July roundup: What does it take to bring technology to market?

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By Alexandra Reid

As usual, we covered a lot of ground last month on our blog. We talked about social media, customer service, content marketing, trademarks for small businesses, neuromarketing, the trials of RIM, government funding for startups and what they have to get right to go global. In case you missed any of our posts, here’s a handy roundup:

July 9: Trademarks for small businesses in little towns

July 23: What technology firms must get right to internationalize quickly

July 25: Have the feds finally found the right way to back winners?

July 30: The pitch from a neuromarketing perspective

And on a related note…

In addition to our series, our associates and guest bloggers were also busy writing on a great range of topics. Here are our other posts from July, as ranked by the enthusiasm of our readers:

July 26: Hard-cabled for success

July 31: A nice little story about the value of storytelling in content marketing

July 16: The best time to start a business

July 17: 5 qualities of a great ghostwriter

July 24: Throttled by those five ubiquitous rings

July 10: 7 reasons why people hate your B2B business blog

July 11: Your audience will judge you by your cover

July 3: The top 10 truths of social media

July 18: Where is Ottawa’s International Startup Festival?

July 12: Managing perceptions and product at RIM like Apple did

July 19: Why I like customer advisory boards

July 5: The price of everything, the value of nothing and customer service

Image: Cynthia Frenette

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