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Find happiness in your New Year

 For many, the New Year is a chance for a new beginning, perhaps best represented by the baby and the old man, symbols of the new and old years since the time of the ancient Greeks.The fresh-faced cherub connotes so much promise. But
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Corporate Recruiters: Who Is Your Customer?

Who is your customer? If you’re a corporate recruiter, you’d probably say the hiring manager, or maybe the candidate. But, I want to challenge us to think differently about the idea of “customer” in the context of providing
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Which Features Increase Customer Retention?

From: Via: RT @VentureBean: Which Features Increase Customer Retention? via @mitsmrMost
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Retentionomics: Do Companies Value Their Loyal Customers?

Retentionomics, or the drive and ability to retain existing customers, yields positive business results. A study of 300 retail and media companies, conducted by Sailthru and Forbes Insights, “Retentionomics: The Path to Profitable Growth,
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Ireland’s Edge: Decision Center For EMEA And EU Data Strategies

All organizations are already technology enabled to exploit Big Data opportunities. Leading international businesses are using smart technology, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, to capture, analyze and use their corporate and
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This Startup Hacked LinkedIn To Recruit Customers & Reduce Churn

A version of this article previously appeared in Forbes. Businesses typically use LinkedIn to recruit employees. However, savvy startups can leverage LinkedIn to create a […] The post This Startup Hacked LinkedIn To Recruit Customers &
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An insurance company is subsidizing Apple Watches for its customers

From: Mashable By Emma Hinchliffe Recommended by: Mashable BEIJING, CHINA - 2016/07/27: Apple watch for sale in an Apple shop. Image: zhang peng/LightRocket via Getty ImagesWearables are moving into health insurance.Aetna will be
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What Wells Fargos 185 million settlement may mean for you

From: Mashable By NerdWallet Recommended by: Mashable In this July 14, 2014, file photo, a man passes by a Wells Fargo bank office in Oakland, Calif. Photo Image: AP/Ben MargotWho would expect a bank, rather than some shadowy
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Connecting with customers by leveraging Internet of Things in retail

From:   By: Alagu Balaraman Via: Connecting with
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Making hyper-local work

From: Buisness-standard By Ritwik Sharma