“Many…businesses pay their overseas vendors in the local currency. But not all business owners have the time or expertise to figure out how to avoid being hit by a sudden change in the exchange rate.” – Suzanne Sataline, New York Times
In a time when mobile rules and content is king, online advertising is growing at an unbelievable pace. To help guide businesses through this continuously evolving space, the Interactive Advertising Bureau launched the Long Tail Alliance. This initiative aims to support the work of small- to medium-sized online publishers and provide them a space to connect and learn from each other while also driving advocacy programs on their behalf in Washington, DC.
Frankfurt, Germany, traditionally known for housing a plethora of large-scale businesses, is also a rapidly growing hotspot for young companies and entrepreneurs, particularly those interested in launching B2B startups.
In a recent interview, Royal Dutch Shell CEO Peter Voser cited strategic partnerships as a major growth strategy. Today companies of all sizes are making alliances a centerpiece of corporate strategy, committing more resources and talent than ever before to developing and managing partnerships.
On Monday morning October 21st Powerlinx had the great honor to be a part of the opening bell ceremony at the New York Stock Exchange, in collaboration with the America Israel Friendship League. The morning included speeches by a number of exceptionally promising companies with strong Israel connections based in NYC’s Silicon Alley, Powerlinx included, as well as the “ringing” of the opening bell.