Many of us are told “anything is possible as long as you put your mind to it.” Recently, people have applied this same logic to entrepreneurship. To become an entrepreneur you don’t need connections, money, or a million dollar idea—all you need is drive and
With over 100 million fully vaccinated people in America, the country finds itself opening back up more fully. After over a year of varying restrictions also even full-fledged lockdowns, states are urging travelers and even movers to come and start businesses. As all states have
As we enter Pride month, many companies will be showing support for the queer community. Corporations like Wells Fargo and Nike will have floats at Pride and sell merchandise decked out in the rainbow flag, perhaps donating a portion of their sales to LGBTQ+ charities.
As environmental concerns grow, so do eco-friendly, sustainable companies. A large percentage of the trash in the ocean comes from businesses and corporations. Additionally, only 20% of what we recycle actually ever does get recycled. We can make a positive impact on the environment by
The past year has been tough, there’s no way to avoid that harsh truth. Everywhere we turned it felt like one bad thing was piling on top of another. However, there have been tiny glimmers of light and hope hidden in the past year that
Hiring your first staff is one of the most crucial, make-or-break moments in a startup’s formative period. The old saying ‘One bad apple’ could have been written about this set of circumstances. Getting the wrong people onboard can be damaging to your enterprise and, in
Starting a business isn’t an easy task and even with abundant capital, nobody is guaranteed success. Many startups have gone through millions of dollars, only to eventually lose it all. With that being said, it’s critical to find cost-effective ways to stand out from the
With so many startups popping up and so many large successful conglomerates saturating the market share in nearly every industry, brand new startups are always facing increasing pressures when it comes to making a name for themselves. To remain in contention and root the brand