Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-22

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Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-21

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  • Just added a new event on ic knowledge center: webinar on How to Grow a Service Business http://t.co/thDIL3nU #

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Learn how to grow a service business using IC concepts

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Trek principals Mike Oleksak and Mary Adams will be featured guest on a webinar by the Exit Planning Institute:

“ASK THE EXPERTS – INTERVIEWS WITH VETERANS OF THE EXIT PLANNING PROCESS”

Topic: “How to Grow a Service Business”

When: Thursday, January 12, 2012, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CST (Chicago time)

Featured Guests: Mike Oleksak and Mary Adams

Key Learning Objectives include:

  •  How to identify current value of tangible assets
  •  How to establish a game plan for growth
  •  How to measure progress towards stated goals
  •  How to prepare for the owner’s exit

Price: This webinar is complimentary

Visit EPI for more information and to register.

Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-20

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Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-15

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Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-14

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  • http://t.co/1Z4eU1tj Tim – Here it is:… #
  • http://t.co/Im6M0eOT The justification for IP is that it provides an incentive for investment in new ideas. Are you saying that is no… #
  • I'm thrilled to see sustainability taking hold http://t.co/XbVtUzwf But sad to see it only focusing externally. Corp need sustainable IC too #
  • http://t.co/rR5uhBCg Jonathan – Sorry for the confusion. I was responding to Philippe. I think he is saying that the reassessment you… #
  • At least that much! RT @IPXI: More than $1 trillion is invested annually in the creation of intangible assets. …and more than for tangible #

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Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-09

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  • http://t.co/4tDFsW70 What's the lesson here? Should Apple have agreed to a license fee rather than trying to own the trademark (then the… #

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Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-12-03

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Act like the recession is over

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It’s been a tough run for us all over the last few years. From the time in mid-2008 when we saw the recession hitting until now, we’ve lived through challenging times with quite a few of our clients.

Of course technically, the recession is over. But there is still plenty of bad news that gives us all pause every day. Still, the truth is that this year was pretty good for most companies. A number of our clients have had double-digit growth and have good outlooks for next year.

But it hasn’t been easy. And what worked in the past won’t work now. Here are a couple ideas to help you chart a new course: Read more

Intangible Capital Reading List on Twitter for 2011-11-29

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  • This is a very powerful use of IC concepts to think strategically RT @OISPG: Unlocking the Digital Future thro… (cont) http://t.co/nZn3wmZi #
  • I agree! RT @onderus: intellectual capital is the most important thing for a company, for a city and for a country. #

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