Episode 148: How to strategize for the next quarter (century)

November 9, 2018 by  
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Featuring, three interviews on innovation — including one with CEO Aron Cramer — collected during the BSR gathering this week in New York.

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Episode 148: How to strategize for the next quarter (century)

We are the new Copernicans

November 9, 2018 by  
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We’re in the midst of another new revolution.

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Arteplas Recycled PET Ropes Divert Tons of Waste from Landfill

January 25, 2010 by  
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Images: Arteplas These days I don’t, alas, find myself at the outdoor trade shows I use to haunt. So I live vicariously through other reports. Here’s the first from the recent Outdoor Retailer Winter Market held in Salt Lake City Utah

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Slow Walking for Slow Down London

January 25, 2010 by  
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Slow Listening in a park Slow Down London is a lovely little project which encourages Londoners to slow down and look at the speed of life. One aspect is the Slow Club , an 8 week course with tasks to be done and Sunday’s was a slow walk around the Kyoto Gardens in London’s Holland Park. A delight for the eye and a wake-up to the senses.

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It’s raining, It’s pouring in California…but the drought isn’t over yet

January 25, 2010 by  
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San Lorenzo River after the Storm photo via spicycarrots.com It is no secret to residents that California has been hit with storms and nearly consistent rain all week. These gray and wet skies can be attributed to the weather phenomena known as El Niño.

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The Real Kindle Killer May Be the iPhone

November 2, 2009 by  
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Image via Flurry We’ve seen a rash of me e-readers coming out lately, including one that claims to be a Kindle killer- Barnes & Noble’s Nook . However, the iPhone just might be a device for Kindle to really keep an eye on as a competitor.

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Living Without Cash for a Year: Hypocrisy or Heroism?

November 2, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Enterprise UK When I wrote about 5 things I hate about America (in my defense, I also wrote 5 things I love about America !), I lamented a lack of entrepreneurialism or initiative in the UK. But generalizations are almost always dangerous.

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