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You Can’t Afford to Make this Mistake With Your Company Culture

Written for EO by Marina Byezhanova, co-founder and director at Pronexia Inc., headhunters for small- to medium-sized businesses and company culture consultants.  If you’ve been trying to fill a position in the last 12 months, then you’ve definitely noticed that it’s become more difficult to attract the same number of applicants that you once did. If your focus… Read more »


A Millennial’s Perspective: Creating Buy-In with a Winning Company Culture

Written by Jeff Naeem Company culture is a feeling, an emotional component. It’s how all the stakeholders—employees, owners and customers—interact with the business. Simply put: The product or service that the company delivers is its function, but the feeling people have working on that product or service and the feeling that clients have buying that product or… Read more »


Global Entrepreneurship Week 2017: Company Culture Matters

This week, EO joins with the Global Entrepreneurship Network in celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week (#GEW2017), which credits the importance and growing impact of entrepreneurship, and features an international calendar of events and partnerships. From 13–19 November 2017, we’ll share exclusive content designed to inspire and inform every entrepreneur—whether you’re in start-up mode or you’re a battle-scarred founder. We believe in… Read more »


How We Put Culture First to Find the Ideal Business Partner

By Orrin Klopper, EO member and CEO of Netsurit When Netsurit decided to seek an opportunity to expand into the North American market, networking with our colleagues at Entrepreneurs’ Organization was the logical first step in finding a like-minded company in the US.


Communication is the Key to Awesome Workplace Culture

By Brian Scudamore, founder and CEO of O2E Brands At O2E Brands (the banner company to 1-800-GOT-JUNK?), communication is a cornerstone of our culture. Every day, we strive to create a space defined by transparency and respect, where employees feel comfortable taking risks and speaking up. I’m often asked about the tactics we use to create… Read more »