3 Reasons Why Apologizing Hurts Your Business

From Entrepreneur.com:

When things go wrong in your business, do you apologize? I’m not so sure that you should — at least not as much. Apologies change the dynamics of the relationships with your clients. The more that companies apologize, the less meaning it has. Apologies open the door for more costs.

“At what point does the consumer — your customer or client — step up and assume some responsibility here?


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Progress: A Discussion on Newark’s Thriving Renaissance

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

newarkOnTheRiseJoin us for a panel discussion on the dynamic changes happening in New Jersey’s largest city. We will hear from leaders in the tech, art, policy, and creative communities. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of this important conversation about Newark’s future. Come hear the following panelists; Emily Manz, from Have You Met Newark?, Evonne Davis of Gallery Aferro, Citi Medina from MEDINA=CITI, and Milly Silva of 1199 SEIU as they talk about the changes in Newark from their perspective!  The Panel will be moderated by Rashawn Davis, former Newark City COucil Candidate and youngest person to ever be certified on a ballot in Newark.

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