How to Vet a Consultant for Your Next Project

For many small businesses, there comes a time when the best way to find talent is to hire a consultant. But how do you know the person you hire is someone with the knowledge and expertise to help your business succeed? Here are five ways to vet a consultant … Read More

Project Description Blunders: Mistakes That are Easy to Avoid

No matter how small or large the talent pool is for your short-term project, the key to landing the right consultant is writing a clear project description. Crafting a project description for a temporary contractor or consultant is very different from writing … Read More

5 Tips for Effective Candidate Sourcing

  Sourcing is an integral part of talent acquisition. While some mistakenly believe the way to find a consultant is simply to post projects to a popular job board and filter through the results, it's not how recruiters build successful businesses. The … Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Food Manufacturing

Food Technology Hi, I want to produce chilled ravioli stuffed with shrimps and crab meat, where the product needs only to be boiled in water for a few minutes, drained then ready to be served. This product needs to be free of any preservatives, GMO, flavour … Read More

When Should Your Organization Hire a Consultant?

There are consultants who specialize in all areas of business, across all industries. Here are some of the most common reasons why your organization should consider hiring a consultant. You Need an Expert As organizations grow and change, so do their … Read More

“Soothing the Savage Client: How to Handle an Angry Customer”

Zintro Webinar Presented by Katy Tynan, Managing Director at CoreAxis Presenter's Note: "If you work for yourself, sooner or later you find yourself in the sticky situation of having a client who is angry or frustrated with your work. What starts as a … Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Food Packaging

Food Packaging Looking to speak or work with experts on food packaging to package snack food for children to take to school. all food will be preservative free and made from fresh organic ingredients. We want packaging that will have as long a shelf life as … Read More

Top 6 Mistakes Startups Should Avoid When Hiring Consultants

Hiring consultants is a great way to get expert help for your startups -- but there are some potential landmines to avoid. Here are some common mistakes to steer clear of when working with consultants. 1. Seeking free advice Consider this scenario. A … Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Medical Research

Healthcare Research - Desk Research Healthcare Research: We are looking for a desk research/secondary research /medical research who can pull out the number of procedures/surgeries performed and how many hospitals are performing those surgeries in four … Read More

5 Tips for Managing Consultants

It's easier to grow a company when there is a trusted team behind you. However, hiring a full-time staff isn't always the best--or most affordable--option. Instead, many businesses are discovering the advantages of hiring experts in different specialty areas … Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Automotive Industry

Automotive Dealerships We are an authorized Zintro partner interested in the following titles are automotive dealerships in the United States: 1. Owners2. General Managers3. Sales Managers4. Service Lead If you fit the above criteria, please respond with … Read More

10 Questions You Need to Ask before Hiring an Expert Witness

Expert witnesses play an important role in the litigation process. Finding the best possible expert witness is essential for supporting allegations or defenses--and can ultimately ensure a positive trial outcome. Here are ten important interview questions to … Read More

Inquiry roundup- Medical Imaging

Medical Imaging Integration And Automation I am researching medical imaging integration and automation. Basically, I want to understand the distribution and sharing process of patients imaging records for diagnosis and treatment planning.  I need to speak … Read More

Inquiry roundup- Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering I need to consult with someone with expertise in chemistry to figure out what Chemical salt in solution might be better than the one that I'm currently using for an invention I would need someone familiar with the properties of various … Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Pharmaceutical Industry

Pharmaceutical Grade Mannitol We are looking for experts who has an immense knowledge for pharmaceutical grade Mannitol. Inputs that we are looking are: Global market size by volume and value, pharmaceutical mannitol market, end use segmentation, regional … Read More

Inquiry roundup-Food Manufacturing

Noodle Manufacturing Hi, I am looking to develop a healthy dried noodle formula and need someone who can help in terms of content, I need expertise on how to reduce the salt content and increase balanced nutrition content. I also need help in terms of taste. … Read More

NIH Spends More Funding Dollars in Massachusetts

A recent MIT study found Massachusetts receives $351 in funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) compared to the $88 received by California. The Economist theorized that the high concentration of research institutions and 'density of intellectuals' … Read More

“Managing Your Focus: Time Management and Prioritization for Independent Professionals”

Zintro Webinar Presented by Katy Tynan, Partner - MindBridge Partners. Presenter's Note: "Working for yourself often means working outside of a “normal” 9-5 schedule. For most of us that’s great news – flexibility is one of the primary reasons people … Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Automotive

Automotive Industrial Cleaning Looking to speak to someone with Automotive (USA OEM - General Motors/Ford/Toyota) background into industrial cleaning. Purpose of the call would be to understand engagement practice with suppliers for industrial … Read More

Cardiac Issues Associated with High-Dose Drug Trial

Last week, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Active Biotech AB announced they were ending the higher-dose portions of two multiple-sclerosis medication studies. The decision came after eight patients suffered nonfatal cardiovascular events after taking … Read More

Plastic Microbeads Banned in the U.S.

On Dec. 28, President Obama signed a bill into law that bans the plastic microbeads found in body and facial scrubs and toothpastes. Approximately 1.4 trillion microbeads wash down the drain in the U.S. each year--passing through sewage treatment systems and … Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Medical Devices

Medical Image Processing I am working on a project that aims to measure optical density ratio's in images obtained from a very popular eye device names Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), all images have been extracted in the same manner from this device, we … Read More

5 Tips for More Effective PowerPoint Presentations

Whether you work as a consultant or another position in the business world, chances are you have worked with PowerPoint slides. In fact, for many professionals, PowerPoint presentations are essential for updating project statuses and delivering pitches. No … Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Food science

Food Shelflife I'm looking for a food scientist to help me figure out how to extend the shelf life of my vegan product by using natural preservatives or by using a canning or pouching method that doesn't require preservatives. View inquiry Food … Read More