Email is by far one of the best digital marketing solutions to have in your toolbox. However, with this approach there is plenty of room for error amid an industry rife with regulations; delivery, filtering and other technology concerns and a glut of ever-evolving best practices. While email marketing is definitely not rocket science, there IS a certain degree of skill and artistry involved in crafting a winning email campaign. Proceed with abandon and it’s likely you’ll end up wasting time and money on failed email campaigns.Details
Entrepreneurship is rarely easy but also having family in the mix can add multiple layers of complexity—barriers and challenges that your competitors may not be burdened with. That said, the unique dynamics of a family-run business can also result in extraordinary success as evidenced by Wal-Mart, BMW, Ford and Tyson—all highly accomplished family firms.Details
“Grow to Success: A Set of Skills That Taught Me to Achieve Personal and Professional Success” is one of my favorites and I would recommend it to anyone interested in not only starting and growing a business successfully but also for anyone looking for direction in personal growth.Details
In conjunction with the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce, ABAIE is hosting its 3rd Annual Small Business Development Day – Procurement Expo & Workshop. Open to every small business, over 350 small businesses and exhibitors have benefitted from this event.
This event’s mission is to introduce small business suppliers to the procurement process and includes workshops on how to win contracts from Government buyers and Fortune 500 companies and certification.Details
Bobby Jindal is God’s gift to American comedians. In an effort to outdo all the other farcical characters in the field of 2016 Republican presidential candidates, he is being as outlandishly ridiculous as possible.
What happened to Bobby Jindal?
What happened to Jindal I think is what happens to most educated, smart Republican politicians. They have to dumb it down. They have to adhere to the Ronald Reagan role model.Details
SAN FRANCISCO — When Mae Cendaña Torlakson arrived in the United States to be with her family, she left behind a promising life as a recording rock artist in her native Philippines. Now, she’s deep into California politics, and gunning for a seat in the State Assembly.
Last week, the Asian and Pacific Islander Caucus announced its endorsement of Torlakson, describing her as an “impressive candidate” and a “respected community leader” with more than 15 years of experience working on education and environmental issues in the state.
It was 1988 and, as she landed her first job as a store manager of Duty Free at San Francisco International Airport, her biggest rock hit, “Hoy Lalake” (Hey Man) — considered by many as an early contribution to women’s liberation movement in the Philippines — was still riding the airwaves back home.Details
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The White House responded to years of pressure from immigrant rights groups on Wednesday, July 15, with an announcement of a new policy that will expedite the process of bringing certain family members of Filipino veterans of World War II to the United States.Details
HAVANA—When the U.S. embassy reopened in Havana on Monday after more than 54 years, it signaled what Cubans have now accepted: creeping capitalism is the future.
A stroll through Old Havana is enough to convince anyone that the entrepreneurial spirit that is fast-transforming this city into a nation of shopkeepers is in full swing. This isn’t to say that corporate America is about to descend on this island nation of 12 million people. Raúl Castro’s reforms place sharp restrictions on capitalism: one can work for one’s self, but only the state can hire more than two employees.Details
MERCED, Calif.– Ruby Aguirre is beating the numbers.
“I feel so proud to be graduating today,” said the first generation Mexican-American student at last month’s Merced College commencement. “This is my biggest achievement.”
Aguirre, 21, graduated with an Associate’s degree in psychology and plans to transfer to California State University, Humboldt, where she will pursue her Bachelor’s degree in social work.Details
EXIM Chairman Hochberg Addresses International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Industrial Conference
TIM, Making Money, Exim Update Washington, D.C. – Fred P. Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (EXIM), addressed the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Industrial Conference in Chicago today. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery. Good morning. Thank you for inviting me to join you today. …Details