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Update from the North Pole
Famous Reindeer Terminated
The recent announcement that Donner and Blitzen have elected to take the early reindeer retirement package has triggered a good deal of concern about whether they will be replaced, and about other restructuring decisions at the North Pole.
Middle Of The Decade Already: What Have You Done?
by Brent Holliday
If you haven't figured it out already, let me be the first to give you the shocking news: you are half way through the first decade of the 21st century. Halfway. Only five more years and we will be looking at New Year's Eve 2010.
Why Technology Companies Take So Long To Get Their Sales and Marketing Right...If They Ever Do
by Tom O'Flaherty
It is a common lament especially among potential investors. Have they sold anything yet? How many? Did someone actually pay? Can they do it again? And again? Why can't they keep sales people? Have you seen the loser who they have running sales?
So What's Wrong with Vancouver Anyway?
by Julie Clark
At a recent technology event, a man in the audience of approximately sixty people commented that our mission is and should continue to be the growth of Vancouver as a business center, not just a technology town. He continued to speak, talking of his own reluctance to come to Vancouver three years ago. The man turned out to be Gabe Batstone, General Manager Product Knowledge Management at Vancouver-based NGRAIN. Intrigued by his off-the-cuff comments, we followed up to learn more about Gabe, his strategy for NGRAIN and what he really thinks about Vancouver.
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