Tackling Start-up Goals with the NFL
The 2008 Super Bowl in Glendale, Ariz., is still more than a week away, but the NFL has already organized a blockbuster event -- for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
The NFL, Sprint and the Arizona Playbook Partners have teamed up for a four-workshop business development series geared toward helping up-and-coming business leaders develop new business strategies, multicultural marketing campaigns, and integrate new technologies into the workplace.
The fourth and final workshop, entitled "Communication, Technology & Innovation," will take place Thursday, Jan. 24, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Glendale Civic Center in Glendale, Ariz.
Go to www.superbowlbiz.com/workshop4.html to RSVP for the final event.
Recruiting Made Simple
Recruiters and human resource professionals can now access an expansive compilation of various job board resources with the AIRS' release of its fourth annual directory.
The 2008 Job Board & Recruiting Technology Directory strives to eliminate some of the guesswork in choosing job boards on which to recruit.
"Our goal is to give recruiters comprehensive resources that allow them to do their job quickly and efficiently," said Chris Forman, CEO of AIRS, in a statement.
Visit www.airsdirectory.com to download the directory for free.
Securing Your Business, Day and Night
With the impending release of two new security cameras from Zonet, small business owners will have the luxury of monitoring their business whether they're physically there or not, during the day or night.
The 7630 model and its 7630W wireless counterpart both include night-vision enhancements, microphones for audio capabilities, and their own IP addresses and built-in web servers so they can be remotely accessed from any standard Web browser.
The suggested retail prices are $220 and $320 respectively. For more information on the IP cameras, visit www.zonetusa.com and click on the "Where to Buy" section.
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