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

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By Leo Valiquette

Though we took our usual holiday break in December, we still covered a lot of ground on the blog during the month. Scotland’s startup scene, the unintended consequences of Canada’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development tax credit program, and practical pointers for handing off a content marketing program were among the many topics we covered.

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

Dec. 5: It’s that time again to put life and work in perspective, by Leo Valiquette

Dec. 12: Don’t spit your PR effort into the wind, by Leo Valiquette

Dec. 6: SR&ED and the law of unintended consequences, by Francis Moran

Dec. 20: Is this my very last blog post?, by Francis Moran

Dec. 3: Lessons from Project Glass: Why embracing technology is not optional, by Megan Totka

Dec. 17: Commercializing research in Scotland, by Maurice Smith

Dec. 4: Top 10 questions every strategic communicator should ask, by Caroline Kealey

Dec. 10: Apple versus Samsung: Samsung’s ‘out’ to escape infringement, by David French

Dec. 11: A timely post about succession planning in content marketing, by Alexandra Reid

Dec. 13: Content is the sun around which all else revolves, by Francis Moran

Dec. 19: Businesses must think like publishers, says C.C. Chapman, by Alexandra Reid

Dec. 18: Data mining, DNA or otherwise, no substitute for real customer dialogue, by Leo Valiquette

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