The Business category includes proposals in subjects like management, economics, and markets.
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For social networking experts to ask and answer questions about how to build social networks. It's also about how to train others on using social networks to build a community, spread a message, or market a product, using Social Networking tools.
For professionals in BI and decision systems. It would include DWH design, data analysis, ETL, dimensional modelling, KPI design, a focus into both FE (Jasper, Microstrategy...) and BE (Informatica, Talend, SAS...), maybe Big Data and data ...
For businesses and individuals with questions about the law (who to talk to and what paperwork to fill out).
For investors of all kinds. Come discuss trades, advice and trading strategies, asset allocation, and ways to achieve your personal goals through buying and selling equities and other financial instruments.
For investment banking, private equity, capital markets, or asset management professionals and academic researchers.
For financial controllers, public and private accountants, students and academics.
For a site for founders, workers, directors and other people who work with and around non profits.
For entrepreneurs looking to start a new business, or running a new business, and looking for help.
For project managers: development methods, documentation, personnel and resource management, time-tracking, estimation methods, success definitions, etc.
For Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts.
For professionals working with marketing of any sort. With a focus on how to apply marketing tools to real world marketing problems. Marketing is a diverse profession and we can't all be experts in everything. This site will help us learn and master ...
For line managers, middle leaders, senior leaders in businesses, organisations and schools.
For finance professionals and academics
For management and team leads in the information technology field, those interested in IT management, or students of IT management.
For openERP serious users/developers/consultants. Traditional forums are flooded by unqualified needs from people making no effort. Instead we need to educate the community and catalyze qualified energy to move this open source software forward!