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Atlanta Startups Technology

Is Atlanta’s Startup Ecosystem “Mature”?

It’s Venture Atlanta week. BIP Capital‘s annual report is just in time.  This year, the report measure’s major southeast cities (Atlanta, Research Triangle Park, Charlotte, Nashville) as they compare to the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, and New York City. I’ve always referred to Atlanta as a “teenager” in … Keep reading >>>

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Inspiration Technology

Three Tools to Help Parents Control Teens’ iPhone Use

Should You Control Your Teens’ iPhone Use?

So you got your teenager an iPhone! Nice. You realize, of course, that you just gave 100% complete access to all the world’s information & content on a device more powerful than the Apollo 11 to a pubescent young adult whose prefrontal cortex … Keep reading >>>

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Atlanta Pitch Practice Technology

How do you combine multiple video streams from your event?

The title of this post is a hint at the rest of the story below. Imagine attending or organizing an event (kids athletic event, performance, conference, party, reception, speech, etc.) that is not “professionally” captured on video. However, there are several individuals capturing the event on various video devices from … Keep reading >>>

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Digital Marketing Pitch Practice Startups Technology

Problem: Low Marketing Email Engagement Rates

Back in 2014 (seems like just yesterday), Facebook announced that videos that were uploaded natively (as opposed to shared from YouTube) to the social media platform would “autoplay”. Viewers would not have to tap or click a video to get it to start playing. The video would begin playing as … Keep reading >>>

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Pitch Practice Startups Technology

Problem: Annual corporate phishing training is worthless

Big corporations have big corporation email security policies. Especially in the financial sector, email phishing is big business for hackers. Why? Because it works! Why does it still work, even though email has been around for a quarter century? Because most big corporations require their non-IT employees to attend a … Keep reading >>>