Designer of ‘Smart Shoes’ Turns Over 1m Pounds

Despite constantly possessing an entrepreneurial spirit, Janan Leo’s light bulb moment happened during a normal daily commute to work. Looking down at her unstylish footwear in a tube trip to Virgin Trains’ offices in London, where she was employed as a new product development manager, the 26-year-old decided she would make a foldable smart shoe

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Peer Education Could Save your Business

Peer education is strong. Sometimes you learn so much more out of a colleague who has been on the job longer than you, than from a designated business coach, a guru giving a ted talk or that well-remunerated speaker that had been brought in to rev up your company breakfast. Peer-based learning   Decades ago

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Poll Reveals Brokers’ Lack of Online Presence

A recent poll on brokers asking how they felt their own business broker websites were performing, revealed a surprising 40% confessing they don’t actually have one. Just a third of respondents felt they were satisfied with their website’s performance. Daniel Hegarty, chief executive of online broker agent Habito, stated that it had been shocking that

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Tech Start-Up Educate Children in Developing World

Last fall, when I saw Kawangware, a densely populated slum outside Nairobi, Kenya, the afternoon was bright, and a breeze provided a welcome respite from the odor of the open sewers that run like septic tanks through the back roads and alleys. Extreme poverty makes life hard here, and H.I.V. and waterborne illness are rife.

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Next Tech Market: Baby Boomers

  Due to the fact that the Millennial market is so over saturated and tough to keep up with, Baby Boomers present tech services with all sorts of opportunities. Teenagers and 20-somethings take in innovation at a ravenous speed, just to then demand more. But the Baby Boomer generation is the total reverse. Baby boomers

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Leading 3 Tech Patterns at ConExpo 2017

With overall presence peaking at 128,000 and near unlimited lineups of parked heavy equipment throughout 4 behemoth lots and 5 conference halls in Las Vegas, ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017 measured up to its track record as one of the world’s biggest events of contractor specialists and the equipment that powers international heavy building. A very first to

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Georgia Tech’s Dr. Joel Sokol Talks Sports Analytics Modeling

Joel Sokol is the founding Director of Georgia Tech’s interdisciplinary Master of Science in Analytics degree and Associate Professor in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE). Dr. Sokol’s main research interests remain in sports analytics and applied operations research. He has dealt with teams and leagues in three significant American sports and

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Smart Gardening for Geeks

Gardening and planting is undoubtedly, not at the forefront of the minds of most ‘geeks’. The Chinese company iGrow might become business leaders in gardening for geeks with the product they dubbed Agriculture 4.0. iGrow has presented a series of different landscaping items consisting of the iGrow intelligent hydroponics gardening systems to plant flowers, fruits

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Working with a Web Design Company

Web designing and web development have become an integral part of each and every business today. If you are a business owner and are serious about staying ahead in the competition, you must consider online advertising and promotions. This will require you to work with a good web design company. There are a huge number

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