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From Cubicle to Cloud: How to Start and Scale a Virtual Professional Service Business is a work of non-fiction in the business and advice sub-genres and was penned by author Jennifer Brazer alongside Liz Gold. The work is intended for a professional reading audience that is interested in improving or creating cloud-based business services. The authors share a wealth of experience in this area. Within this clear and expansive guidebook, topics include practical advice on how to create your business model with innovation and technological evolution in mind, people skills to attract talented employees and retain them, and to generally thrive, grow and profit with a business rather than face decline as the future becomes the now.
Author team Jennifer Brazer and Liz Gold has crafted an inspiring and informative work of business guidance that gives a heartfelt narrative of Brazer’s rise to success, with plenty of advice, motivation, and insider tips to offer its readers. Now more than ever, the traditional days of office working and the nine-to-five pace are not fit for modern life, so this fresh and innovative approach to moving business into the future is a superb leap in the right direction. In terms of organization, the work is well-formatted to convey information in a logical manner and allow easy reference to find essential topics again, making it a go-to guide that any new business creator could keep by their side. Overall, I would highly recommend From Cubicle to Cloud to aspiring professionals and entrepreneurs looking for valuable and effective advice for moving their business ideas to the next level.