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

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By Daylin Mantyka 2013-calendar-november

Last month’s contents were newsworthy and informative. Leading the pack was Francis Moran’s post on angel investors and crowdfunding, followed by Maurice Smith’s post on the definition of “Digital Media.”  As always, we had some great contributions from our guest bloggers on presentation skills, leadership, government policy makers and entrepreneurs, among others.

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

November 14: Angel investors can’t sit on crowdfunding sidelines, by Francis Moran

November 13: ‘Digital media’ evades easy definition, and so proper measurement, by Maurice Smith

November 11: Join Startup Canada for an entrepreneurial invasion of Parliament Hill, by Francis Moran

November 6: Our tribal identities govern our decision making, but change requires more than that, by Bob Bailly

November 28: Is your job as social media expert about to become obsolete?, by Francis Moran

November 18: What gets in the way of a great presentation? by Anil Dilawri

November 26: What’s in a name?, by Leo Valiquette

November 25: Is your founder a Rob Ford?, by Jeff Campbell

November 19: Entrepreneurship: It isn’t really about the money, Leo Valiquette

November 12: Build more than just a great product, by Leo Valiquette

November 20: The facts behind unhappy unpaid inventors, by David French

November 21: ‘They didn’t do any marketing. They just went to SXSW’, by Francis Moran

November 5: It’s amazing how fast a tight, all-hands meeting can clear the air, by Leo Valiquette

November 27: Government policy makers need to be at tech events, by Denzil Doyle

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