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August 27, 2012 – 1,096 views
Joe Mechlinski - entreQuest, Inc.
Whether facing an environment of economic decline or recovery, Partner companies must constantly reinvent. As the leader of your organization, you must continually find new ways to differentiate your company from the competition. After all, when you get right down to it, what separates you from the next Microsoft Partner? You all sell services. You all sell software. You all have a “customer-centric” approach to growing your business. What’s the difference? Full Story 
August 27, 2012 – 1,033 views
Association of Business Training
Almost every employee in every professional industry will have to attend or create a business presentation at some point. This person could be an architect proposing a bridge plan, an advertising expert asking for additional funding from an executive board or even a sales representative pitching a service to a potential customer. In any case, there are a few universal tips one can follow when preparing to do any sort of business presentation. These best practices are outlined... Full Story 
August 21, 2012 – 1,317 views
Association of Business Training
When it comes to marketing, it can sometimes be difficult to define exactly how much a customer or target audience is worth. How can you put a solid number on something as abstract as customer retention and loyalty? This is the constant struggle that marketing executives face every single day. However, there is a way to determine the net worth of clients... Full Story 
August 17, 2012 – 1,070 views
Faye Riva Cohen
Recently I took an Amtrak train trip to New York City. It used to be that one of the interesting things about traveling outside of one’s local environment was that it gave one an opportunity to meet new people and experience new things. I recall meeting interesting people over the years and having interesting conversations while traveling to and from someplace, and some of these people became acquaintances I kept up a relationship with for years. Full Story 
July 27, 2012 – 1,092 views
Ms. Faye Riva Cohen - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
Some weeks ago a man had a consultation with me concerning his issue which involved dealings with a federal government agency which investigates discrimination in housing. My extensive experience and background in civil rights law, dealing with numerous federal government agencies, and real estate, are outlined on our Firm’s website. However, the person decided he wanted to have another consultation with someone who was an “expert” on his issue, and he had been provided that person’s number by a friend. Full Story 
July 17, 2012 – 1,079 views
Association of Business Training
As a business owner, the amount of responsibilities you have to manage on the average day can make your head spin. Full Story 
July 13, 2012 – 961 views
Ms. Faye Cohen , Esquire - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
In its simplest form, every lawsuit has 2 parts. The first part generally encompasses what the problem is, and why you feel you are entitled to some relief. The second part is what are the damages or relief you seek. People spend a lot of time formulating their problem. Indeed, when potential clients call me to discuss their situations, they usually want to discuss every little detail of what he said and she said and did, etc., and how they were wronged, etc. This is often a cathartic process for them, and besides the verbal discussions they will often make copious notes or prepare a diary. Full Story 
July 10, 2012 – 1,212 views
Association of Business Training
In business, chargebacks are a common problem that many professionals wish to avoid at all costs. Full Story