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IT Executive honor goes
to human services veteran

When Beth LaRocca decided to enroll in computer courses in 1982, she was a single parent looking for a career to support her family. Seventeen years later, she is the Rochester area’s IT Executive of the Year. LaRocca, 44, director ...

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Letter to ITEC attendees

Dear Technology Professional, Welcome to ITEC. Our vision in creating this conference is to bring technology to your doorstep allowing professionals to benefit from firsthand learning about the latest in information technology for the next generation. We recognize that technology ...

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ITEC seminar schedule
(continued)

ITEC Theater Sponsored by ITEC TUESDAY, JUNE 22 10:30am – 11:30am “Data base Access Using Visual Basic 6.0” Presented by Ziff-Davis Education Center Visual Basic 6.0 includes new technology and tools to make creating data base access applications easier. This ...

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ITEC seminar schedule

E-Business Theater Sponsored by Arthur Andersen TUESDAY, JUNE 22 10:30am – 11:30am “Beyond SCM 2000: Collaborative Planning, the Internet and Value Chain Management” Presented by Logility Inc. In 1996, the beginning of a market shift was established. Heineken USA embarked ...

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ITEC Show Guide

Internet Business Strategy & Commerce Theater Sponsored by IMAA TUESDAY, JUNE 22 10:15am – 11:15am “iSolutions, Oracle8i, the Internet Platform for Web Computing” Presented by Oracle Corp. The Oracle Internet Platform enables business on the Internet. Oracle 8i allows for ...

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ITEC Show Guide

47 The human face of technology by Mike Dickinson Beth LaRocca, director of information technologies at the Health Association Inc., has transformed the organization from a computer-challenged agency to a technologically integrated operation. Yet this year’s IT Executive of the ...

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ITEC Show Guide

IMAA Keynote Speaker Dr. Martha Rogers Sponsored by Internet Marketing & Advertising Association, Oracle and Navistream Tuesday, June 22 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m. book signing 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. keynote address Riverside Court Companies are racing to develop ...

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Small Business Resource Guide

43 The rest of the story by Will Astor The Rochester Business Journal takes a look back at three small businesses it has profiled: a moving and storage firm, a photo restorer and a coin processing company. Did they thrive ...

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Non-profit organizations
nurture small businesses

ADA Collaborative The Rochester Center for Independent Living Inc. 758 South Ave. Rochester, N.Y. 14620 442-6470 Fax: 271-8558 Contact: Tim Weider E-mail: rcil@frontiernet.net Action Towards Employment Program 845 W. Main St. Rochester, N.Y. 14611 783-3169 Fax: 328-9244 Contact: Karen May ...

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Small Business Resource Guide

If an entrepreneur wants financing from a bank for a new business, or to expand a growing firm, one requirement is certain: He or she had better have a solid business plan with detailed figures, and be able to explain ...

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Small Business Resource Guide

The following are resources offered by the Small Business Administration. To order, list the code and price of each title desired, along with your name, address, zip code and daytime phone number with area code. Mail your check, made payable ...

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Small Business Resource Guide

After spending just 36 hours here, Konstantin Zsigo had 140 e-mail messages waiting for him back home on his company server in East Lansing. Like many executives, Zsigo relies on e-mail to run his business. Unlike most, he has access ...

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To succeed, new
ventures must measure up

How do business start-ups measure success? Survival is the fundamental standard, given that the vast majority of new businesses in this country fail to last three years. To avoid that fate, however, fledgling companies need to continually track their performance. ...

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Smaller firms can find
professionals to fit them

Large corporations can offer lucrative benefits packages and impressive salaries to lure prospective employees. But small companies do not have the deep pockets or resources of a bigger firm and have to offer more than money to attract top-notch people. ...

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Enterprises sought
growth in singular ways

In 1992, the Rochester Business Journal started what has since become one of its more popular features, Enterprise, highlighting small and microbusinesses. (The interest in Enterprise this year prompted its expansion into the Small Business section.) Readers have responded favorably ...

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