Tag: CEOs

Earned Media Opportunities Gained Through Press Release Distribution Yield Big Value for CEOs and Business Leaders

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SARASOTA, Fla. – October 13, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

PressRelease.com is helping CEOs and business leaders acquire new earned media opportunities that can help grow web traffic, search ranking, and overall sales via simple and cost-effective wire distribution. Through smart press release distribution, utilizing the right message at the right time for precise targeting, a number of PressRelease.com customers have already gained earned media opportunities which are a valuable resource for becoming recognized within a particular industry.

“Earned media has always been a valuable resource, but has since grown in importance since businesses have been so heavily impacted by COVID-19,” says Erik Rohrmann, COO at PressRelease.com. “Getting earned media mentions goes a long way towards building a reputation, an online audience, as well as recognition from influential media professionals;

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CEOs and Business Owners are Using PressRelease.com to Announce Ecommerce Integration Amid Business Restrictions

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SARASOTA, Fla. – October 12, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

CEOs and business owners are turning to low-cost press release distribution with PressRelease.com to announce new ecommerce initiatives to supplement revenue amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The disruption of everyday business has caused a number of organizations to incorporate ecommerce into their existing business model to help earn more business to weather the storm, and PressRelease.com is helping those organizations announce those initiatives on some of the most prominent business networks.

“Finding a way to adapt a business to incorporate ecommerce or online aspects is a challenge that many business owners will need to face if they plan to continue moving forward,” says Erik Rohrmann, COO at PressRelease.com. “It’s enough of a challenge, so when business leaders come up with a plan,

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Business Coaching Company Announces Virtual Personal Development Event for Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Small Business Owners and CEOs

MOORESVILLE, N.C., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — David Neagle’s Life Is Now Inc., a global business coaching company, has recently announced its virtual Art of Success Summit to be held October 20th to the 22nd. This three-day, live streamed seminar is for entrepreneurs, consultants, small business owners and CEOs who want to not only learn how to adapt to this changing world but, thrive in it.

“Our world is in a time of change like we have never seen before, and it’s requiring entrepreneurs and business owners to step up to a level of mindset and action and be able to adapt to the changes that are happening”, said David Neagle, President at Life Is Now Inc.

Neagle continued, “my goal for the Art of Success Summit is to help struggling small business owners who are frustrated, worried, and overwhelmed to be confident and in control of their

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CEOs Are Working With PressRelease.com to Easily Plan a Consistent, Cost-Effective Press Release Campaign Strategy

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SARASOTA, Fla. – October 8, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

For CEOs leading and navigating their organizations through a post-COVID economy, there can be a lot to manage. PressRelease.com developed its wire distribution solutions to serve the needs of CEOs by providing an easy-to-use, affordable press release distribution service that can help them grow online visibility, improve online search performance, and get recognition within their respective industry.

“PressRelease.com was designed to help leaders get the job of implementing a media and marketing strategy done quickly and easily,” says Erik Rohrmann, COO at PressRelease.com. “With everything going on in the current state of the economy, things like media outreach and media and marketing initiatives can often get overlooked. With PressRelease.com, campaigns can be easily planned well in advance to ensure consistent business

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Masters of Scale: CEO’s of Zscaler, NexTech AR, Zoom, and Slack Driving Explosive Revenue Growth

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Wall Street Reporter, the trusted name in financial news since 1843, has published reports on the latest comments and insights from tech leaders at: Zscaler (NASDAQ: ZS), NexTech AR (OTC: NEXCF) (CSE: NTAR), Zoom Video (NASDAQ:ZM), and Slack Technologies (NYSE:WORK).

2020 is emerging as the pivotal year, with a new generation of tech leaders breaking off from the pack with scaling revenue growth. Accelerating digital transformation is driving record growth, in the cloud, big data, and digital connectivity. Wall Street Reporter highlights the latest comments from tech leaders, who are taking full advantage of these tailwinds, and positioning their companies for massive growth opportunities, ahead.

Zscaler, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZS) CEO Jay Chaudhry: “2020 a Pivotal Year – Incredible Growth Opportunity Ahead”

“…In Q4, we delivered growth of

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What a dream retirement plan looks like for 10 of the richest CEOs in America

It’s hard to imagine the world’s richest CEOs stepping down from their empires.

For some, like Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett, they can’t imagine it either. For others, like Bill Gates, handing over the reins wasn’t so hard to do.

With billions of dollars to their name and a behemoth company under their wing, a bigwig CEO’s retirement might look a little different than the norm, whether it’s prolonged working or a life of leisure.

But that’s not to say their retirement plans can’t inspire your own golden years.

Here, 10 of the world’s richest CEOs on what a dream retirement looks like to them — and what lessons you can steal from those ideas.

Jeff Bezos dreams of being a bartender.
Jeff Bezos

Net worth: $176.8 billion

Position: CEO of Amazon

When once asked what he’d be doing if he wasn’t ‘Jeff Bezos,’ Bezos said, “I have

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What CEOs want in a CIO: A strategic business partner

For years we’ve heard that change is constant in business. But now it’s more than just constant; it’s accelerating. While you can find plenty of articles that talk about how hard it is to lead organizational change, this environment couldn’t be better for CIOs, especially the ones who are ready to show up differently and unlock strategic value for the business.

A recent Deloitte study finds that CEOs are looking for CIOs to step up as strategic business partners who will shepherd the organization through these ongoing cycles of accelerating transformation and disruption. They know that technology will play an increasingly important role in driving business strategy and performance going forward. Indeed, 93% of CEO respondents to the Deloitte survey say that technology is important in driving product and service innovation and 90% say technology is important for delivering top-line growth (compared to 82% and 83% of CIOs, respectively). With

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CEOs with uncommon names tend to implement unconventional strategies

HOUSTON – (Sept. 8, 2020) – If you’re looking for an unconventional approach to doing business, select a CEO with an uncommon name, according to new research co-authored by an expert at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business.

“Using 19 years of data on 1,172 public firms, we show that firms’ distinctive strategies are systematically linked to their CEOs’ uncommon names,” wrote co-authors Yan Anthea Zhang, the Fayez Sarofim Vanguard Professor of Strategy at the Jones School, and Yungu Kang and David H. Zhu of Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.

Past studies have examined how organizational outcomes are associated with leadership personalities, values, experiences and demographic characteristics, but not CEO’s names — “one of the most fundamental attributes,” the authors argue. A person’s name influences their behavior, cognition and sense of self, according to the paper.

“Studies suggest that individuals with uncommon names tend to have

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