Posts Tagged ‘ sustainable ’

Subscription models, ecommerce and business sustainability

April 25, 2012
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Subscription models, ecommerce and business sustainability

Subscription models lock in customers for more than one purchase.  While not a new concept, the plethora of offers looking to lock in customers across a variety of products and services appears to move the internet banner ad model one step further toward sustainable business.  This blog post by a venture capital firm that invests…

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From executive failure to healthy entrepreneur ― success is in the passion

March 12, 2012
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From executive failure to healthy entrepreneur ― success is in the passion

Brad Gruno is an end-user entrepreneur.  His snack food company, Brad’s Raw Chips, responds to his personal need to stay fit.  After a dramatic downfall from the CEO position of a major fiber-optic company, Gruno sought out a solution to boost his morale and physique.  The innovative snacks he created provided the opportunity to build…

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The Deli Summit ― can the Jewish deli be saved?

February 13, 2012
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The Deli Summit ― can the Jewish deli be saved?

  In May of 2011, four deli owners from Brooklyn, Portland, San Francisco and Berkeley gathered at the Berkeley, CA Jewish Community Center to discuss the future of the sustainable delicatessen.  In a world of faded memories of what used to be, the modern deli struggles with its consumers over what is authentic, historic and…

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