How Cambodia’s Startups Are Shifting From Bootstrapping To Angels

How Cambodia’s Startups Are Shifting From Bootstrapping To Angels

In 2011, Cambodian entrepreneur Ear Uy and a few partners founded Sabay Osja Co., Ltd. with the goal of creating video games. They had an idea for their first project, and knew they wanted to release it before Christmas. The...
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Make Marketing Matter: How to Boost Your Strategic Position

Make Marketing Matter: How to Boost Your Strategic Position

As a marketing leader, you understand how critical your function is to the success of your business, yet it’s common to feel like you’re swimming upstream to get your task leadership fully invested. You’re not alone! Many of today’s mar...
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How to Keep Payment Fees Low for Your Small Business

How to Keep Payment Fees Low for Your Small Business

The best part of business is getting paid, but getting paid isn’t always as easy or simple as it should be. In addition to figuring out the logistics of how to get paid, you may have to pay multiple vendors...
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Sound the Alarms: How Small-Business Owners Can Prepare for Hurricane Season

Sound the Alarms: How Small-Business Owners Can Prepare for Hurricane Season

With hurricane season underway, at-risk small businesses need to make sure they have a response plan in place that helps mitigate potential damages. Unfortunately, many small companies don’t come close to checking the boxes for hurricane readiness. And this ...
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‘The Party’s Over’: How GST Will Impact Those Who Don’t Pay Taxes

‘The Party’s Over’: How GST Will Impact Those Who Don’t Pay Taxes

New Delhi: Rakesh Sachdeva sells auto parts in a busy market in central Delhi, just a few miles from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office. Yet despite having a flourishing business he does not pay any tax. Until now, his rundown...
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First Toyota, now Nissan: Automakers diverge on how fast to deploy automatic braking

First Toyota, now Nissan: Automakers diverge on how fast to deploy automatic braking

Big automakers are rushing to launch self-driving cars as early as 2021, but the industry’s major players are moving slowly when it comes to widespread deployment of a less expensive crash prevention technology that regulators say could prevent thousands of....
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