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

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By Daylin Mantyka2013-September-Calendar-to-Print

Last month’s contents were newsworthy and informative. Leading the pack was David French’s post on confidentiality agreements followed by Francis Moran’s timely piece on angel investing in Ontario. As always, we had some great contributions from our guest bloggers on customer service, forecasting culture in startups, PR agency etiquette and the value of testimonials, 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:

September 18: Why confidentiality? (Part 3), by David French

September 23: Ontario angel investments up 41 percent, by Francis Moran

September 12: Canadian angel investments double in quantity but rise only 13 percent in value, by Francis Moran

September 9: Purposeful customer service, by Shep Hyken

September 25: Salvaging millions that would otherwise go to waste, by David French

September 26: Advice for high-tech CEOs: Have a forecasting culture, by Denzil Doyle

September 24: Never expect mission-perfect prose in the first cut, by Leo Valiquette

September 10: The two sides of managing client’s media expectations, by Leo Valiquette

September 17: A great consultancy should be heard, but not seen,  by Leo Valiquette

September 11: How may my technology help you?, by Francis Moran

September 19: Selling ideas at the intersection of interest, by Francis Moran

September 4: The eternal struggle to balance process with results, by Leo Valiquette

September 30: Testimonials are great, but your marketing machine needs more, by Leo Valiquette


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