When a company makes artisan soaps and sells them individually, they have their 1st product. When they cut the soap in half, repackage it, and call it a “Traveller’s Pack”, they have their 2nd product. When they cut the soap into the shape of little animals and call it a “Kid’s Fun Size”, they have […]Continue reading
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Ikea doesn’t sell furniture. It sells what your home could look like. Starbucks doesn’t sell coffee. It sells a little indulgence in your busy life. State Farm doesn’t sell insurance. It sells the comfort of knowing that you and your loved ones are covered. Don’t sell stuff. Sell aspirations.Continue reading
How is art important to your business? If you ask this question to most business people, chances are you’ll be given a blank look. What is art anyways? From Wikipedia, “art is the process or product of deliberately arranging elements in a way that appeals to the senses or emotions.” The critical piece here is […]Continue reading
Have you heard about Kiva? Kiva is a non-profit organization that facilitates micro-lending to entrepreneurs in developing countries. The idea is to provide qualified people with money they need to start a business. This way, they can make a living, create jobs, and improve lives through a sustainable mean. When the loan money has been […]Continue reading
I bet you’ve heard of websites done in HTML or Flash. But how about one made in YouTube? Yes, YouTube, the video site. Words can’t do this clever company’s website justice – go ahead and take a look: http://booneoakley.com Brilliant, isn’t it? Now, imagine you’ve never seen this site before. Your company’s web developer suggests […]Continue reading