Who Works For A Startup?

August 2, 2014

Working for a startup offers tremendous professional and personal experience and education. Even if you end up working for a large company, you will bring a different perspective and skill set that will continue to be a huge benefit. Here’s what you need to know about the people who work for startups and how to […]


Investment in Marketing Automation

July 28, 2014

Another interesting factor to consider in the marketing automation industry and why it seems to be catching on fire is the money that is flowing towards some of the key players. Just a few marketing automation companies have already raised over $170 million dollars combined. Source


Cross-Cultural Loyalty Study

July 23, 2014

U.S. and Canadian companies are battling it out to win their share of customers, and in spite of record numbers of consumers in both countries signing up for rewards-program memberships, many reveal a surprising apathy about those programs and the brands they represent. Companies on both sides of the border appear to be winning the […]


Interxion Cloud Survey 2011

July 8, 2014

Cloud is a hot topic for many of today’s business and technology leaders. But for all the hype, how many companies are actually using cloud computing technology, or have definite plans to do so in the near future? Interxion conducted a Europe-wide survey of current and intended cloud usage and attitudes towards cloud computing that […]


Is there a Bubble 2.0?

June 24, 2014

It’s happening again! Venture Capital is blowing up like it’s 1999. There are thousands of angels investing in companies these days and seed funds are popping out like Oompa Loompas at the chocolate factory. Source


The Biggest Tech Valuation Changes

June 17, 2014

Usually a company’s valuation is based on its assets and income. Because technology companies are so different (and typically dont have many assets or much income starting out), the valuation methods for them are considerably different as well. Here is an infographic to look in to. Source


The World’s Most Profitable Companies

June 6, 2014

According to the top 10 chart infographic from Billshrink, companies ranking on the top are companies from oil & gas industries such as Exxon Mobil, Shell, British Petroleum, Petro China, etc. The rest industries are conglomerate, software and services, consumer durables, and food & beverages like Microsoft, Toyota, Nestle. Source


2011 Corporate Relocation Survey

May 12, 2014

Through its Relocation Services Group, Atlas transports household goods between states and between the United States and Canada. Source


2008 executive compensations down 7%

March 26, 2014

CEOs salaries were slashed in 2008 – less total compensation, smaller bonuses, nearly worthless stock options – but their companies are already making adjustments that could mean fatter paychecks in the future. Source


If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It

March 5, 2014

Fortune 50 businesses are the most respected companies in the world. Smaller companies and start-ups look up to these companies and monitor and track their every move. This infographic looks at how Fortune 500 companies are integrating mobile technologies into their brand and how they are making it work. Source


What Type of People Raise Money for Web Startups?

February 22, 2014

Which internet entrepreneurs are backed by venture capital? This infographic takes a look at 165 startup companies to see what patterns emerged when it comes to startups and funding. It breaks it down by race, age, gender and other factors. Read on for more information. Source


Failed Tech Predictions

February 9, 2014

From stubborn naysayers to expert futurists, many people have made attempts to gaze into their crystal balls and predict the nebulous haze that is the future. Of course, not everyone can be right. Here’s a look at technology’s most notorious blundering predictions, as well as some that nearly came close to becoming a reality. Source