You are part of a team. Whether that team is in one office or spread across time zones and countries, the requirement is the same: work together and get the job done. Team collaboration software should be simple to use and immediately helpful for getting the job done. We want teams everywhere to get the most out of their time and effort. That’s why we want you to sign up for Glip. To sweeten the deal, we will enter you to win an Apple Watch just for signing up! Glip is your team's destination for planning, sharing, and organizing work. We designed Glip so that teams can jump right

brand ambassador
A brand ambassador is a spokesperson for your company. They should be knowledgeable about your product or service, enthusiastic to talk about it, and their opinions should hold sway over your intended customer base. Not only that, but a good brand ambassador represents the culture and values of your company in a way that a logo or a mission statement never could. Therefore, you should be careful when choosing your brand ambassador, as that person can easily become the face and voice of your company. For many years, celebrities have acted as de facto brand ambassadors for companies, but the term only recently came into popularity to

no longer a startup
When you picture a startup what do you see? Possibly, a vibrant colourful open-plan office, with quirky office additions such as ping pong tables, foosball and maybe an office dog. Or maybe you see a small dingy office basement, with a group of workers hacking away at trying to make their idea a reality with limited funds to see them through. These are both realities of starting up a business, whether they aim to grow through bankrolled investments or struggle organically to uncertain success. However, at what point does a startup stop being called a startup to being called officially a fully-fledged business? For one, startups

affordable care act
With the recent implementation of the Affordable Care Act, many Americans have been left wondering exactly how these new laws and mandates will affect their taxes. Unfortunately, choosing to simply ignore the new law will require you and your family to pay a penalty to the government, beginning at either $95 or 1.0% of your total income per person in 2014. These penalties are only expected to increase, so it is important that you fully understand the requirements of the Affordable Care Act and how these mandates will affect your taxes in the future. 1) Possible Tax Credits The Affordable Care Act acknowledged that mandating health


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