June roundup: What does it take to get technology to market?

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By Hailley Griffis

Last month’s content lineup featured great posts that shattered common myths about listening to feedback from investors, the future of the tech-world for entrepreneurs and how far a little cleverness can take you in your marketing strategy. We also looked at the International Startup Festival being held in Montreal this month for the third year in a row and the astounding importance that neurons play in our day-to-day lives.

In case you missed any of it, here is a handy recap of our posts, as ranked by the enthusiasm of our readers:

June 18 : The art of ignoring feedback, by Anil Dilawri

June 04: Where do the next opportunities lie for savvy tech entrepreneurs?, by Denzil Doyle

June 26:  International Startup Festival hits Montreal for third edition, by Francis Moran

June 17:  A little cleverness goes a long, long way, by Leo Valiquette

June 19: You are what you think, by Bob Bailly

June 12: Why my pony tail ain’t my brand, by Francis Moran

June 06: House renos and the art of customer service, by Francis Moran

June 05: Your local newspaper may be your hardest to crack, and least relevant, media outlet, by Leo Valiquette

June 24: Why confidentiality, by David French

June 27: Running faster is not the solution to Canada’s productivity challenge, by Denzil Doyle

June 10: 4 reasons why you need a mobile website, by Debra Kaye

June 11: With clients, you must sometimes be cruel to be kind, by Leo Valiquette

June 20: Are developers responsible for how their products are used?, by Francis Moran

June 25: Summer is no time to slack off, by Leo Valiquette

June 13: Customer surveys are great. Unless you ask the wrong questions, by Francis Moran

Image: June 2013 Calendar Printable 

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