Posts Tagged ‘startup’

6 Tips to Help You Build a Great Team For Your Small Business or Startup

Arielle Kimbarovsky | May 17th, 2017

Image source: rawpixel.com No matter what kind of business you own or the size of that business, chances are you’ll need a team of employees supporting you as you develop and grow your company. A team is a group of people who share a common purpose and a common goal or set of goals. A […]

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7 Smart Ways to Increase Brand Awareness for Your Business

Amanda Bowman | May 15th, 2017

Brand awareness reflects the degree to which customers or potential customers can recognize or recall a brand and correctly associate that brand with a specific product or service. Creating brand awareness is one of the key components in promoting a product or service. In his article “The Brand Formula”, entrepreneur and marketer Seth Godin explains […]

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11 of the Best Cities Worldwide For Startups and Entrepreneurs

Amanda Bowman | May 8th, 2017

It used to be for the young and the ambitious the best advice was to “go west.” Whether heading to Hollywood or moving to America, riches and success were not found in the place you were, but the place you weren’t: just beyond the western horizon. This romantic notion that the “west is best” still […]

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What Kind of Leader Are You? 7 Business Leadership Styles and How to Become a Better Leader

Katie Lundin | April 28th, 2017

  What does it mean to be a leader? Truthfully, there are as many answers to that question as there are leaders in the world. And, as an entrepreneur, manager or supervisor, it’s incredibly valuable to know your own leadership style- and to understand your own strengths and weaknesses.   The most successful leaders do […]

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The Immigrant Entrepreneurs Leading Successful American Companies

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 29th, 2017

What do Google, eBay, Whatsapp, Instagram and thousands of other successful companies have in common? They were each founded by an immigrant entrepreneur. According to Partnership for a New American Economy, 40% of the top Fortune 500 companies were started by immigrant entrepreneurs. Smaller businesses are heavily impacted by immigrant entrepreneurs too: 1 out of […]

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How 5 Successful Entrepreneurs Stay Creative While Running a Business

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 15th, 2017

Successful entrepreneurs share a common trait: they are creative. As I wrote previously: Startups are like roller-coasters. If you run or work at a startup, you experience many highs and lows and you can’t always anticipate what’s ahead. Education and experience help us overcome many difficult situations, but education and experience are rarely enough. To be […]

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6 Women Entrepreneurs Share Their Most Important Advice About Starting And Growing A Successful Business

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 8th, 2017

There are more women entrepreneurs starting new businesses today than at any point in history. We will all benefit as a result of this trend. Women are more likely to see and fix industry gaps than men are, making them more likely to identify business ideas that will succeed and help others. And while it’s […]

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Interview with The Founding Moms’ Jill Salzman

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 7th, 2017

If you’re a mom and you’re thinking about starting a new business or growing your existing business, you are not alone. According to the International Finance Corporation, female owned businesses make up 37% of businesses globally. In fact, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, women are more likely to reinvest in their businesses, create more […]

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Why It’s a Great Time to Be a Female Entrepreneur

Katie Lundin | March 3rd, 2017

You’ve toyed with the idea of starting your own business or have an idea you’re passionate about, and the thought just keeps creeping back. “What if?” you say. “What if?”, indeed. Now’s the time to find out. There has never been a better time for a woman to become an entrepreneur. According to the American […]

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