Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’

(Ebook) What Are You Waiting For? A Guide for Mom Entrepreneurs on Starting, Growing, and Managing a Successful Business

Nick Bowersox | February 28th, 2017

Women start over 1,000 new businesses every day in the United States. During the last decade, the number of women-owned companies has grown five times faster than the national average, according to the 2016 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report from American Express Open. According to American Express Open’s 2016 Report: 11.3 million U.S. businesses are […]

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10 Tips to Create a Memorable Tagline for Your Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 20th, 2017

update: If you’d prefer to watch a video version of this post, you can find it on crowdSPRING’s YouTube channel here: The Small Business Guide to Crafting the Perfect Tagline or Slogan. As I wrote previously in 10 Tips for Naming Your Startup or Small Business, coming up with a great company name for your new […]

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6 Simple Habits of Extremely Successful Entrepreneurs

Arielle Kimbarovsky | February 16th, 2017

Many entrepreneurs and small business owners look up to and emulate successful entrepreneurs. After all, it makes sense to learn from people who created their own success stories. Successful people share a number of habits that make them successful. This includes the things they do in living their personal lives, and how they run their […]

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Logo Design: Keep It Simple

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 6th, 2017

Companies want their logo to be instantly recognizable, easily interpretable, and timeless. Overly complex logos often fail to achieve those goals. Web designers often talk about restraint — not putting everything, including the kitchen sink, on a page. The same should be said about logo design. After all, there are some exceptional examples of simple […]

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3 Common Myths About Starting A Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 2nd, 2017

Time and time again, experts in entrepreneurship and business (often with little to no operating experience of their own) offer formulaic advice on what startups must do to succeed. The truth is that there is no one way to “correctly” start a company. Startups are the epitome of unpredictability and extremes. For every example of […]

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