Relevance, Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson, How to Succeed In Business Using LinkedIn (MBE:BE)

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Three new titles for today’s release (total of 11 books) for the MiniBookExpo: Business Edition.  Not sure what that is?  Get the deets.

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Relevance: Making Stuff That Matters by Tim Manners

Courtesy of Penguin Group (Canada)

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After years studying remarkable companies and speaking to some of the most influential leaders around, Tim Manners has discovered a solution to the marketing woes of many brands. Stop worrying about demographics, fads, and cutting-edge advertising. Instead, focus on relevance.
Manners shares how the best of the best create solutions to their customers’ problems and help them live happier lives.

The path to sustainable growth for your brand begins with designing meaningful solutions and providing them when and where people need them most. Relevance will teach you how to become—and remain—indispensable.

Full description and author bio at MiniBookExpo.

  • 3 copies available This book is CLAIMED
  • Publisher: Portfolio (September 18, 2008)
  • Shipping within Canada sponsored by Penguin Group (Canada)

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Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson: Rescuing Canadian Business From the Suds of Global Obscurity by Andrea Mandel-Campbell

Courtesy of Douglas McIntyre

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Canada has all the makings of a global leader, yet it has opted to become a laggard, frittering away its jackpot of rich resources rather than building viable multinationals that are ultimately the country’s best defence in a globalized world. Andrea Mandel-Campbell interviews some of Canada’s leading executives and behind-the-scenes movers and shakers to reveal the hidden challenges to Canada’s global success and the perils of continued complacency.

A lively and authoritative compendium of never-before-heard tales of Canadian companies abroad, Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson is also a hands-on guide for innovative competitiveness, helping readers to identify the nation’s previously underestimated assets and abilities.

Full description and author bio at MiniBookExpo.

  • 5 copies available This book is CLAIMED
  • Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre (January 4, 2007)
  • Shipping within Canada & US sponsored by Douglas McIntyre

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How to Succeed in Business Using LinkedIn: Making Connections and Capturing Opportunities on the World’s #1 Business Networking Site by Eric Butow and Kathleen Taylor

Courtesy of Raincoast Books

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Hailed as the "MySpace" for professionals, LinkedIn has taken the Internet by storm. It is now estimated that 19 million business professionals log in to this site every day to look for job opportunities, search for potential clients, get recommendations from colleagues, and reconnect with former coworkers. LinkedIn allows users to create a profile detailing their professional experience and accomplishments, which will help them connect with literally thousands of qualified professionals in their field.

How to Succeed in Business Using LinkedIn takes users through every aspect of the site, from getting registered and building their network to posing questions and creating groups.

Unique and practical, this is the only book available that shows users how to make the most of LinkedIn and the powerful networking opportunities it offers.

Full description and author bio at MiniBookExpo.

  • 3 copies available This book is CLAIMED
  • Publisher: AMACOM (August 27, 2008)
  • Shipping within Canada & U.S. sponsored by Raincoast Books and AMACOM.
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15 thoughts on “Relevance, Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson, How to Succeed In Business Using LinkedIn (MBE:BE)

  1. Tracee

    I would love to have a chance to read “How to Succeed in Business Using Linkedin”. I’m not sure how to go about requesting it, but hope this is right. Thanks!
    You can reach me at amateurdelivre at gmail dot com

  2. Andy Xhignesse

    Well, I choose How to Succeed In Business Using LinkedIn as my second, and I understand, final book for review. I look forward to reading it and providing some feedback as to what it does or doesn’t have to offer.
    Andy

  3. Yeow-Tong Chia

    I’d love to have a chance to read and review Andrea Mandel-Campbell’s book, Why Mexcians Don’t Drink Molson: Rescuing Canadian Business From the Suds of Global Obscurity.

  4. Jennifer Henrich

    I’d like to read Why Mexicans don’t drink Molson: Rescuring Canadian businesss From the suds of Global Osbcurity.

  5. Mohammed Shujaatullah

    Dear Madam/Sir,
    I have been given to understand that you accept comments by readers of books that you provide gratis. If so then I would be interested in “Why Mexicans Do Not Drink Molson” by Andrea Mandell-Campbell.
    Very best regards.
    Mohammed Shujaatullah

  6. Rosemary

    Relevance – not relevant? Still 3 COPIES AVAILABLE
    Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson claimed by Elena, Yeow-Tong and Mohammed. Sorry Jennifer – you’ve already got 2 books out!
    2 COPIES AVAILABLE
    How to Succeed in Business Using LinkedIn claimed by Tracee, Andy and Andrew.
    NO COPIES AVAILABLE

  7. Duane Brown

    I’d like a chance to review the following:
    1. Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson: Rescuing Canadian Business From the Suds of Global Obscurity by Andrea Mandel-Campbell
    2. Grapevine: Why Buzz Was a Fad but Word of Mouth Is Forever by Dave Balter

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