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Making a Case for Flexible Remote Work

With the pandemic still raging on, lots of workplaces that can allow their employees to work from home changed up their setups. It just makes sense for many offices to allow their people to work from home as it’s safer. As long as there are already measures set in place, it promises better conditions and even lower operational costs for many companies. However, working from home is not for everyone. ...

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LA Startups - How to Develop a Business Growth Strategy 2021 -

According to surveys, only half of the total number of new startups survive up to their fifth year and just a third of that number make it to their tenth year anniversary. It’s the most concrete proof of how tough running a business can be, even if you don’t really intend to grow it to an exponential size. How do you avoid becoming a part of the statistics, though? How ...

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How to Virtually Recruit New Employees (Step-By-Step Guide)

Remote work has been steadily rising in popularity even before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Small, medium, and even enterprise-level businesses have started adopting more and more of their traditional office-based roles to remote work positions. This means that there is a big demand for remote-based talents and it is increasingly becoming a challenge for businesses to find the right remote candidate because of the competition. Virtually Recruit New ...

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FIGS Names Jeffrey Lawrence CFO as Company Revolutionizes the Healthcare Apparel Industry

FIGS, the direct-to-consumer company transforming healthcare apparel, has appointed Jeffrey Lawrence as Chief Financial Officer. Lawrence, who previously served as CFO of Domino’s Pizza, joins the wildly popular healthcare apparel company known for creating innovative, comfortable, and supremely functional scrubs. FIGS is revolutionizing the healthcare apparel industry by selling its premium quality products through its customer-friendly, direct-to-consumer website. Before FIGS, healthcare professionals had to choose from poor quality, boxy, and ...

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How Your Startup Can Attract Top Talent in 2021

Establishing a startup is one of the most exciting things to do, especially if you have a particularly unique and one-of-a-kind idea. However, there are also lots of challenges that come with it. It’s certainly like starting a business, since it is, technically, a venture, but with a few additional hurdles that add thrill to the experience.  Among these challenges, hiring top talents will be one of the trickiest ones ...

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What is Omnichannel Commerce and Why It’s Important for Brands Today

For the uninitiated, the term ‘Omnichannel Commerce’ may sound very daunting. Some might even think that it’s one of those fancified words that only complicates simple concepts. In reality, however, it’s a very straightforward term that refers to a sales approach that uses multiple streams to create a unique and comprehensive customer experience. Every business should consider giving this concept a try as it can be an excellent way to ...

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How to Hire an AI and Machine Learning Engineers

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning is a rapidly expanding field thanks to the rapid development in technology which made real-life applications possible. The development of these technologies has led to several real-life applications in travel, healthcare, education, manufacturing, search engines, social media, and more which led to the increase in demand for AI and Machine Learning Engineers. The State of AI and Machine Learning There generally two types of ...

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5 Resources Every LA Entrepreneur Should Take Advantage Of

I have been founding, scaling, and selling businesses in Los Angeles for more than 20 years. I have seen ups, downs, and everything in between. The peaks and valleys of an entrepreneurial career are intense, and if I have learned anything throughout my tenure it is that they simply cannot be weathered alone. No man is an island, and success never happens in a vacuum. The good news is that ...

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5 Simple Strategies For Achieving Inbox Zero

The email inbox is either your friend or your foe, but most of the time, if managed poorly, it becomes Pandora’s box, it gobsmacks you with a ton of headache and frustration, and it’s the perfect way to cripple or even hinder your productivity. But, if it’s properly managed, the email can be a very good friend of yours that leads you to productivity and efficient collaboration. This quick guide ...

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The Future of Education and the Age of Aquarius 

December 21st marked the beginning of “The Age of Aquarius”  which officially started on the day of the Winter Solstice. Astrology tells us that the meeting of Jupiter and Saturn in the night sky represents major social, political, and cultural changes called the Great Conjunction. This heralds new beginnings as well as the crumbling of walls and borders that have been established for generations. Isn’t it appropriate to call this ...

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A Partnership Between Google and Warner Bros. with Cyberpunk 2077 has Changed the Face of Video Games Forever 

2020 has been a wild and wonky year – no doubt about it. We’ve had the entertainment sector – mostly movie theater chains – turned completely upsidedown. In a few days, Warner Bros. will be directly releasing Wonder Woman 1984 onto their HBO Max platform without waiting the years-long standard of approximately 100 days after a movie is released in the theaters and then brought to DVD or streaming platforms. ...

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Digital Transformation: Future-Proof Your Business With Technology

If there’s one thing for certain that the past couple of months proved, it would be that keeping up with tech is essential for businesses. This was already the idea even before the pandemic hit, that traditional businesses need to start considering using technology to their advantage. Not a lot found it necessary to jump on the bandwagon and now they’re scrambling to make huge changes in their operations. According ...

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TypeRacer, The Internet’s First Online Competitive Multiplayer Typing Game Gets Modern Overhaul

TypeRacer, the Internet’s original online multiplayer typing competition, today announced the game’s first major platform overhaul since debuting in 2008. As part of the announcement, parent company TeachMe is bringing the action to mobile with the launch of TypeTexter, which allows millions of players to turn their smartphones into on-the-go competitive typing arenas. TypeRacer is also expanding the number of content players has access to, bringing in quotes and passages from even ...

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50 Los Angeles Startups To Watch 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the tech industry just as hard as the other business sectors. While some companies have thrived in this social distancing life, others have been finding it difficult to stay afloat. Almost all companies, tech and non-tech, have had to change their business and operational models. Despite rocky times, the tech industry is still paving the way to the future. Rain or shine, tech startups are ...

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The 2021 Guide to 15 Coolest Restaurants in Los Angeles

Find where you can go in Los Angeles for the trendiest dining establishments to satisfy your foodie cravings. Are you in Los Angeles right now? Whether you’re just visiting or you live here, you really ought to try one of these dining establishments for a great dining experience. In fact, no one’s stopping you from trying them all! Best Trendy Restaurants Los Angeles 1. Xiang La Hui Location: 621 W ...

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Speculations vs True Specs: How Did the Predictions Hold Up for the Latest iPhones

The third quarter of the year is always an exciting time for tech fans as Apple always announces their latest offerings around this time. Apple fans and tech buffs are often sent into a tizzy speculating what the tech giant has in store. Predicting what could be the new innovations tend to occupy a lot of people’s minds as the brand is known for surprising the public. For 2020, they ...

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How Restaurants & Bars Survive the COVID-19 Pandemic

Restaurants have always been some of the most dynamic businesses in the world as tastes and trends constantly change. Keeping up with the latest is necessary so you can always offer something new and exciting to your patrons. This is possibly one of the top reasons why the restaurant industry was able to come up with a lot of great ideas to adapt during the pandemic. While the major challenge ...

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US Recovery Forecasted by UCLA Anderson

With economies opening and restrictions loosening around the country, things are definitely looking up for the population. The promise of a vaccine to protect the public from the coronavirus is allowing us to hope for better days ahead. But can we really look forward to improved conditions at this point in time? According to the experts at UCLA Anderson, we certainly can. The earlier days of this year may have ...

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7 Statistics That Prove Email Marketing Isn't Dead

The advent of the Internet brought forth email as one of the world's established communication channels. It has remained relevant for two decades. Finding its use in workplaces, businesses, and even in personal communication. Despite this, there is a clamor among marketers that it might be a dying medium. It served well as a marketing tool. Though the advent of other marketing strategies like PPC and SEO overshadowed it.  This ...

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