PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, 1st September 2012 /PRNewswire/: Sydney Australia based business incubator CleverX Pty. Ltd., a company that focuses on fast-track and rapid growth companies with a commercial innovative niche announced today the appointment of Paul J. Lange, formerly Principal Consultant to the Board for Incubation and Operational Strategy,  as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Mr. Lange’s international business experience and  ability to build strategic relationships with both private and institutional investors will be of great benefit to CleverX.” stated Roslyn Dooney, Public Relations Manager. As the world emerges from a period of financial gloom and increasingly more highly-skilled people turn their focus to entrepreneurial endeavours, the need for a person to steer CleverX from experience was crucial. The board of CleverX was keen to find a person with a combination of broad operating experience across multiple industries, deep management experience – both high and low level, operating experience across business – sales, finance, operations, entrepreneurial experience – preferably starting several companies, a strong understanding of legal, accounting and financial issues, specific industry experience, demonstrated high integrity, and experience coaching or advising CEO’s and senior management. “We believe that Mr. Lange embodies all of these criteria and is the ideal choice to lead CleverX into the next phase of it’s growth as a global business incubator. Paul Lange has over 25 years of international business building, senior management and executive coaching experience. In addition to his role as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board at CleverX, Mr. Lange currently serves as an Advisory Board Member of the Young Entrepreneurs Society Australia, and operates successful businesses in executive coaching and enterprise business management consulting. Mr. Lange has also served as an expert witness for technology fraud in the criminal law courts of The Hague, the Netherlands. For
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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, 21 October 2011: Sydney Australia based CleverX Pty. Ltd. has embarked on a programme that changes lives around the world. CleverX is now partnering with B1G1 (Buy 1 Give 1) a simple yet powerful way of giving back. Through B1G1, each purchase of a CleverX business product or service now creates its own specific and positive impact. Already, CleverX have connected their products in amazing ways, from giving children access to clean water, or a proper education, to providing permanent shelter for homeless, reserving land in the Daintree forest, or even a goat to a family in Kenya to secure their income, as well as many other causes. Paul Lange, Chief Operational Strategist behind the CleverX brand, has been critical for a long time about the way charitable funds are collected, managed, and distributed, and how little effect traditional charity has on the bottom line of those for whom it is intended. “Imagine what would happen if 100% of the money donated went to the charity for which it was intended and that charity had to comply with strict criteria regarding overhead and fund management; and what if small to medium companies took the decision to give regularly instead of private individuals and big business.  Just imagine the difference and impact these two small shifts would have.  It would impact so many lives in such a positive way. I’m delighted to say that we’ve already had an impact on over 1,000 people.” Paul Lange said that the experience of being part of B1G1 and giving in this way is manifesting in other ways too. ‘Although our team at CleverX has always been awesome, everyone is even more pumped by the knowledge that every time a client purchases one of our business products
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Business incubators have traditionally supplied start-up and early stage companies with a place to reside in addition to a range of business support services. In decades past the provision of a physical office location was invaluable for new companies and entrepreneurs starting out on a new venture. However, in the modern business world this aspect of business incubation has become more of a limiting factor. Whether your business is localised or has the potential to go global, locking yourself into a physical location just because that is where the incubation program resides makes very little sense. That does not mean you should not have an office. Whilst some businesses can start out from the garage or spare room in your home, ultimately a proper and physical office presence somewhere will be required. When you need a presence virtual office services are readily available at affordable rates in all major cities around the globe. In addition to physical office space most offer a simple corporate identity package which gives your business the prestigious address without the cost of real estate. Another reason that physical premises are no longer a benefit of the business incubation model is that technology has removed the need for many basic office services to be delivered from a specific location. The modern day entrepreneur is able to receive and make phone calls, scan and receive documents, or even send faxes (if their clients still live in the late 20th century) online and via mobile devices; they can meet online and be up-to-date with every important aspect of their business in real-time leveraging enterprise strength cloud technology for minimal cost. A package of real business support and services is the thing that is needed to help start-ups and early stage companies succeed. This has always been the corner
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Business incubators provide programs intended to facilitate the rapid and successful development of ventures. A business incubator provides a collection of business support services and resources either directly or through a network of trusted third party professionals. The way in which the business incubator delivers services and the form and substance of those services will vary with each incubator. The organisational structure of the incubator and the type of clients each incubator will serve will also vary. Start-up companies that successfully complete a business incubation program have an increased probability of long terms success. Some studies from the USA suggest almost twice as many graduates of incubation programs stay in business compared to all start-up companies. Incubators are often confused with research and technology parks. Most business incubators are different to these establishments by their general focus on start-up and/or early-stage companies. The usually large scale of research and technology parks lends itself better to established corporations, government organisations, university labs, and small companies, not in start-up or early stage. These large-scale facilities generally do not offer business assistance or support services. Such business and support services are the cornerstone of business incubation. Interestingly, from time to time you will find incubation programs housed in research and technology parks. Business incubation is an effective way to grow your fledgling business. Business incubation programs assisted more than 27,000 companies in 2005 in North America alone. This provided jobs for over 100,000 employees with the incubated companies generating $17 billion in annual revenues. Link to this post!
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