“Give Mark money!” Or How Facebook’s advertising appetites have changed
Last year, the head of Facebook changed the company's mission. Instead of “uniting families and friends” it was “creating a global social infrastructure”. Thus ended the ideological transformation of a…

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A check-list to launch your franchise
Many owners of a retail business that grows to a medium or large size are thinking about selling their own franchise. The scheme provides a lot of advantages for the…

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"Traffic - oil of the XXI century", or Five strategies for audience monetization
Nikita Sychev shares five strategies for turning the accumulated audience into potential customers-from attracting sponsored publications to producing paid premium content Traffic - oil of the XXI century. For Internet…

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How to love criticism and make your company more creative

Although there is a lot of talk about the benefits of criticism, it is often this word that carries a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how companies can not only make criticism an effective tool for improvement, but also develop their creative potential by adapting the method of critical evaluation used in the creative sphere
Today, the concept of creativity is not associated exclusively with aesthetics. This is rather a mandatory competence for every organization that seeks to find new opportunities in the markets, implement innovative approaches to business management and create breakthrough products. But everything that concerns creativity often causes great irritation. Continue reading

Shadow purchases of state and municipal companies
Artur Kurbanov talks about the situation with procurement of state and municipal companies in Russia and gives advice to entrepreneurs on how to overcome difficulties on the way to effective…

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How to love criticism and make your company more creative
Although there is a lot of talk about the benefits of criticism, it is often this word that carries a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how companies can not only…

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“No legs - no cartoons”, or How a business refuses to serve 40 million potential customers
Emma Kairova describes the issue of the low level of business attention - small and large - to the problem of access for people with limited mobility to the entire…

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Robots or living people? How customer service will change in the next decade
Elena Stolyarskaya, business coach, customer service expert, talks about the main trends in customer service development in the near future and lists 7 key changes that will affect the online…

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