By WSJ’s Small Organization Team Off the road: Salespeople whom hit the road to satisfy prospects face-to-face are becoming uncommon, changed with a mixture of e-mail, telephone, texting, social media, plus internet conferencing, analysis shows. Inc.com. Real success: How fact TV helped a 30-year-old “Bachelor” kick-start his business wine label. Entrepreneur.com. Religious reasons: Orthodox Jewish founders of the food firm produced the choice to create their cuisine non-kosher, meaning they cannot sample much of what they sell. Forbes. Russia rising: In Russia, innovation is stymied by the state, that uses would-be inventors plus owns all next intellectual property plus patents. However legislation expected to become law inside 2013 can transform the entrepreneurial sector by granting IP to people inventors. Mashable.com. Brewing up jobs: How ale creator Samuel Adams partnered with a micro-lender to aid tiny food & drink companies hire hot employees. The Huffington Post. Follow WSJSmallbiz about [email protected] Startup Must-Reads, click here. What are we reading now? Please add the comments, or shoot you a note at [email protected]
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