As a regular weekly feature, we are going to provide our readers with a round-up of some of the best articles we have read in the past week. On the podium this week are CIRA, Globe and Mail, Financial Post, Next Montreal and MarketingSherpa.
This Factbook, published by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (and written by our own Francis Moran), provides a fascinating overview of the domain name industry both globally and here in Canada.
Business professors share examples of the most common typos, bloopers, clichés, jargon, superfluous phrases and just plain bad writing they’ve come across as well as some tips for better writing.
Daniel Debow, co-CEO and co-founder of Rypple, explores how a recent slew of high-profile buyouts of Canadian stalwarts have prompted many observers to bemoan the bad side of Canada’s apparent tech exodus – but Debow calls it “a phenomenal thing.”
How a board of advisors, consisting of core professionals in finance, law, accounting, marketing, sales and HR, provides professional guidance on multiple key business issues during, and following, the startup process.
Important points marketing professionals should keep in mind to boost career satisfaction and success.
… and here’s a festive post for some Friday fun.
Happy St Patrick’s Day, folks. We’ll see you back here on Monday.
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