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Speaker Articles: Gil Cargill Whatever You Do, Don’t Do This

The “this” that I’m talking about is the practice that I’ve seen MSPs and IT consultants repeat many times.  Tragically, each repetition costs the MSP and/or IT consultant a ton of cash.  The behavior that I’m talking about is the…

Speaker Articles: Christophe Morin Neuromarketing 101

NEUROMARKETING:  THE NEW SCIENCE OF HUMAN DECISION MAKING Recent studies show that the average consumer receives nearly 10,000 selling messages a day. Yet how many of these messages successfully reach the part of the brain that decides? Neuromarketing merges Neuroscience…

Speaker Articles: Mitch Gooze Process vs Innovation

Process vs Innovation by Mitchell Gooze Many pundits argue that the current path to competitive advantage is by out-innovating the competition; as opposed to focusing on being more efficient than the competition. The unstated theory being that one of these…

COMPEL Member Joseph Heaney: LI Engineering Firms Unite Via Acquisition

LI Engineering Firms Unite Via AcquisitionBy: Jacqueline Birzon January 2, 2015 0Oyster Bay-based Walden Associates has reached an agreement to acquire a Valley Stream engineering company in a straight purchase deal that will expand the breadth of company services.On Dec.…

COMPEL Member Jonathan White Celebrates 75th Anniversary In The Coffee Industry

White Coffee Corporation LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. (PRNewswire-USNewswire) Gold or diamond commemoratives should accompany an anniversary this noteworthy. Instead, White Coffee Corporation’s goal was to meet its customer’s increasing demand for single serve coffees. This year, in conjunction with their…

Make Sure You Have a Health Care Proxy for Your Adult Children

Should you find yourself in an emergency medical situation involving your adult child who does not have an HCP, not only may you be unable to authorize a particular treatment for your child and give informed consent on his or…
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