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How to Clearly Explain Your Idea to a Software Developer

  This week on the blog, coLab member and software tester Shelley LaHay explains how software startups can avoid common development headaches by clearly laying out their software idea right from the get-go.   Have you dreamed of taking your idea and nurturing it into the next hot app, business solution, or software platform? Your […]

Plug your company in with Enterprise Membership

Finally, flexible workspace for fast-moving project teams. Scaling companies are always dealing with the frustrations of workspace for their teams. Whether it’s a quick collaborative brainstorming meeting, a flexible multipurpose team hub, or a secure private office — the challenge is managing all this as you speed from 0 to 100.

coLab Buzz #14

December’s an interesting month. Some of us get busier with the holiday hustle, and other find themselves in a period of seasonal slow-down. No matter what your situation is though, it’s easy to lose track of what’s going on around you during these hectic holidays. It’s definitely happened to us at times! Don’t worry though, we’re back with […]

Head, Heart, Hustle — Recap

On November 19th co+Lab tried something new. Something different. We wanted to #GetLoud for mental wellness. Rather than host another traditional workshop Shane and I wanted to create an evening experience complete with conversation, live music, and speakers sharing their experiences and struggles with mental wellness. 

Testify! Give Your Testimonials a Persuasion Boost with These Quick Tips — Bland to Brand

Testimonials are the Chuck Norris of marketing. Too many of them, and your marketing collateral starts looking like a cheesy 80s movie. Too few, and you have zero pizzazz. But just enough, and you’re ready to unleash a roundhouse kick of persuasion and start winning the fight for more sales.

Want to Land More Contracts? Make Your Project Proposals More Compelling — Bland to Brand

Project proposals: They may sound like a chore, but they’re actually a great opportunity to justify your value to prospects – which enables you to charge higher rates. So how do you turn your project proposals from mere formalities into living, breathing documents that make sales? Here’s what you need to know.