RedRover Sales & Marketing Strategy
Jun04

RedRover Sales & Marketing Strategy

Lori Turner-Wilson is the co-founder and CEO of RedRover Sales & Marketing Strategy. She’s the award-winning writer behind the popular syndicated “Guerrilla Sales & Marketing” weekly column, published locally in the Memphis Daily News, Nashville Ledger, and other Mid-South newspapers. Lori co-created RedRover with the vision of consistently delivering measurable, proven results for our clients – and that vision still drives...

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WOOF: Why Ordinary Organizations Fail by Lori Turner-Wilson
Jun04

WOOF: Why Ordinary Organizations Fail by Lori Turner-Wilson

Drive growth by creating a measurable sales and marketing strategy that’s grounded in research and generates a predictable return on investment. “Business owners and sales & marketing professionals in any industry can benefit from the information here. Read the information on advertising to rethink your current game and brainstorm some changes. Maybe the articles on cold calling could spur your sales team into...

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Mississippi Could be the Next Silicon Valley Could a state in the Deep South become the next Silicon Valley? by Samara Lynn
May26

Mississippi Could be the Next Silicon Valley Could a state in the Deep South become the next Silicon Valley? by Samara Lynn

It’s the birthplace of African Americans of incredible achievement including Oprah Winfrey, Morgan Freeman, Medgar Evers, and B.B. King. The Magnolia State may soon become a hotbed for technological innovation. There is a push to make Mississippi the “Silicon Valley of the South.” The effort is being spearheaded by Dr. Thomas O. Mensah—a Ghanaian-born chemical engineer and inventor who has done notable work in the areas of fiber...

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Here’s The Painful Truth About What It Means To Be ‘Working Poor’ In America
May20

Here’s The Painful Truth About What It Means To Be ‘Working Poor’ In America

In a nation that has long operated on the principle that an “American Dream” is available to anyone willing to try hard enough, the term “working poor” may seem to have a bright side. Sure, these individuals struggle financially, but they have jobs — the first and most essential step toward lifting oneself out of poverty, right? If only it were that simple. According to 2012 Census data, more than 7 percent of American workers...

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Cuyahoga Community College youth robotics team wins national championship
May20

Cuyahoga Community College youth robotics team wins national championship

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Students from Cuyahoga Community College’s Youth Technology Academy won the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship, an engineering skills showcase in St. Louis that drew 20,000 participants from around the world. The Tri-C team — comprising more than two dozen Cleveland Metropolitan School District students — joined with three other U.S. schools to form the winning alliance. They are the first Ohio team...

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