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Budget-Friendly Ways to Give Back to the Community

Budget-Friendly Ways to Give Back to the Community

| August 10, 2013 | 4 Comments

Giving back to the community is an excellent way for families or local businesses to support one another and play a role in bettering their surroundings. A limited budget doesn’t have to limit the involvement individuals have with their community. When it comes to giving, time should really be the only constraint faced. There are […]

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Why You Should Hangout With Your Rivals

Why You Should Hangout With Your Rivals

| March 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

How many of your competitors do you also consider friends? That probably seems like a very strange question. Why would you be friends with people who are actively trying to take money out of your pocket with their own products or services? The idea just seems counter-intuitive. However, there are many reasons why you should […]

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Building Entrepreneurial Communities: Value and Strategies

Building Entrepreneurial Communities: Value and Strategies

| February 11, 2013 | 1 Comment

They say it takes a village, and this is especially true when startup ventures are looking for the perfect location. The presence of entrepreneurs in communities helps bring prosperity and a progressive spirit to those locations; startups drive local economies, promote job growth, and help carve an identity for a city or town. Conversely, many […]

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GenJuice, Your Place to Quit Stalling & Start Creating!

GenJuice, Your Place to Quit Stalling & Start Creating!

| October 17, 2010 | 4 Comments

GenJuice.com has officially launched! We first want to thank the readers and owners of Under30CEO for supporting us during the tour and beyond! The story behind GenJuice is simple – a group of young people got together, decided they were tired of dreaming and were ready to live as entrepreneurs. They quit their very well-paying […]

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