Many Alternative-Energy Solutions Lack Aesthetic Appeal

Untitled Document By Rachel Ward With the mainstream public’s perception and what were once touted as radical environmental views reconciling on the importance of energy and natural resource conservation, why aren’t more homeowners electing to renovate in environmentally-friendly ways? Could it possibly be due to do with the fact many of the newest in environmentally more »

Public Speaking

By Sarah Gallop As 2007 comes to an end, most of us are spending time with family, taking time off and getting excited about Starbucks’ newest holiday fare (have you tried the peppermint lattes?!). This season, however, I encourage you to think about development initiatives to jump start business in 2008. From newsletters to word-of-mouth, more »

Living in China

By Cameron Cook If you think China is dirty, smelly, and polluted then you are right! However, for me, moving to China for 15 months to receive a crash course in product development has been the best thing for my career thus far. Having grown up in the furniture industry and worked for a public more »