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Story of how award winning spoken word artist George The Poet is partnering with investors Sweet Capital to launch a podcast series
Eighteen months after Lauren Driscoll, CEO and founder of Project Well, came up with her business idea at a startup lab, she sealed a deal with venture investment firm Primetime Partners. Here's how she did it.
Optimism can be blind and naivety can be bliss, but is it possible to actually predict if a business will become a roaring success or a damp squib of a failure?
Thanks in no small part to the pandemic, we are all stars of the small screen as Zoom, Teams and Skype replace face-to-face meetings. Is it time to coach staff on personal branding? Entrepreneur Carlene Jackson thinks so.
Achieving startup success takes hard work, determination, and talent, but an early break from a major business leader like Lord Alan Sugar can be a real gamechanger, as entrepreneur Ross Testa, founder of video and social media agency 3 Heads Agency discovered.
Mall of America, for all its “bigness” is not a stranger to small independent retailers and retail.
When the history books are written on 2020, we’ll remember it as the year of Covid-19 and virtual work, and the year in which many organizations increased their commitment to fighting racism and building inclusive organizations. So how are these two history-shaping events interacting?
Being mission-driven can give you an edge while also doing good for the world.
Your vision gives you purpose and a direction. If you follow this direction, you may realize that you are taking the wrong path and that’s OK because that’s an opportunity to adjust your course towards a new promising destination. Here are a few examples and key insights about startup visions.
In sectors that depend on high net worth individuals (HNWI’s) as customers, including luxury products, high-end automotive, and many financial services, the irreplaceable nature of each customer is particularly cut and dried.
While the benefits of delegation may be clear, actually delegating is not always an easy thing to do.
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?
Today's healthcare providers must deliver an exceptional patient experience, adopting some modern “customer service” strategies for patients in the same way that other digital companies prioritize their customer experience.
To really resonate in today’s emotionally charged environment, brands and marketers must incorporate empathy into their messaging.
A new workplace is emerging. Where we can be truly ourselves. Where we help others thrive. Where we understand that to be good at work, your heart needs to be good, your kids need to be good, you need to be understood, heard, seen as human. Where we learn, grow, elevate each other.
U.S. small- and medium-sized manufacturing was already on the cusp of major change before the global pandemic due to advances in technology, from artificial intelligence to robotics, were evolving. Since the pandemic took hold, change of all kinds is happening rapidly and in surprising ways.
We badly need a big wave of business startups to ignite a post-Covid economy, but unnecessary barriers stand in the way—including some surprising and destructive myths.
The U. S. is in an odd state of limbo: with nearly seven million cases of Covid-19, almost 200,000 attributable deaths and difficulties developing a safe and viable vaccine, organizations are preparing to support remote workers for the foreseeable future.
Each trait helps guide you toward sales success in a different way.
Losing good talent can have a detrimental effect on your company. So as a business leader, what can you do in order to retain your employees?
For a first-time founder, there is a lot to learn about how to navigate the early stages and be successful with meeting fundraising goals.
Without another infusion of cash from the government via a “PPP 2” approval from the federal government, thousands of businesses across the nation may fold.
With the continued uncertainty surrounding the retail industry in the wake of Covid-19, there is evidence that customers are shopping for Christmas earlier than ever.
If you want to scale your site visits and engagement, you may have to change your strategy.
Communication, goals and resources are necessary if you want the people working for you to succeed.
7000 Central Parkway,
ATLANTA, GA 30328