp.edu/10KSB.
Hooray it’s 2014! January is such a great month. It’s like nature’s annual gift of a clean slate, a true re-start button and a free pass to start fresh and plan for the future. One thing I’ve learned over the years of running my company is that ultimately my company and team are only as strong as I am. Meaning my business’ growth is only limited by my capacity and vision to do great things with it. My own positive thoughts are the fundamental keys to attraction, manifestation and creativity. So I choose to expect great things, am laying the groundwork and taking the actions needed to manifest them!
One of our favorite tools, now exclusively for business: Evernote Business – your company, only smarter. This amazing online tool comes available to you from evernote.com/business at only $10.00/user/month. With this you are able to centralize your company’s knowledge. From your company’s home, browse and join every notebook shared with your company and view the profiles of co-workers, including their shared content and recent activity. Hate creating presentations? Present your ideas in one click – rather than putting all your hard found research into a presentation, use the presentation mode to easily show your notes in a full screen layout. On the move? You are able to gain quick access anywhere on any device – even offline.