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Common Sense Tips for the Cold Season

The winter season is starting to get cold, so here are some tips to refresh your common sense for the chilly, snow-bound weather.   In what has been a relatively tame winter so far, now is the time to start seriously thinking about preparations. CrowdComfort has already discussed the starting for winterizing your facility, and now […]

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Startup Talk: The Top Six Reasons Why Several Fail

  Currently, we live in an American entrepreneurial age, where innovation and big ideas can produce big rewards. However, a startup has a 10% at surviving; here’s why —   Startup culture is incredibly tantalizing to entrepreneurial, adventurous, explorative, daring, creative, and innovative minded-people in America and beyond. The idea of building a concept, selling that […]

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Your 2016 Tech Convention Calendar (1/2)

We’ve often discussed the merits of staying on top of new technology, facility management trends, and innovation within the field. And, of course, there’s no better way to condense those goals into big gulps than via annual convention.   Here’s your comprehensive list for the first half of 2016:

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Crowdsourcing and how it can boost Occupant Morale

By crowdsourcing the people who use buildings, they can be built into a internal community, that generally improves overall conditions. However, there are some challenges to recognize.   As mentioned before, there are tangible—often financial—advantages to crowdsourcing feedback from your building’s Human Sensor Network. But, beyond the way these solutions immediately impact your bottom line, what […]