5 Ways To Network More Efficiently At Wordcamps

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Going to a local WordCamp can be an exciting way to learn the latest issues, releases, and technology affecting the web development sector. However, despite the many valuable talks at these events, one of the most important aspects of a WordCamp is the possibility for effective networking. If you are creating a web-based startup, a regional conference such as a WordCamp can be a great way to make new connections, secure funding, and find partners.
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3 Questions to Ask Before Renting a Man Lift

Posted on: 13 October 2016

Aerial lifts, also known as man lifts, are necessary in a variety of construction and industrial settings. But choosing the right one for the task at hand can be tricky if you don't know all the variables at play. Whether you need something for trimming trees, moving items in your warehouse, or repairing the side of a building, here are three questions to ask before renting a lift so you get the right piece of equipment and avoid accidents.
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This Mini Guide Will Make Your Furnace Installation Project Stress-Free

Posted on: 11 October 2016

In addition to the expense of a new furnace, the cost of having it installed by a professional can run you about $1,000 depending on exactly who you decide to hire. So it's a good idea to do some legwork and ensure that the contractor you choose for the job is the right fit for your needs and will help make the project stress-free. Use the following steps to make finding a contractor easy and to ensure that the installation process doesn't turn out to be full of stress:
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Want To Open A Car Dealership? 3 Surety Bond Questions Answered

Posted on: 6 October 2016

Whether your have always dreamed of opening an auto dealership due to a love of cars or you have just recently begun considering it due to the great money you can earn selling cars, you need to know all the steps to becoming a legal, licensed auto dealer. One important step in the process of opening your dealership (unless you live in Ohio, Vermont, or Delaware, which don't require them) is obtaining an auto dealer surety bond.
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