Wed.Jan 13, 2021

Why LP’s Passed on Seed Funds 10 Years Ago (And What’s Happened Since)

View from Seed

This year will mark the 10 th year anniversary of NextView. I’ll be writing a number of posts looking back over the first decade of the life of this firm. In some ways, this feels like an eternity.

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The Entrepreneur’s Essentials: How To Prepare Yourself For Opening A Business

YoungUpstarts

Starting a business can be a daunting experience. As an entrepreneur, you need to ensure that there is enough demand for your offerings in the marketplace and have the right systems in place to meet those demands.

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20 Entrepreneurs Share Their Takeaways from 2020

Hearpreneur

The start and ongoing of a business can be rewarding and exhausting at the same time. Running a business successfully encompasses learning from mistakes that happen along the way which in the end, helps your business to be more strategic and to get back on track.

How To Find Trending Products For Dropshipping

YoungUpstarts

eCommerce is booming as more shoppers and merchants are buying and selling online. The increase in internet commerce has led to the rise of dropshipping as merchants find opportunities to sell goods without dealing with inventory or heavy overhead. The dropshipping market was projected to grow by 28.8%

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.

How Is The 54th Week of 2020 Going For You?

Feld Thoughts

At lunch today, Amy said “Welcome to January 112th.” ” I just got an email from a friend that included the line, “I’m writing off the first 20 days of the year, so here’s to a much different 2021 starting next week!”

Can You Turn Your Love Of Sports Into A Business?

YoungUpstarts

One of the single best ways to create a business model that you can put your passion and effort behind is to work in a field that matches what drives and interests you.

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Six Best Time Tracking Software For Accountants

YoungUpstarts

Finding it difficult to track time and money at the same time? Here are six time tracking software particularly helpful for accountants. The post Six Best Time Tracking Software For Accountants appeared first on Young Upstarts.

How to Build Your Brand — 2021 Guide

Up and Running

Building a brand that’s authentic, consistent, and rooted in a distinct personality separates you from the competition and allows your customers to connect with you on a more meaningful level. Building a brand can feel daunting.

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Prevalence of Imposter Syndrome in the Entrepreneur World

The Startup Magazine

With the pressures of an entrepreneur, do you sometimes feel like a fraud? You may worry that when other people realize who you really are, they will see that you do not deserve what you have. If you have felt this way, you have likely dealt with imposter syndrome.

20 Entrepreneurs Reveal the Pivots or Changes They’re Making in 2021

Hearpreneur

Every new year brings with it a new form of excitement and anticipation. The reason is that every new year brings about a “newness” for lack of a better term when we are able to start fresh and change those things that we did bad or things we have been thinking about doing.

Are Tribal Loans a Threat to the Economy?

The Startup Magazine

It would be quite difficult to answer the question in a straight yes or no fashion because loans and the economy have a complex way of manifestations during their course of journeys.

Set Your Atomic Habits

Mike Michalowicz

We just had our quarterly retreat. And while there was some good fun, including a murder mystery (I didn’t do it), we also got down to the nitty gritty. We asked each other, and ourselves – Are you creating better habits to achieve your goals?

How Has COVID-19 Impacted Shared Governance Models for Higher Education?

Board Effect

Of the thousands of industries that have been badly affected by the impact of COVID-19, higher education ranks high on the list.

No More Rejection! Here’s How You Can Get Your Loan Approved

Women Entrepreneurs Can

‘It is easy to get a loan unless you need it’ – Norman Ralph Augustine. A harsh truth, right? Every day you might get hundreds of calls, texts, or emails from different banks and financial institutions ready to provide you a personal loan.

Make your products differentiating through lip gloss box

Our Own Start-up

Packaging with informative details about the items would influence the buying decision of shoppers. The post Make your products differentiating through lip gloss box first appeared on Our Own Startup.

Capture the Profits with These Unique Photography Businesses

Women Entrepreneurs Can

‘Photography isn’t about capturing what can be seen by naked eyes. It’s about exploring the unexplored and presenting it to the world.’ ’ Do you love to capture the uniqueness of the world in your camera? Is doing photoshoot more than just a hobby?

4 Ways to prevent accidents at your workplace

Our Own Start-up

Regardless of the industry and occupation, every business needs an action plan and the full participation of the staff to prevent workplace accidents. The post 4 Ways to prevent accidents at your workplace first appeared on Our Own Startup.

How to Future-Proof Your Legal Obligations

Women Entrepreneurs Can

When you run a business, you’ll have all kinds of responsibilities and obligations to maintain. If you don’t keep on top of them, you run the risk of ending up with all manner of litigation problems. One thing you must absolutely enforce in your business is your legal obligations.

5 Proven strategies on how to market your gym

Our Own Start-up

A gym owner must learn how to promote their business to accommodate the needs of all their clients. The post 5 Proven strategies on how to market your gym first appeared on Our Own Startup. Growth Strategies business promotion gym owner how to market your gym marketing strategies

Now’s the Time to Add Some Green to Your Premises

Women Entrepreneurs Can

Now is the best time to transform your business premises. Indeed, as the pandemic has forced many companies to temporarily move their business processes online, most teams are working in a home-office environment. Empty premises become a playground for improvement projects and decor upgrades.

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5 SaaS strategies to take your B2B Customer experience a notch higher

Our Own Start-up

Before learning more about the strategies, you can implement to take your customer experience to the next level, you need to understand why it matters a tad more in the SaaS landscape. The post 5 SaaS strategies to take your B2B Customer experience a notch higher first appeared on Our Own Startup.

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Low Volume Manufacturing Benefits

Women Entrepreneurs Can

When creating a part or product, the production volume you choose has a large impact on its overall success. In many cases, low volume production is highly advantageous. Low volume manufacturing generally refers to production volumes between 50 and 100,000 parts.

4 Ways to spread the word of mouth about your new startup location

Our Own Start-up

While there are many ways to build word of mouth, here are a few of the ways that work most often. The post 4 Ways to spread the word of mouth about your new startup location first appeared on Our Own Startup.

Seven Things Every Leader Should Stop Doing In 2021

YoungUpstarts

by Edward D. Hess, author of “ Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change “ The times they are a-changing… and so is the nature of our work.

6 Market Environments Where Execution Trumps Planning

Startup Professionals Musings

As a business adviser, I often see entrepreneurs practicing what Tom Peters calls the “ ready-fire-aim ” go-to-market strategy to their detriment.