Creative Vision and the Guts to Make it Happen – Seymour Segnit and MAGFAST are Going Big

The Startup Magazine

Typically, there are a series of meetings conducted with my team around the world, [in] China, Macedonia, currently Italy – although they’re normally in Serbia – and then a whole series of places across the U.S.”. MAGFAST® describes Seymour Segnit as its “eclectic, experienced, passionate CEO.” In a casual conversation with Segnit, he shares with us the method to his entrepreneurial ventures and how his particular brand of “crazy” is the motor that drives the success of his business.

Regional Policy Makers in Europe Call for More Entrepreneurship

Campus Entrepreneurship

For this edition Central Macedonia, Ile de France and the Northern and Western Region of Ireland convinced the EER jury with their credible, forward-thinking and promising plan for the year 2018. As with their colleagues across the globe, European Union leaders are keenly interested in entrepreneurial ecosystems and see the regional level as a good approach.

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Side Business: Side Hustle Interview with Chris Guillebeau

The Startup Magazine

That said, a few particularly memorable places include: Liberia, where I lived for nearly a year while working as an aid worker after that country’s decade-long civil war; Macedonia, which I found to be an especially tranquil place after a long overland journey; Laos, where I’ve never returned but it’s always on my list when revisiting south-east Asia, and Australia, which I understand is hardly unconventional but is nevertheless a place where I feel right at home.

27 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Came Up With Their Business Names

Hearpreneur

The word Pella has been leveraged in history as a name for the capital of ancient Macedonia which was the birthplace of Alexander the Great, one of the largest manufacturers of windows and doors in the world, and is also translated as the marvel of god in the Hebrew language. The idea of exactly what your business is going to usually come first. Secondly, most often, is giving a title to your idea. What exactly is going to be the name of your business?