Leveraging Ying + Yang in B2B Sales

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In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces can be complementary, interconnected and interdependent, giving rise to each other as they interrelate. This aptly describes Upsider co-founders  Josh McBride + Drew Koloski. Where they came from: Josh was in tech sector sales, often using data to help his sales teams increase their productivity and efficiency. He’s the thoughtful, analytic and focused type that drove this type of introspective. Drew was…

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4 Expert Tips for Start-Ups on the Hunt for the Perfect Office

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While most people secretly dream of being able to work from home, in their pyjamas, the ones who actually do know that it does not last long. Anybody who has started a company from their bedroom or garage can tell you that success is measured by growth. If you are growing fast, it means that the formula is working.   However, it also means that the bedroom is no longer good enough. If you want…

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NYC Start Up Funding Landscape: 2017 is Looking Great

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Various sources are reporting that 2017 will shape up to be an excellent year for startups seeking funding, which is great news for many NYC area start-ups, founders and would-be entrepreneurs. Gust – the world’s largest online platform and community for early stage finance recently released their 2016 Startup Funding Trends Mid-Year Report that is showing a bright future for the international startup ecosystem. Coming out of 2015, the number of funding applications submitted by…

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Fake News with Truth: Working with Idiots can kill you!

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There is a what appears to be a fake news story dating back about 10 years that claims “A medical study has determined that working with idiots is one of the deadliest forms of stress.” The story originated from Weekly World News, an entertainment tabloid, and it found its way to Yahoo! way back in 2002. Snopes – which bills itself as “the definitive internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors and misinformation”…

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