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6 experts discuss how to use AI to grow your business and at the same time, create enterprise value — more productivity and revenue Using AI to grow your business and create enterprise value image

Organisation’s can use AI to grow their business, as long as they bring everyone on the journey.

Investing in AI can help a business grow, while generating enterprise value.

In this article, six experts provide their advice on how businesses can use AI to improve their business and products.

Enterprise value

“Businesses that deploy AI can expect sales growth through more precisely targeted and relevant customer engagements, more rapid scalability across business operations and greater productivity,” says John Michaelis, an expert in the practical aspects of using AI and an experienced business consultant. He is also an active angel investor and board advisor for early-stage AI companies.

He provides three essential tips for using AI to grow your business and generate enterprise value.

1. AI learns

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When it comes to pitching, the odds often seem stacked against startups. Investors reportedly look at pitch decks for only 3 minutes and 44 seconds, and for every 1,000 pitches an investor hears, they only fund 100 companies. But investors aren’t in short supply, so there has to be another reason why the window of opportunity is so slim. What if the problem is how founders are telling their startup story?

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Think back to when you were a kid. What were the stories that engaged you most? Had you sat upright on your bed, wide eyed, and pleading for your parents to keep reading? Probably the ones that had a strong main character, a detailed background, and were just short enough to get your full attention. In many ways, the best investor pitches have the same traits. 


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Here’s how to create the perfect

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In his speech on September 26, 2020, on the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations, Prime Minister Modi said: “I am confident that on the occasion of its 75th anniversary, the United Nations and its member countries will endeavour with a strong commitment to maintaining the relevance of this great institution. Stability in the United Nations and empowerment of the United Nations are essential for the welfare of the world.”

The United Nations is expected to provide global public goods ranging from security, welfare and development to prevention of terrorism and management of climate change. For that purpose, it needs a stable source of funding.

At present, its funding system is weak, preventing it from delivering effectively on its duty. If the Government of India really wants empowerment of the United Nations, it has to come forward with some proposals to strengthen its financial capability.

Here we

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COVID-19 has completely transformed the way we interact with our community due to the safe distance measures that we must respect to mitigate the spread of SASRCov2 . This has meant that actors, brands and content creators use social networks to keep in touch with their consumers. According to the most recent Global Report on the State of Small Businesses , in Mexico, 35% of businesses that are closed are establishing an online presence.

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However, this activity is not enough to maintain cash flow in business. Given this, Facebook launched online payment events in 20 countries, a tool that allows page owners to create and organize an event , set a price, promote it, collect payment from interested people and broadcast it live. Everything from one place. This tool like this can help, for example, those businesses that offer live entertainment or classes, digitize their offer, expand their

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BAY CITY, MI – Bay City’s South End is one step closer to becoming the new home of a state-of-the-art marijuana growing facility that promises to bring about 100 jobs to the area.

On Monday, Oct. 5, the Bay City Commission approved an Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption Certificate application for Shango Park Bay City Inc. to allow the company to rehabilitate a vacant 24,800-square-foot building located at 1601 Garfield. The approved IFT is for the total amount of $7 million for 12 years.

Shango’s proposed plan involves turning the empty building and its 5-acre property into a mixed-use facility for marijuana cultivation, processing and storage, with the possibility for corporate offices. The existing structure will primarily be used for cultivation and offices while additions are planned to include a bakery and extraction lab.

Construction is slated to start in Fall of 2020, with the first phase of construction estimated to

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It’s likely you’ve experienced an exciting work change — a new role, a promotion, or even an entire vocational transition. In 2020, however, COVID-19 has drastically increased the not-so-happy job shifts such as furloughs and layoffs — simultaneously disrupting people’s careers around the globe.

If your position has been a coronavirus casualty, take a deep breath and read on for doable tips from local experts on writing a cover letter and resume that will get you back in business.

Resumes are still relevant

Years ago we searched the want ads in the local newspaper and mailed our job applications (or… just imagine… dropped them off in person). Today, the search and submittal process has gone completely online, as have the

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While it’s never been more clear how much is out of our control, you can still take steps to improve your financial stability. And it’s not just about cash flow.


Financial stability is both a state of money and a state of mind, says Ed Coambs, a certified financial planner and certified financial therapist near Charlotte, North Carolina.

On the money side, stability is straightforward. “You have a budget, you know where your money is going, and you know how much you should be saving to meet your bigger goals,” Coambs says.

“What’s a little harder is

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These days, every business needs a web presence. But not everyone is so technical. For designers, that’s great. They can earn a pretty penny by building websites for entrepreneurs on a freelance basis. However, that’s expensive for entrepreneurs. Something has to give. Blueprints Website Builder by Bootstraptor solves problems for both entrepreneurs in need of a website and graphic designers who need an expedited workflow.

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This seamless prototyping tool allows you to put together websites at warp speed, regardless of your coding expertise. With more than 500 ready-made blocks, 200 prototype starter templates, and 30 navigation panels, you can burn through wire-framing a website in absolutely no time. If you don’t know any code, you can easily just drag-and-drop elements to build your website. If you do know code, you can easily add elements and improve website usability within the interface.


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On Friday, October 2, Congressmen Lou Correa (D-CA) and Ted Budd (R-NC) introduced the bipartisan Online Accessibility Act, which creates guidance to help businesses ensure their website is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This bill will increase website accessibility and reduce predatory lawsuits filed against businesses.

Rep. Lou Correa said, “A predictable regulatory environment is critical for small businesses. Unfortunately, when it comes to website compliance, these regulations aren’t clearly defined. This bill ensures that small businesses know what they need to do to be ADA compliant. It’s a simple, bipartisan, and common-sense solution that will put this problem behind us.”

Rep. Budd said, “Last year, over 2,000 website accessibility lawsuits were filed by plaintiffs alleging that certain websites were not ADA compliant. This bill solves the problem by providing guidance to businesses on how to bring their websites into compliance. If our bill is passed, job-creators

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Business plans have certainly changed throughout the years. Not too long ago, a business plan required you to spend hours doing market research and slowly plotting out your business trajectory. You would have to take data from several sources and do your own legwork. Now you don’t necessarily have to do all that work to put together a business plan. In fact, many entrepreneurs entirely dispense with the idea of a business plan, while others prioritize flexibility and the ability to pivot instead of sticking to a script.

Regardless of how you intend to create your business plan, having one – or at least a rough sketch – is an essential step toward success. Business plans are a road map for how the business should grow and develop over time. A business needs to have a clear-cut direction; otherwise, it becomes impossible to make decisions that lead the company to

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