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Looking Back Upon Success: The Back Story

If there is a common theme among the back stories for our entrepreneurs, it is that the back stories are never quite the same.  Surely, by looking back, you can find some common themes, but overall, each entrepreneur had different reasons for starting their business.  Some of the reasons the various entrepreneurs we have written […]

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Looking Back Upon Success: The Big Picture and the Quick Take

A little over a year ago, K Squared Communications decided it was time to look at some of the fantastic people we had worked with over the years, and to reach out to other entrepreneurs we wanted to know better.  The idea quickly grew from there as we soon were interviewing and talking to successful […]

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Jennifer Vecchi from Atlas Travel’s Meetings + Incentives Discusses Why Employees Should Enjoy Their Jobs

Jennifer Vecchi, from Atlas Travel’s Meetings + Incentives division writes for TLNT.com, an HR-related online magazine.  In this instance, she is writing about how employees should actually enjoy their jobs, and how employers can help with that. Click HERE to read the full article at TLNT.com

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Exploring New Opportunities: What We Can Learn from His Side of the Desk

Jacob Sitati, Managing Principal, Maurice + Fischer Be Confident. Be confident in what you can do with your company.  If you are not confident and willing to tout what you can do differently from every other company, then people will not want to work with you.  He recently got that large utility company to sign […]

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Exploring New Opportunities: The Back Story

Jacob Sitati, Managing Principal, Maurice + Fischer Jacob came to the United States from Kenya in 1997 on a full academic scholarship and attended Hope College, John Marshall Law School and Valparaiso University.  Jacob studied Economics and Political Science, Information Privacy and Technology Law and International Commerce and Policy. He also worked in labor and […]

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Exploring New Opportunities: The Big Picture and the Quick Take

Jacob Sitati, Managing Principal, Maurice + Fischer Jacob Sitati has a vision is to bring business to emerging world markets, such as his native Kenya.  His work with Maurice + Fischer helps companies looking for new opportunities to open up businesses across Africa, bringing jobs, modernization and hope to areas that need it.   The […]

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Printing Green: The Big Picture and The Quick Take

Marilyn Jones, Founder, Consolidated Printing In 1973 Marilyn Jones founded Consolidated Printing.  Named Illinois’ first “Great Printer” by the Environmental Protection Agency, Consolidating Printing maybe be the only printer on the planet to offer 100% toxin-free printing.   The Quick Take: Best Advice: Nothing is impossible.  Don’t allow anyone to tell you it can’t be […]

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The Tale of the Dueling Ks: What we can learn from her side of the desk

Kate Koziol, President, K Squared Communications Tell the story.  Whether it is a presentation, a business pitch or a press release, what is the point you want to get across?  Using a story can help the audience have a hook that they can use to remember the message. Work and play well with others.  This […]

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The Tale of the Dueling Ks: The Back Story

Kate Koziol, President, K Squared Communications Do you remember where you were on March 19, 2003?  Kate does because she was at the White House accepting the “Woman Owned Business Star” award from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council and it was the day that the U.S. attacked Iraq.  While it was an honor to […]

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The Tale of the Dueling Ks: The Big Picture and The Quick Take

Kate Koziol, President, K Squared Communications Kate Koziol was beaten (at Scrabble) repeatedly as a young child, so after she memorized a few zillion words, she needed somewhere to use them.  She founded K Squared Communications to help companies by communicating to the right audiences in the best way at the perfect time.   The […]

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