Published: September 12, 2017, 11:46 pm
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7 Success Tips for Student Entrepreneurs
The world needs entrepreneurs, and student entrepreneurs offer the best of the best. They generate employment, enhance the standard of life, offer new technologies to society and maintain competition in the market. However, launching a business is no joke, especially while you’re still in school. Keep reading to find out 7 indispensable tips that can maximize your chances of success while you’re still a student and after you graduate.
1. Not a good, but a great idea
You may think that your not-yet-launched product or service (Read more...
Published: May 19, 2017, 5:47 am
3 Alternative Ways to Fund Your Start-Up
The market has changed beyond all recognition in recent times, regardless of which industry or sector you care to analyze. One of the universal changes revolves around how business owners and entrepreneurs fund their operations, as traditional bank loans have become increasingly inaccessible to households and commercial ventures alike in recent times.
With this in mind, entrepreneurs would be well advised to seek out alternative funding methods in the modern age, including the suggestions offered here.
Access Equity Crowdfunding
Since its emergence in 2005, crowdfunding has helped to fund and sustain (Read more...
Published: February 24, 2017, 10:14 pm
Storage Ideas for Space-Starved Startups
Business storage; the how, the where and the when. It is the key to efficient selling and stock control. The bigger the space, the more complicated it gets to keep track of everything. Regardless of your stock level during the startup phase, putting methods and systems into place early can most certainly help you be organized and efficient into the future. Here are a few ideas for you:
Cloud Based/Online Storage
The smartest start-ups get their cloud storage organized as one of their first jobs, and as a matter of priority. For security (Read more...
Published: March 3, 2016, 2:00 pm
The standard gameplan for a young startup seems obvious, even self-evident.
You start small and scrappy, forgoing sleep and usually significant amounts of pay for years until your product starts really resonating with customers.
From there, you find ways to scale up and maximize your reach and in the end, if you can avoid all the minefields along the way, you cash out with a big IPO and take your seat among the big boys of business, right?
That’s the standard narrative around startups in the media, but it’s very rarely how things work out.
And many founders are (Read more...