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    In an exclusive Q&A, CB Insights Co-Founder and CEO Anand Sanwal shares the story of how his private market intelligence firm has become the go-to source for key information used by VC firms and corporations to help them make critical strategic decisions – and perhaps uncover the next big disruptor.
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    Differentiation makes the difference for those who want to be known as their company’s most valuable employee – and the one on the fast track for advancement. These ways to set your self apart from others can help you get there.
  • Agent Success with Call Marketing
    BoldPenguin, a new company that promotes and fosters human interactions using modern-day technology and mediums, will be speaking and presenting at Contact, an upcoming conference and expo in San Francisco focused solely on call marketing.
  • Keys to financially empower women
    A top female producer affiliated with Ohio National Financial Services shares some of her best practices for building strong, lasting relationships with women clients.
  • ‘Feeding Frenzy’ among IMOs looking to sign insurance-only agents ahead of DOL implementation
    Topic one of several addressed during recent Brokers International forum on DOL ramifications and how to best support agents who by April 10 could be operating under the DOL rule with turnkey solutions and guidance.
  • Why more advisors are turning to a holistic retirement planning approach
    A new report from IRI concludes that holistic planning with a focus on income-generating strategies will help advisors address a demographic-driven growing demand for lifetime income.
  • Why companies can’t get marketing right
    Marketing fails when it doesn’t turn prospective buyers into believers. What will make marketing work, and what should a company do to get its marketing on the right track and keep it there? The answer is in asking the right questions.
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