by Michael LoJudice
Launching a business in mainland China can be daunting. American Michael LoJudice, Co-founder and General Manager of Chinese music community site Caoker, provides insights into the ins-and-outs of structuring, launching, and growing a successful business in this complex environment.
Rawn Shah signs his book ‘Social Networking for Business: Choosing the Right Tools and Resources to Fit Your Needs’ at the SXSW bookstore.
Kevin Ready signs his book ‘Startup: An Insider's Guide to Launching and Running a Business’ at the SXSW bookstore.
Laura Hartman signs her book ‘Employment Law for Business ‘ at the SXSW bookstore.
Reviews are so Web 2.0 – the next generation of crowdsourcing goes well beyond a simple user-generated review. But, how can companies utilize the power of the crowd to build content and, ultimately, their business? Does the power of the crowd still have value in today’s web and mobile economy? What kind of information can be mined, and what results can realistically be expected from content supplied by users? Crowdsource experts will discuss the pros and cons of crowdsourcing and the types of content that can be solicited and mined from users, which can help alleviate overall business costs, and cover the possible business implications of relying on crowdsourced information.
Join new Small Business Ambassador, Lindsey C. Holmes and other Evernote enthusiasts for an Evernote Meetup during SXSW 2012. We'll chat about how to use Evernote to Manage, Organize and Streamline your Small Business workflow, share tips, Evernote Trunk integrations, and good food and drinks at The Jackalope. RSVP - http://sxsw12meetup.lchbusiness.com
9th–13th March 2012