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Get Rich Click with Marc Ostrofsky

Get Rich Click with Marc Ostrofsky

Marc Ostrofsky is the author of the New York Times Bestseller, Get Rich Click and  is a professional speaker, consultant, venture capitalist and serial entrepreneur that started with a $5000 car loan and turned it into a portfolio of companies ...

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Medical Innovation Needs Silicon Valley Speed, Stat

I’ve been directing or advising innovation and commercialization efforts in Silicon Valley for most of my career. While the popular stories we tell about innovation usually focus on eureka moments and brilliant individuals, anyone involved in successful innovation knows that getting a new product to market is often more about convincing smart people to back your idea, corralling lots of different agendas, aligning incentives, and navigating bureaucracies.

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TED Targets Impressionable Young Minds With Interactive New TEDEd Videos

Check out a sneak preview of the animation and other features in new, abbreviated TED videos that aim to bring subjects such as neuroscience and evolution to young students. TED, the conference dedicated to "Ideas Worth Spreading," took a step forward in its educational mission today by launching a TEDEd video channel on YouTube. Shorter than the 18-minute TED talks that have racked up 500 million views, these videos feature a combination of talking heads from TED stages and animation (artwork by Fast Company Most Creative Person Sunni Brown , among others) tackling topics like neuroscience and evolution for a high-school-aged audience

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Flake-Proof Your Next Event: trueRSVP

Fei Xiao and Anna Sergeeva, two undergrads at the University of Southern California, are building a tool to help event planners get better attendance. Sick of people flaking out on your events?

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Incubating a Company the Old-Fashioned Way

Startup incubators are all the rage right now, but if you could swing a deal like mine, you might find that sometimes, doing things the old-fashioned way is best.

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Carbon Onset: CO2 Debt of Climate Conferences Grows and Grows and Grows

DURBAN, South Africa When roughly 25,000 people descend on a city to talk climate change, you can expect at least two things: mountains of waste and copious emissions of the greenhouse gases that they’ve come to talk about so seriously. To offset the hundreds of thousands of tons of these lightweight gases emitted in the pursuit of a global climate treaty, recent such conferences have taken compensatory measures, such as subsidizing retrofits of Bangladeshi brick factories , so that ambassadorial emissions are offset by a reduction in pollution from kilns

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From Horse Stable to Sleek Design Firm

Through a meticulous restoration process, Elding Oscarson converted two 19th Century buildings into No Picnic's headquarters by installing reflecting glass walls.

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Building Flexibility Into a Small Space

Studio No. 6, a branding agency, made the most of its small office by building a three-sided dividing structure, and adding gloriously tall windows

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Dell World’s App Puts Control Of Conferences In Audience’s Hands

The best part of any conference usually takes place in the halls--where you can network, of course, but also where you can find the answers you were looking for and have the kind of conversations you wanted when you came to the conference in the first place. A new app that Dell is pioneering at its first-ever Dell World conference this week will attempt to simulate that experience at least somewhat and, say Dell executives, vastly improve the overall conference experience. Most conference apps are just digital versions of the paper program.

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More Inc. 5000 Conference Love from Council Members

At this year's Inc. 5000 Conference, I had the distinct pleasure of running a debate between two great entrepreneurs: Phil Patrick of PharmaStrat and Jay Goltz of The Goltz Group .

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