Hey, baby face. Think you’re being judged? You’re not. In fact, you may be at an advantage when starting a business.
“Do good” business owners seeking funding should target investors looking to put their money to work to make positive social or environmental change. But how to get on their radar?
HYPE turned two last month and celebrated with a birthday BASH at Cruise Travel and Relient Mortgage.
After two successful exits landed him a fat $85 million paycheck, veteran entrepreneur J.R. Johnson is continuing to hustle and innovate with his latest travel-centric startup: Trippy.
Whether you’re starting a new company or launching a new product, most young entrepreneurs want to grab the microphone and tell everyone. And that’s totally understandable.
If you can’t tell me what you do in 15 seconds, I’m not buying, I’m not investing, and I’m not interested.
If you’ve “checked in” to an urban hotspot, say thank you to Dennis Crowley, the 36-year-old co-founder of location-based social tool Foursquare.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur on a fast-paced schedule or a business leader in a long meeting, powerful postures can help boost your productivity at work.
Given the technological prowess of today’s youth and their passion for environmentalism, it was only a matter of time before kids started pressuring companies directly to change their dirty, earth-harming ways. That combination of gumption, cuteness, and ability to enmass an audience spells big trouble for companies that don’t pay attention.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — He does not have the name recognition of some other space entrepreneurs, people like Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin empire, or Paul Allen of Microsoft fame, or Jeff Bezos, the Amazon.com billionaire.