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Angel Investors Bring Big Ideas To Reality/radio

Angel Investors Bring Big Ideas To Reality/radio

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If you're an emerging company with the next great product, sometimes you need an angel on your side.

A study by the University of New Hampshire's Center for Venture Research showed that "angel investors" - high-net-worth individuals willing to invest in entrepreneurial companies at an early stage - shelled out more than $18 billion into early-stage companies last year alone, compared to $304 million by venture capitalists.

Finding an angel investor, however, is not an easy task. Safer Smokes Inc. is one company that understands the challenge of attracting the right investors.

Supply Chain Management Software-as-a-Service

Supply Chain Management Software-as-a-Service

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IBM – A Faster, Leaner, More Efficient Supply Chain

IBM aims to practice what it preaches. The company's early support of fully automated processes—such as order management, service requests and OEM manufacturing work orders—has served to improve customer satisfaction and operational efficiencies. And over the years the company has remained committed to continuous improvement through the intelligent application of new technologies, becoming a model for a fully automated enterprise using the most advanced supply chain solutions and practices.

IBM defines the next level of business process efficiency as an on-demand model: "An enterprise whose business processes can respond with speed to any customer demand, market opportunity or external threat." This model requires seamless end-to-end business process integration of internal IBM systems while extending into key partners, suppliers and customers.

Home Jobs Online – How to Find and Get One

Home Jobs Online – How to Find and Get One

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Wouldn't it be nice to roll out of bed, slip on a robe and slippers and shuffle down the hall to your home office to work? Today over 137 million people world-wide do just that at least part time as more and more companies take advantage of the cost savings that telecommuting programs offer. One of the best places to find these companies is online, but you must beware. While more and more legitimate work-at- home jobs can be found online, so can scams. Here's what you need to know and do if you are looking for a real work-at-home job online.

1) Understand that you aren't going to sign up to work at home. Telecommuting work is found in the same way that traditional work is found and usually involves an application or resume, and interview process.

2) You can't pay to get hired. Any company that says you can work for it by sending some money is not offering a job. It's okay to invest in a good work-at-home job database or hiring a professional resume writer, but you should never, ever, ever, pay to get hired.

Free Jobs Online Toolkit Helps People Find Work-At-Home Jobs

Free Jobs Online Toolkit Helps People Find Work-At-Home Jobs

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Worldwide over 137 million people work at home in a job at least part time. While telecommuting options continue to grow, too many people are falling victim to work-at-home job scams and schemes. Telecommuting coach Leslie Truex is now providing a free Jobs Online Toolkit to help would-be telecommuters avoid the pitfalls of searching for work-at-home jobs, and instead find and get a legitimate job online.

The free Jobs Online Toolkit includes a 40-page ebook, an audio teleseminar, and several bonuses including a list of companies that are frequently hiring. What is especially helpful is that it offers more than just a list of work-at-home job resources; it shows people how to use the resources and their own skills to find the jobs they want. It provides details on:

The Nasty Little Secret About Making Money on eBay

The Nasty Little Secret About Making Money on eBay

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For our books eBay PowerSeller Secrets and eBay PowerSeller Million Dollar Ideas my wife Deb and I interviewed hundreds of PowerSellers. Male, female, young, old, couples, single folks--they ran the gamut. Some make the PowerSeller minimum of $1000 per month, while others gross millions. Despite their differences they all had one thing in common, and this is the thing that few other eBay experts will tell you.

They work HARD. eBay is not a get-rich-quick scheme. Building an eBay business takes commitment and time. PowerSellers are some of the hardest working people we know. It drives them batty when scam artists sell CDs, books, ebooks, videos, etc. that promise to disclose the hidden secrets of making money on eBay. Other scam artists promise to provide a list of wholesalers or dropshippers that will provide great products at great prices, so you can make lots of money. Sorry, but it's not that simple.

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