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Aspocomp Completed Change Negotiations in Finland

02/16/2024 | Aspocomp
Aspocomp Group Plc has concluded the change negotiations started on January 4, 2024, which concerned the company’s entire personnel in Finland, approximately 150 people.

Effectively Conveying Your Brand—and Your Message

02/07/2024 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
What is your brand and message, and why is this important? After 40 years running a business, I’ve learned the true core values of marketing and why it is critically important to any business success story. You must define and share your message, align your team, and stay in it for the long term. Here are several tips and examples to help you get there.

Sales and Marketing: Our Roundtable of Experts

02/06/2024 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
If you’ve ever heard of a product and thought about how it would work in your life, that’s the result of marketing. It’s a subtle yet powerful force in how business operates today. For this issue of SMT007 Magazine, we gathered some of the most widely recognized authorities on marketing and selling electronics manufacturing services. They explain the sales and marketing process and what it takes to be successful in today’s competitive climate—whether you’re on the giving or receiving end.

DesignCon: Suzanne Deffree Feeling Positive Energy

02/06/2024 | Marcy LaRont, PCB007 Magazine
On Tuesday, January 30, considered “day zero” of DesignCon 2024, I caught up with Suzanne Deffree, group event director, during the Samtec welcome reception. She gave me an update on the event, particularly the launch of an initiative called 40 Under 40, a years-long effort to enable the next generation of engineers, and their interest in sustainability. We also talked about Drive World, and the important new focus on electric vehicles.

It’s Only Common Sense: Involve Employees in Creating a Great Company Culture

02/05/2024 | Dan Beaulieu -- Column: It's Only Common Sense
We have come a long way from business executives like “Nuclear” Jack Welsh and Al “Chainsaw” Dunlap. Remember when old Milton Freidman declared that a business’ only obligation was to its holders or when employees were disposables (practically consumables)? Remember when people like Jack and Al were practically carried on the shoulders of Wall Street traders based on how many heads they had chopped off the week before? Oh, those were the days, my friend, we thought they’d never end. Well, they’re over. They are chipping Jack’s name off GE buildings, and Al is dead and buried both physically and in reputation.
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