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People on the Move – Memphis Business Journal Online, 12 #business #franchise #opportunities

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People on the Move Memphis Business Journal Online, 12/07/11

Date added: December 7, 2011

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Future Business Journal

Future Business Journal

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The Future Business Journal is a blind peer-reviewed journal that will be published bi-annually by Future University in Egypt. It is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.
The Future Business Journal (FBJ) publishes conceptual and empirical research papers spanning all the major research fields in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro Economics, Management Information Systems, and Finance. The Journal’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro-Economics Management Information System and Finance. The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance.

The Future Business Journal is a blind peer-reviewed journal that will be published bi-annually by Future University in Egypt. It is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.
The Future Business Journal (FBJ) publishes conceptual and empirical research papers spanning all the major research fields in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro Economics, Management Information Systems, and Finance. The Journal’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro-Economics Management Information System and Finance. The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance between the practical and the academic fields, recognizing the intricate relationships between many areas of business activities.





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AffiniPay Named to Austin Business Journal – s List of Fastest-Growing Companies in Central Texas – AffiniPay #business #for #sales

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AffiniPay Named to Austin Business Journal s List of Fastest-Growing Companies in Central Texas

Company climbs rankings in Austin Business Journal’s Top 50 fastest growing companies in Central Texas.

Austin, TX – July 1, 2014 – AffiniPay LLC. the premier payment provider for associations and the legal industry, has been ranked #19 by Austin Business Journal’s Fast 50 for 2013. AffiniPay has increased revenue from $1.6 million in 2009 to $6.7 million in 2012, a growth rate of 304% The Company has also been named to Inc. magazine’s Top 100 financial Service Companies, on top of being ranked No.1328 on Inc. 5000’s annual ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies in America.

“AffiniPay is honored to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Central Texas.” Said Amy Porter. CEO of AffiniPay. “Our team has worked incredibly hard to support our clients and provide a service that has quickly become the standard for payments in the association and legal industries. I am also extremely proud of what we have accomplished through our LawPay program, and we expect even more growth in the upcoming year.”

Austin Business Journal’s Fast 50 has been used to highlight Austin’s fastest growing companies for more than a decade. The rankings are based solely upon each company’s revenue numbers, and the competition is split into two groups, small and large companies.

“If you’re in the market for what they’re selling, consider giving them your business. If you’re a job seeker, these companies are right up your alley. If you’re looking for a stout strategic partner, deep-pocketed client or your next competitive threat, there’s a good chance they’re a click away.” states Colin Pope, one of Austin Business Journal’s most experienced business intelligence editors.

Complete results of the Austin Business Journal’s Fast-50 can be found here.

About Austin Business Journal

Austin Business Journal is the source for local business news, research and events in the Austin Area. Their mission is to provide their audience with the most accurate and useful information possible in print and online while serving as the primary facilitator of business events in the Austin area.

About AffiniPay LLC

Based in Austin, Texas AffiniPay is a full-service merchant account and online payment gateway provider. AffiniPay was created in response to demand from local, state and national organizations to work with a payment processor that understands the unique needs of association payment processes. Eventually AffiniPay’s Association Partners asked them to extend their custom payment solutions and friendly customer service to their members. Not only are AffiniPay’s services used and recommended by over 1,000 professional and trade associations across the US, they are the processing leader in the legal industry. AffiniPay’s unique LawPay program is endorsed and recommended by over 80 state and local bar associations. For information please visit https://www.affinipay.com/.

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BIG RED DOG named to the Fast 50 by Austin Business Journal #stock #market #info

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BIG RED DOG Named to the Fast 50 by Austin Business Journal

August 31, 2016 by Will Schnier P.E.

BIG RED DOG Engineering and Consulting was again named one of the 50 Fastest Growing Private Companies in central Texas by Austin Business Journal for the 2015 fiscal year. This award is a testament to our amazing clients and team members.

To qualify, companies must have experienced dramatic revenue growth during the past three years. Financial data is submitted by the companies, verified by a third party and then we rank the top 50 according to compounded revenue growth.

We were also honored with the same award in 2013 and 2014 .

Read more on the Austin Business Journal website .

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Written by Will Schnier P.E.

Will Schnier is the Chief Executive Officer of BIG RED DOG Engineering | Consulting. Will received his BSCE from Purdue University and co-founded BIG RED DOG Engineering and Consulting in 2009. Since starting the firm in 2009, BIG RED DOG has grown to over 100 team members with offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. BIG RED DOG has garnered awards for being one of the 50 fastest growing companies in Texas (Business Journal’s Fast 50 in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) and an ENR top 100 Design Firm in Texas and Louisiana (2012, 2103, 2014, 2015). Mr. Schnier is very well versed in the project review and development permitting process having worked closely and very successfully with City and County review staff, neighborhood associations, environmental groups, and public boards and councils. He has been responsible for the project management, engineering design, and regulatory permitting of hundreds of single family subdivision projects, mixed use and multifamily residential developments, industrial facilities and oil and gas development projects throughout Texas. He is the author of two publications: “Land Subdivision – A Practical Guide for Central Texas” and “The Book on License Agreements in the City of Austin”. Will was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA) in 2014 and served as Mayor Lee Leffingwell’s appointment to the City of Austin Zoning Board of Adjustment from 2011 to 2015.





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Austin Business Journal – Print Media – 111 Congress Avenue, Downtown, Austin, TX – Phone Number #business #to #business

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Denver Business Journal warns some renewal notices aren – t legit – The Denver Post #business #cards #printing

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Denver Business Journal warns some renewal notices aren t legit

The Denver Business Journal has alerted subscribers that they have no connection with United Publishers Network, a company sending out renewal notices for subscriptions that have not expired.

They are not authorized to offer our subscriptions. If you received one of these notices or phone calls, we suggest you ignore it, a message left on subscribers phones said Monday morning.

United Publishers Network is accused of improperly soliciting subscription renewals for magazines and newspapers, including the Denver Business Journal and other publications in the Charlotte, N.C.- based American City Business Journals newspaper chain.

ACBJ is attempting to determine how United Publishers Network obtained its subscriber list.

American City Business Journals parent company has our in-house counsel doing the due diligence right now to figure out exactly what we need to do to get these guys to stop, Denver Business Journal publisher Pete Casillas said, adding that UPN s solicitation is more or less a scam. In the meantime, our position has been to inform our subscribers that these folks are out there and to disregard their notes.

We do know that no credit-card information has been compromised, he said.

In the past three years, the Better Business Bureau has received 875 complaints against United Publishers Network, including 153 problems with the product/service and 371 billing/collection issues.

Carol Garton, vice president of marketing for the Better Business Bureau Denver/Boulder, said that United Publishers Network has an F rating from the BBB.

Consumers allege they receive bills from this company for magazines they currently have subscriptions for, implying it is time for renewal, Garton said. However, consumers claim the subscriptions are not expired, nor did they originally order through this company.

She said consumers alleged that United Publishers Network s renewal advertisement states it has the lowest renewal fee, but subscribers find that renewing directly through the publisher costs less. They also claim that the company charges a $20 processing fee to cancel renewals.

Garton said people who are solicited by phone or letter should always call the Business Journal they are working with and check to see what they received is an actual bill.

The Denver Business Journal said legitimate renewal notices and subscription offers will always display an official logo and ask that payments be sent to the company s service center in Charlotte. People with questions about their subscriptions can call 866-853-3661.

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Boston Business Journal names new publisher – Talking Biz News #micro #business #ideas

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Boston Business Journal names new publisher

Carolyn M. Jones has been named publisher and market president of the Boston Business Journal, effective Wednesday. Jones has been publisher of the Albany Business Review since 1998.

A story on the Boston Business Journal website states, Jones replaces Gale Murray. who will be rejoining American City Business Journals’ national sales organization in a senior management role. ACBJ is the parent company of the BBJ and the Albany Business Review. Murray has been publisher of the Business Journal since June 2014, and will remain based in Boston.

I want to personally thank Gale for leading the BBJ through a period of great change. Her accomplishments were many, in a short period of time, said Michael Olivieri, executive vice president at American City Business Journals and a former publisher of the Boston Business Journal. We have asked Gale to return to our national sales operation in a management role where the pace of change is excelling and where Gale has had a significant impact in the past and will in the future.

Over the past 17 years, Carolyn Jones has led the Albany Business Review to consistently be one of the best-performing business journals in ACBJ, Olivieri continued. Carolyn’s thoughtful leadership approach will be a great addition to Boston’s business community. Carolyn is also passionate about the important role the Boston Business Journal plays in helping the region’s business executives and entrepreneurs grow their business, advance their career, and simplify their professional lives.’





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Boston Business Journal: The importance of workplace culture #business #development #manager

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The importance of workplace culture

​The importance of workplace culture

An employer’s perspective, as shared by William K. Bacic. New England managing partner, Deloitte LLP

It’s no secret that workplace culture has become one of 2016’s hottest topics for business leaders. Research shows that workplace culture drives not only behavior, but also plays a major role in innovation, and customer service. In terms of specific numbers, 82 percent of the respondents to the Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends 2016 survey believe that culture is a potential competitive advantage for employers. Equipped with that knowledge, it is nearly impossible to overstate culture’s importance, especially when thinking about not only recruiting and retaining talent, but also in meeting business goals.

Knowing just how crucial of a role culture plays, we, as business leaders, should consider doing all that we can to help foster a culture where professionals thrive. A step in the right direction may require that business leaders recognize the importance of culture, and give it the attention and investment it deserves. Executives should consider working with HR to help take responsibility for culture, and support it through both a measurement process and infrastructure.

However, that challenge, like many others, is often easier said than done. To start, we leaders should visibly prioritize culture in our organizations. That means clearly understanding the values of our companies, and how they affect business strategy. We should help shape the company’s value and make sure that we are leading by example, and reinforcing the desired culture. For example, at Deloitte, we are committed to making an impact that matters in the communities where we live and work. I enjoy taking an active role in my community, whether that is serving on nonprofit boards, hosting events in our office, or volunteering.

As executives, we should also consider examining the current culture at our organization, and determining whether or not that is the culture we desire.

That means taking a close look at our organizations and not only identifying those practices that align with the desired goals, but also taking note of practices that may require some change.

From there, it is up to leaders to help ensure this new culture becomes permanent. We should serve as an example of the new culture, and become cultural ambassadors for our organizations. Whether that means volunteering in your free time, avoiding email on weekends, or remaining offline while on vacation, leaders should consider embodying the culture of the workplace.

I encourage you to embrace the culture challenge, and own it at the highest level. Our actions tend to drive culture, just as they do other issues that reinforce business strategy. For more information on workplace culture, including tools for measurement, take a look at Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends Report .

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Journal of Business Ethics #business #travel

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Journal of Business Ethics

ISSN: 0167-4544 (Print) 1573-0697 (Online)

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The Journal of Business Ethics publishes only original articles from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning ethical issues related to business that bring something new or unique to the discourse in their field. Contributors examine moral aspects of systems of production, consumption, marketing, advertising, social and economic accounting, labor relations, public relations and organizational behavior. In order to promote a dialogue between the various interested groups as much as possible, papers are presented in a style relatively free of specialist jargon.

From its inception the Journal has aimed to improve the human condition by providing a public forum for discussion and debate about ethical issues related to business.

The style and level of dialogue involve all who are interested in business ethics – the business community, universities, government agencies and consumer groups.

FT 50 – This journal is one of the 50 journals used by the Financial Times in compiling the prestigious Business School research rank

Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® Ranking by Category

– Ethics 8/52
– Business 47/120

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  • Impact Factor 1.837
  • Available 1982 – 2016
  • Volumes 137
  • Issues 668
  • Articles 7,517
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