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Jul 28

Come dare istruzioni e restituire commenti efficaci - Nuovo e utile | Teorie e pratiche della creatività. -

considerate che dare istruzioni è una delle capacità più strategiche e sottovalutate di chi gestisce gruppi, governa processi e prende decisioni, in qualsiasi impresa o organizzazione. E fate del vostro meglio per dare istruzioni chiare, ordinate, complete ed esaurienti, corredate di tutte le informazioni necessarie. - See more at: http://nuovoeutile.it/dare-istruzioni/#sthash.w0qNcoSX.dpuf

Jul 26

How Google’s New Font Tries to Anticipate the Future

http://www.wired.com/2014/07/how-googles-new-font-tries-to-anticipate-the-future/

How Google’s New Font Tries to Anticipate the Future

http://www.wired.com/2014/07/how-googles-new-font-tries-to-anticipate-the-future/

Jul 21

The Best Tech Company Logos - Business Insider -

A good logo can help skyrocket a company’s name-brand recognition and success. (A bad one, on the other hand, can embarrass it).

Jul 19

The Best Tech Company Logos - Business Insider -

A good logo can help skyrocket a company’s name-brand recognition and success. (A bad one, on the other hand, can embarrass it).

Jul 08

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Jun 25

(via The 15 Worst Corporate Logo Fails - Business Insider)

(via The 15 Worst Corporate Logo Fails - Business Insider)

Jun 22

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emergentfutures:

Food Startups Are Riding A VC Gravy Train


Investments in food-related startups, from delivery services to new restaurant chains to new types of foods and additives, have raised unprecedented amounts of cash in the most recent quarter, as investors dug in to the food business.
Food companies raised $89 million in the second quarter of this year alone and have raised nearly $350 million since the second quarter of 2013, the strongest performance for the category over the past five years, according to CrunchBase data (does not include food-delivery deals).


Full Story: TechCrunch

emergentfutures:

Food Startups Are Riding A VC Gravy Train

Investments in food-related startups, from delivery services to new restaurant chains to new types of foods and additives, have raised unprecedented amounts of cash in the most recent quarter, as investors dug in to the food business.

Food companies raised $89 million in the second quarter of this year alone and have raised nearly $350 million since the second quarter of 2013, the strongest performance for the category over the past five years, according to CrunchBase data (does not include food-delivery deals).

Full Story: TechCrunch

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