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Why Every Startup Needs To Select Customers Carefully

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Most startups are happy to find any customer, and will hang on for dear life to every one.

How To Build A Successful Brand On A Tight Budget


Develop your own brand image by using a few simple tricks that can help to dramatically improve your visibility without eating into your wallet. The post How To Build A Successful Brand On A Tight Budget appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others branding


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Both Things Can Be True: Bias and Bad Fundraising Advice

This is going to be BIG.

Fundraising takes a long time. I’m a female founder. I don’t have a technical co-founder. I don’t have enough traction. These are all of the things I heard from a founder that I recently backed. She was pitching for a pre-seed round of $400k.

The Best Ways to Save Money as a New Startup


Launching a new startup is always exciting. The upward potential in front of you is practically limitless. When you have the right idea at the right time, a startup that begins life as two people in a garage can eventually become a multi-billion-dollar enterprise.

Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

4 Tips to Help New Employees Manage Their Finances More Effectively

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Have you seen employees who misuse all the money they get during the first few months of employment? These are mainly the employees who are on their first jobs, and as a result, they do not have any experience in handling money.

How to Change the Gender Diversity Gap in C-Suite Recruiting

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According to statistics, women make up to half of the national population. The proportion of their earnings stands to be about 50 percent in sectors of Law and Health Industry. Yet the same illustrious numbers fail to show up when it is about taking leadership and managerial roles in companies.

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Legal Careers: The Various Paths One Can Pursue

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An attorney or a lawyer is one who practices law, and is trained to manage, prepare and either defend or prosecute an individual, company or group. They are concerned with giving advice on legal matters that may or may not require the individual to go to court.

Nursing Home Abuse: Don’t Hesitate to Stand Up for Your Rights!

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“Law is of no use if it violates the principles of eternal justice.” – Lydia Maria Child. According to the CDC’s report, there are more than 15,000 nursing homes for 1.4 million patients in the US. The concept of nursing homes is gratifying.

How Abuse Victims Can Explore Financial Independence

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Life isn’t easy for victims of domestic abuse or partner violence. The trauma affects you physically and emotionally, and things get even worse when you are financially dependent on your partner. You can well imagine the challenge of sustaining yourself or raising your kids without financial support.

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Self-Care Strategies for Financial Stress

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On top of the health effects COVID-19 has brought upon individuals and their families, another threat looms as a result of the ongoing pandemic: financial instability. Whether you lost out on yearly bonuses or were hit with a furlough or layoff, financial stress is at an all-time high for many.

Ways To Reduce Conflicts in the Workplace

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Businesses usually need multiple individuals to work together to achieve success. However, at times, some employees may get into disagreements that hinder their ability to operate in an organization.