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5 Tips for Building a Successful Startup

By Sandro Olivieri, AT&T Aspire Accelerator Entrepreneur-in-Residence
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I come from a family of educators, but I am not one myself.

When I started as the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the AT&T Aspire Accelerator focused on ed-tech, I had a small case of imposter syndrome. Sure, I’d worked in technology for my entire career, but what about the “ed” part of ed-tech? What did I know about education? How could I be taken seriously?

Generating Energy Revenue

by Joe Gomez, Head of Energy & Sustainability, CBRE EMEA
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Despite being fundamental to every industry, energy is often an afterthought in many operations. Relegating Energy Management to the edges of operational and cost efficiency considerations is leaving the opportunity to generate additional revenue and reduce spend, on the table.

Energy Management for Buildings Market to Grow by 19 Percent- Energy Minute For January 20, 2014

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January 20, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Revenues for the building energy management solutions market will grow by 19 percent over the next four years. That’s according to a forecast by TechSci Research, a market research firm. That projected double-digit rise will take place mostly in North America says the report, due to a combination of progressive government policies and a larger number of “smart” buildings.

GE CEO: Expects Clean-Technology Revenue Of $21 Billion This Year

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General Electric is becoming more renowned for its clean technology as revenues from the resulting innovations greatly increase and the world places more focus on the importance of nuclear energy. Here, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, discusses these topics in relation to GE.  

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General Electric is becoming more renowned for its clean technology as revenues from the resulting innovations greatly increase and the world places more focus on the importance of nuclear energy. Here, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, discusses these topics in relation to GE.  

Business Sustainability: The Foundation for Intelligent Growth in 2011

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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In what seems like an almost unrecognizable business environment from just a few years ago, our sustainability consulting practice finds executives are seeking action plans to capitalize on the positive economic growth outlook.  Focused on strategic planning and resource alignment, we find even the most eager executives still remain cautious.  Not wanting to repeat past mistakes, these business leaders often ask: what are the sustainable business growth

Evaluating Business Sustainability Return

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Metrics Connecting the Dots Between Business and Sustainability

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Are traditional business metrics and business sustainability measures distinctly different?  Should they be compartmentalized or brought under a common understanding?  Our sustainability consulting finds leading companies are adopting more comprehensive definitions of sustainability and business sustainability strategies that run consistently through all core business functions.  

Awareness to Action: Bridge the Sustainability Gap

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Whether in life or in business, the gap between awareness and action is often the biggest challenge in the implementation of any change.  In terms of business sustainability progress, the action step represents the single largest opportunity.  How do we translate the enormity of accelerated global eco awareness into true impactful business action? 

Sustainable Business Energy: Moving Past Initial Resistance

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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As anyone knows who has ever tried to start a car with a less than a fully charged battery, the energy required to make that initial engine crank is more than the energy required to keep the engine running.  Similar to business sustainability change, the effort required to get change initiated is often the greatest obstacle. 

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