Mon.Jan 20, 2020

5 Crowdfunding Approaches To Tempt Every Entrepreneur

Startup Professionals Musings

Even if you ignore all the hype around crowdfunding, there can be no doubt that it is a real alternative for entrepreneurs to achieve visibility and funding today.

Cash Crunch? 5 Unconventional Ways To Fund Your Startup

YoungUpstarts

by Daniel Pigg , director of business engagement and an instructor at Indiana State University. Would you bet money on an inexperienced horse? Few people would. Yet despite an unproven track record, first-time entrepreneurs consistently seek funding.

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My January Holiday Vacation Reading

Feld Thoughts

Amy and I didn’t feel like taking a Christmas or New Year’s vacation this year so we just hung around Boulder, worked, and did our thing. We then decamped to Mexico last week for warmth, sun, beach, and books.

Setting Yourself Up For Success: Tips For Small Business Owners

YoungUpstarts

Did you know that only about half of all small businesses are still open at the 5-year mark? About 80% make it through the first year, but after that, success rates decline sharply.

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.

Why We Shouldn’t Be In Love With Startups 

ReadWriteStart

We all love a good story, especially those that involve rags-to-riches path. We love the zero-to-unicorn stories of Microsoft, Facebook and Uber.

The Complete Guide To Trading In Pairs

YoungUpstarts

When traders look forward to trade in pairs, they try and search for certain commodities and stocks that have things in common, like price, etc. This is because the trading history justifies that if one stock goes up, the other will tend to decrease in terms of pricing.

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Monday Motivation: THE CRAZY ONES – Best Motivational Video

Hearpreneur

This motivational video is to help CEOs, entrepreneurs and business owners start the week off on the right foot. Demand more from life. Don’t let other people’s opinion deny you from a life that will make history. Be on the right path on your road. Go where you can be a pioneer.

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Nonprofit Business Plan Template

Board Effect

As technology helps nonprofit organizations to streamline processes, it calls many of the longstanding processes into question.

9 Essential and Proven Restaurant Marketing Strategies

crowdSPRING Blog

When I was a kid, Friday was B & C Pizza night at our house. The local Chicago-style pizza is a Michigan favorite. And, while their delicious fare is something I still crave as an adult, it’s their marketing strategy that remains at the forefront of my memory.

Conversations on Kansas Public Radio – The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur

Duct Tape Marketing

Conversations on Kansas Public Radio – The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. John Jantsch appears on Conversations with host Dan Skinner on Kansas Public Radio to discuss his lastest book, The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur. Jantsch is a marketing expert who founded his own firm three decades ago.

MarTech Podcast – The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur

Duct Tape Marketing

MarTech Podcast – The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. John Jantsch appears on the MarTech Podcast to discuss his entrepreneurial journey, life as a marketer, and his latest book, The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur. Jantsch has been in the world of marketing his entire adult life and founded his own firm, Jantsch Communications (which later morphed into Duct Tape Marketing) some 25 years ago.