The Entrepreneurial Roller-coaster and the Sacrifices

“How did you do it?” is a question I often hear after telling people that I run my own media company at the age of 27.  An expectant grin awaits some sort of magical, oversimplified answer that j...


Music Industry Goes Gaga for Hyperlocal

At the core of the ever-expanding hyperlocal industry exists the belief that communities prefer to engage in content that is targeted towards their region; people like to learn and talk about what’s...


What’s all the Hype about Hyper-local?

Business is buzzing with talk about hyper-local websites, and it is likely affecting you & your business. It can be overwhelming for any young entrepreneur to attempt to navigate through the rapid...


How to Avoid the Quarter-Life Crisis by Making the Most Out of College

College is an incredible opportunity, and I’m not referring to the classes. Many students in college enjoy a financial freedom that they’ll never again experience after graduation. Of course this ...


Startup Hot Seat: Universities Finest vs Bucks Happening

Today we have Universities Finest and Bucks Happening profiled below. Both companies are making moves and cost virtually nothing to start. Universities Finest simply saw an opening and starting making...


How to Keep Your Sanity Riding the Entrepreneurial Roller Coaster

Let’s face it- entrepreneurs tend to be a little bit crazy.  Starting a business takes a touch of insanity, but running a business can sometimes send you over the edge. You put everything you have ...


Dear Baby Boomers: A Message From Gen Y

Dear Baby Boomers, I know you’re not my biggest fan. I’m one of those pesky GenY twenty-somethings that you’ve called “cocky,” “lazy,” and “incompetent.”  It appears our generation ...


Startup BeMe Encourages Creativity and Individuality

What is the story behind BeMe? Individuality is something our family always embraced. Growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, we kept our parents busy by exploring a plethora of activities througho...


A Lesson Learned: Taking the Entrepreneurial Plunge

Today I woke up at 6am. Like any other Monday, I rushed to get out of the house by 6:30am to begin my two hour commute from Washington Crossing, PA to New York City.  I grabbed a large cup of coffee ...