RESET attended The P3 Conference for the third consecutive year, and turnout from national owners in both the public and private sectors reveals a continued need for creating performing assets which solve long-term capital issues connected to growth. There were some recurring themes that throughout the conference that had significant impact on the success of […]
In this Interviewing Influencers chat, Mike Neal reveals that new industry connections weren’t nearly as far away as he thought they were.
Connecting broadly and creatively with businesses in other industries that touch your customers can give you connections you never knew existed.
Kevin Cray, Client Project Manager, talks about how to gather client intelligence that can help you connect and build sustainable accounts.
Networking doesn’t come easy for most of us. Many are intimidated at the notion of creating valuable conversation with a group full of people they’ve never heard of, and if your goal is to rub elbows with top-of-the-rung executives with busy schedules, you’ve got an added hurdle to cross.
Today on Interviewing Influencers, we talked with Bethany Williams about strategically connecting with C-suite executives.
Once you’ve made the decision to go to a trade show or conference, you should take some time to consider how you can leverage your attendance before, during and after the event.
With the New Year upon us, most of you are planning out what’s to come: the improvements you’ll be making, the weight you’ll be losing, and the areas in which you’d like to grow your career or business. When seeking to increase knowledge in your field, attending conferences and trade shows are often where we begin. But, don’t just pick the conferences you’ll attend out of a hat…
During the 2013 SMPS Houston Design Awards Gala, Wayne O’Neill was inducted into the SMPS Hall of Fame for his 25 years of service to the Houston Chapter. While Wayne has perhaps taken more of an “instigator” route, he has always been very closely aligned with the organization’s overall objectives.
In today’s evolving markets, there are products and services so unique that sometimes it becomes difficult to create a “go to market” strategy. A CIO colleague of ours that has developed a product that has potential to be sold to 3 different customer types: end users, institutions and corporate clients. Developing these strategies requires a lot of industry insight and experience in bringing varieties of products and services to market, which this colleague has never done before. As a big fan of Shark Tank, we set up our own tank and brought in an investor we know who is constantly evaluating product and company investment opportunities…
Managing Big Data and utilizing it in a way to compete are a few of the biggest challenges for higher education IT departments…