Marketing iPad Apps
- Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders --The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly podcast seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
- Struggling Entrepreneur -- is a free podcast series that deals with the issues, challenges and problems of the individual who wants to be an entrepreneur, but who encounters a somewhat difficult path and appears to be struggling. However, this podcast series also addresses the opportunities that await an inspiring and dedicated individual who wants to be an entrepreneur, along with recommended resources. This podcast series will consist of both interviews of individuals who both struggled due to obstacles, but overcame them to become successful entrepreneurs. The stories from these individuals serve as lessons learned, templates for ?best practices? and models for the upcoming entrepreneur. In addition, resource lists will be provided each month for additional information to point the entrepreneur where more assistance and help can possibly be found.
- All American Entrepreneur -- podcast covers news on entrepreneurship, business building and government policy affecting business, and the only place where you can find the releases of Jim Houtz’s radio interviews on his new book “Grow the Entrepreneurial Dream: The Ultimate Guide to Business Success.” In his interviews, Jim Houtz simplifies and prioritizes the challenges faced by the American business owner. He also provides common sense solutions that are actionable by people who know how to take action… entrepreneurs! Together, the blog, podcast, books and Jim Houtz’s outspoken, but hopefully thoughtful demeanor pack the power America needs as a nation to move forward in this new century.
- Building a Business -- A lecture series of basic business skills, Building a Business covers good business practice with a focus on science entrepreneurship. It is designed around technological enterprise but most course material is relevant to general business practice.
- Start-Up Phase: Practical Factors -- Jerone Davis provides classroom instruction, case management, and consulting for English speaking clients at MAC. Jerone completed a BSEE from Northern Arizona University in 1992 and a MBA in Business Management from University of Phoenix in 2002, and is working on his Ph.D. in Education from Walden University. Jerone has reviewed hundreds of business plans and consulted with more than 150 businesses in the Tucson area.
- Yale Entrepreneurial Institute -- The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI) was formed to help undergraduate and graduate Yale students start scalable new ventures. The YEI Podcast series features talks given at the summer institute's leadership lecture series.
- Presentation Skills for New Ventures -- Randy Accetta is the “Mentor-in-Residence, Communication” at the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management. He has been teaching students new venture communication strategies for McGuire since 2007. Randy previously taught in the Business Communication Program, and has twice been named the Eller College of Management Teacher of the Year and twice received Innovative Teaching Awards.
- Entrepreneurship & Small Business -- With our economy’s recent flood of outsourcing and corporate crashes is small business the wave of the future? Across the world, people are looking to entrepreneurship as a force that can close the gap between poverty and prosperity. Study the nuts and bolts of being your own boss to mine the lessons of self-made failures and successes.
- Duke Entrepreneurship Education Series -- is a comprehensive program designed to introduce all Duke students – from both graduate and undergraduate schools – to the key concepts necessary for a future in entrepreneurship or venture capital.
- Square Register -- Square’s free card reader, free point of sale tools, and simple pricing make it easy for you to run your business from your counter or your pocket. Pay just 2.75% per swipe for all major credit cards—no merchant accounts or hidden fees. Funds from swiped payments are deposited into your bank account in 1-2 business days.
Fashion Marketing Apps:
- Set in Style -- showcases 65 of the 350 works on view at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York including jewels, timepieces, fashion accessories and objets d'art by Van Cleef & Arpels, many of which were created exclusively for the American market. Use the application to browse, share with friends and connect with the exhibition, which will examine the work through the lenses of innovation, transformation, nature as inspiration, exoticism, fashion and personalities.
- The Cut on the Runway -- See collections from New York, London, Paris, Milan; watch videos of shows; browse/search catwalk photos; rate the latest looks; and enjoy up-to-the-minute fashion news.
- Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising -- keeps you current with daily updates on great careers, the next generation of tastemakers, and an up close look at some of the most important – and dazzling – garments in fashion history.
- Fashion Trendtracker -- You can now access and share our fashion news, trends, catwalk show coverage and videos in large format and add content to your favorites. Our daily fashion news and trends keep you up to date with exciting fashion looks and styling our global trend spotters are seeing around the world, and of the latest looks in vogue this season, both on the runways and in street style.
- REALTOR.com - Real Estate Search -- Find more homes for sale on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch with REALTOR.com® – the #1 real estate site. REALTOR.com® has more listings and updates them more often (every 15 minutes) than any other site. Features include: map search, saved searches and listings synchronized with the website, private ratings and notes and the ability to share listings with your friends, agent and social network.
- Bar-Code -- scan barcodes and send codes by email, or save them for later use, or paste/copy codes into other apps.
- QR Scanner -- you can easily find out exactly what those little boxes say. No button to press! Just download the app, point the camera at a QR code and that's it! It'll automatically take you to a webpage so you never have to be annoyed by unnecessary alert messages. It's easy, and best of all it's free.