To me there are different types of approaches or ideologies with which people live their life. There are some who don’t care about the way they live life, there are others who strive hard to live a moderate and ordinary life, while there is a third kind of ideology in which people try to […]
Do You Know How To Make Your Teams Innovate? Most organizations realize that in today’s competitive world simply plodding on and delivering more of the same will only get you so far. If you keep on producing the same products and services, year on year, with minimal development, sooner rather than later, a new disruptive […]
Ever been locked out of your house or apartment? If you’re anything like me or Greg Marsh’s wife, you have…often. After several costly and lengthy lockouts, Greg took the problem of getting locked out and created an effective solution – KeyMe. KeyMe is a mobile app that allows you to digitally store your key information […]
Raising startup capital can be tricky. Many startups fail before getting started because of financial limitations. Despite the need of many young companies, banks aren’t exactly jumping at the chance to work with 20-30 year olds with a new business idea. Due to the volatile nature of a startup and high failure rate, there is […]
According to Silicon Valley Business Journal, this is the list of the top ten most buzz-filled and momentum-driving startups. Accelerator/incubator programs are seeing more and more SaaS firms. They’re easy to set up with a handful of people and are rapidly scalable (just don’t lose momentum!). But are we seeing too many of these kinds […]
Solving Arguments through the Power of the Crowd: Interview with Imagoo Founder & CEO Mickey Hernandez
Only 12 credits short of graduating from UNLV with a degree in economics, Imagoo CEO Mickey Hernandez is in no hurry to graduate. “On my lunch break I run over to school to take a class and head back over to work for the rest of the day.” The 22 year-old has always wanted to […]
Interview with young entrepreneur Sachin Kamdar on starting his business Pars.ly.
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David Tisch’s entrepreneurial journey started like many children’s – buying and selling baseball cards. Setting up a table at trade shows turned into selling cards online in the late 90’s. Although the bulk of his baseball card collection no longer exists due to a busted pipe in his parents’ basement, David and BoxGroup co-founder Adam […]
When you seek to carve out a niche for your business, you’re going to have a wide range of successes and failures. However, there are some very important marketing lessons you can learn the easy way. The following are just a few of those lessons. 1. Don’t be a Buzzkill Far too many businesses start […]