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Frere Enterprises on Future Considerations for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is exponentially growing each year. Referring to "things" that are connected to the internet — people and devices — the IoT is expected to reach over 26 billion by the year 2020. What does this…

Frere Enterprises Asks: What is FinTech? How Is It Changing the World?

Financial technology (FinTech) has already changed most people’s lives, yet many people don’t understand what FinTech is. FinTech is vaguely defined but is used to establish trust, compare data, decentralize power and provide meaning for data. FinTech is found in online…

Frere Enterprises Comments on Lobbying Efforts Over FinTech Oversight

A group of FinTech firms based in San Francisco has coalesced to lobby regulators and lawmakers about cryptocurrencies. The effort is in service of swaying lawmakers and regulators who are responding to the untamed and sometimes illicit nature of the…

The 180-Year Evolution of Dits and Dahs: Frere Enterprises Uncovers Innovation in Unlikely Source

No one thought that 180 years later, Samuel F. B. Morse’s invention of Morse code would still be relevant, especially considering one of the hottest tech companies on earth has added a Morse code keyboard to their smartphones. This company…

Frere Enterprises Recommends Customizing Customer/Business Interactions With Email Marketing

A business has to utilize all sorts of strategies to attract customers, returning or otherwise. A tactic that has been receiving an upswing in popularity is email mailing lists. Mailing lists are great because customers usually agree to being on…

Brandon Frere on Getting Ahead of the Business Game With Gamification

Getting people interested enough into picking a product is part of the challenge of running a successful business, but the rest of the game is getting them to stay interested and keep coming back for it. Gamification, the trick of…

Frere Enterprises Asks: Why Are Immigrants So Entrepreneurial?

What do Arianna Huffington, Sergey Brin and Elon Musk have in common? The founders of Huffington Post, Google and Tesla and SpaceX all came to America as immigrants. Huffington grew up in Athens, Musk in South Africa and Brin in the Soviet Union.…

Many Opportunities Will Come Knocking, But Should a Business Use Every Single One? Words From Brandon Frere

Profits are often on the mind of a CEO. How to cut unnecessary costs, increase overall efficiency and how to increase profit margins are all part of the game. But it can’t just be a blind drive, doing whatever seems like…

Frere Enterprises Explores the Future of the Workforce in an Artificially Intelligent World

Every so often, a technological advancement comes about that is so earth-shattering that it changes the way entire industries work. These disruptive innovations can change not only how businesses are run, but also how people live and work. One such…

Frere Enterprises on the Promise of Artificial Intelligence to Close Deals

Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to generate more leads and close more deals, which is the primary goal for any business. A recent article in Forbes discussed some of the ways AI can surpass the software that companies currently utilize to do more everyday tasks…

Frere Enterprises Explores Blockchain's Potential

The blockchain revolution is here, and executives across many industries are speculating how it could shake up their sector. Deloitte, a global consulting and auditing company, says blockchain is gaining traction and moving from the realm of "blockchain tourism" to…

Frere Enterprises: Cross-Pollination of Technology is Necessary to Stay Cutting Edge

As technology continues to evolve, so must a business' utilization of it. An entrepreneur's ability to incorporate new technologies into their solutions is becoming increasingly necessary to stay innovative. The merging of technology with seemingly unrelated products and services has…

Frere Enterprises: Entrepreneurs Should Focus on Long-Term Financial Goals

Many companies are stuck solving day-to-day problems and do not have time for long-term financial goals. R&D, marketing, training, employee development, community engagement, and capital development allow a business to thrive in the long-term and make everyday tasks easier. If…

CEO Brandon Frere: How to Best Guide an Organization? Set the Agenda

How can CEOs most efficiently guide their organizations? A recent study by the Harvard Business Review suggests that setting a clearly defined agenda and surrounding oneself with a dynamic leadership team are highly valuable tools that allow CEOs to optimize…

Frere Enterprises: The FTC's Focus on Social Media Influencer Marketing Protects Consumers

Social media influencer marketing has become incredibly useful for brands looking to expand their online reach. It can also be a very lucrative business for people who have large social media followings. A problem arising from the increase in influencer…

Frere Enterprise Watches in Admiration as FTC Drops Hammer on Fake Science Journals

The final step in the scientific method, sharing results with other scientists, is a safeguard against faulty or biased experiments taking hold as accepted fact. The peer review process is a vital part of the scientific strategy that has helped…

Frere Enterprises: FTC's New Definition of Diamonds is for the Benefit of the Consumer

A diamond is now a diamond no matter the origin. Thanks to an amendment to its Jewelry Guide, the Federal Trade Commission has simplified a confusing market previously stocked by natural diamonds, laboratory-grown diamonds, and synthetic diamonds. The FTC removed…

CEO Brandon Frere: Middle Age the Right Age to Be a Successful Business Founder

What is the average age of the most successful entrepreneurs? A recent study yielded surprising results. For the top 0.1 percent of fast-growing, new ventures, the mean age of the founders is 45 years old, which means that half the…

Automated Services: Are There Hidden Costs to Using Them for a Business?

A CEO is the true overseer of a company. Watching costs and balancing effectiveness is a tough road to walk but if it was easy, anyone would do it. But, could there be such a thing as being too effective? Brandon…

Judging a Business by Its Marketing: Advice From Brandon Frere

Without some sort of marketing tactics, most people wouldn’t know that a business exists in the first place. All sorts of tricks go into marketing for a company, between advertisements, slogans and business design. A business owner will have to have…

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