Posts Tagged ‘Joe Stradinger’

Social media marketing allows casinos to give – and take

BILOXI, Mississippi — You can be sure the casino industry knows a good bet when it sees one. And perhaps the most valuable tool to help revive a sluggish gaming industry in Mississippi is marketing through social media. “We look at social media, and there are a lot of different ways to approach it,” Brian […] [...]

Saving on travel expenses via technology — Solutions better, easier, cheaper

What does Iran have to do with Mississippi? Controversy over the country’s nuclear program has caused oil prices to rise again. When oil prices spike, gasoline prices do, too, and that means higher travel expenses for businesses nationwide. Mississippi businesses are increasingly saving on travel costs by embracing web and video conferencing technologies. They are […] [...]

Get on the social media train … or get left behind

by Amy McCullough Published: February 27,2011

Tags: Facebook, Joe Stradinger, LeAnne Gault, Quora, Twitter, Viking, YouTube

Following a meeting at the Facebook headquarters in California, Joe Stradinger sat down at his computer and implemented a new feature called Facebook Stories to the Viking Range fan page. Following a meeting at the Facebook headquarters in California, Joe Stradinger sat down at his computer and made a small change to Viking’s use of […] [...]

Stradinger leverages lean principles for new start-up

by Martin Willoughby Published: July 18,2010

Tags: Joe Options, Joe Stradinger, Martin Willoughby, MBJ column, MISSISSIPPI BUSINESS

     A new concept is quickly emanating out of Silicon Valley that could have a big impact both on entrepreneurs creating new start-ups and big companies considering new ventures.  The idea, known as a “lean start-up,” was coined by serial entrepreneur Eric Ries and is being evangelized by Ries and Steve Blank, a serial […] [...]

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