Startup Weekend 2017: The Future of Evansville Small Business

If you are curious about what it takes to launch a new business, you won’t want to miss this event. To date, over 210,000 entrepreneurs in 135 countries have participated in a Startup Weekend. These events have been the starting point for many different types of businesses, including some in the Evansville area.

How to Win at Any Startup Weekend

Startup Weekend Evansville is part of a global network of events where people come and pitch a business idea on Friday night, work and sweat and learn all weekend, and Sunday night pitch the business plan. There is a panel of judges made up of local business and community leaders that pick the top three pitches. The winners get a variety of

Google Easter Eggs: Distractions and Benefits

Mention Google Easter Eggs around anybody that has used the Internet for a few years and you’ll probably get a quick response. Remember when they put Pac-Man on Google Maps? or My favorite is Atari Breakout! Yes, Google has been distracting us for years here at Lieberman, and that distraction has served to distract you today. Whether you are working a half

What Did You Wear to Work Today?

I think most of us agree that we all have great potential…maybe even unlimited potential…to do great things. I also think that all of us would agree that there are a very limited number of minutes each day that we have and they cannot be retrieved once they are gone. The older I get the more I think about these things. I

Four and a Half Questions with Amanda Smith

One:  How did your career path bring you to LT? I am studying Business Management and I felt this was where I needed/wanted to start my career, especially after researching the company and interviewing with and meeting the LT team. Two:  What’s your favorite thing about working at LT? I really enjoy the people I get to work with every day.  It

Making Foreclosure Sales Run More Smoothly in Indiana

In Indiana, when a home is foreclosed by a bank for nonpayment of the mortgage the county sheriff is tasked with selling that home via a public auction. These sales are usually attended by bank representatives as well as members of the general public who purchase distressed properties for both personal and investment reasons. While on the surface these sales may seem

Landing a Job – What Matters? Part 3 – Interview Better

Congratulations! You’ve landed an interview! It’s likely that you’ve gotten this far because you’ve paid attention and followed the rules the company has set forth for applying for the job. You’ve also put together a cover letter and resume that was appealing to someone at the company. (Or maybe you’re just following this thread to see if I finally say something intriguing.) Now that

Should Your Business Be Blogging?

Here at Lieberman Technologies, we spend a good bit of time talking about blogging. That might seem to be an odd topic for a tech company, but in truth, our blog is a significant part of our overall marketing strategy. You see, LT’s blog (which you’re reading right now) is one of the ways we initiate a conversation with our many clients.

Landing a Job – What Matters? Part 2 – Resume Details

In an earlier article, I shared what you have to do to gain consideration for an interview. With LT, Test #1 is the reasonably easy requirement that you submit a cover letter and resume using the instructions attached to the job posting. Surprisingly, less than 25% get this right. So, assuming that an applicant passed this test, now we’re looking at the details

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