Seattle Geek Roast Recap - November 11, 2011 Two weeks ago I sat in the office with Alyssa and said "I have a proposal, I'm wondering if you and Nick would allow us to try and do a fundraiser for you guys. Shauna and I were on the phone last night
For those of you that missed Seattle Geek Roast or want to watch some of the highlights here are four video clips of Nick and Alyssa sharing their story and providing an update of what they have been going through over the last week. Bill Wixey, Q13 FOX News Anchor,
Over the weekend, I blogged about why small business owners should consider hiring an intern. Here are a few more suggestions and resources for developing a successful internship program: Figure out what type of internship you want to create. It's important to be specific so your internship applicants are clear about what type
Deep Domain, Inc. began in 2007, a small startup in Redmond, WA but the fifth business of Howard Mahran. Deep Domain is a software company with a focus in healthcare. They’ve set out to help hospitals and clinics easily get information out of their electronic medical records systems. With Deep Domain
This is a guest post from one of our members, Matt Heinz from Heinz Marketing. Read more from Matt on his blog, Matt on Marketing. It's incredibly easy to get sucked into the day, every day. You can get lost in email, lost in meetings, lost in your RSS feed or social networks.
As a small business owner, you have limited resources when it comes to hiring additional employees. Instead of draining your overhead by hiring an additional employee, have you considered creating an internship program? Many interns are willing to work unpaid in exchange for experience building opportunities. Instead of paying an