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Small Business Owners Work Long Hours…But Get Little Done

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When you’re a small business owner, Parkinson’s Law (“Work expands to fill the time available”) definitely applies. However, you’re not the only one who feels buried under a nonstop avalanche of work. Some 84 percent of business owners work more than 40 hours a week, according to a recent survey from The Alternative Board, and about 10 percent “continuously overwhelmed” by their workload. I’m truly impressed that 90 percent of business owners don’t feel continuously overwhelmed, especially considering the average business owner in the survey reports having only 1.5 hours of uninterrupted, highly productive time per day. (Sounds about right!) [...]

7 Best Startup Business Idea In 2017

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Starting up your own business can be a big risk but can pay off huge if your idea takes off. There’s no way to guarantee a startup will be a success, but starting a business in a hot, in-demand industry may dramatically improve your chances. Related Link: The Early Traits Of A $100 Million Company Coming up with an idea is just the first step in a long and difficult process of building a successful startup, but you’ve got to start somewhere. Here are seven areas to consider for your startup business. 1. Artificial Intelligence Obviously if you don’t have [...]

Tips For Starting A Small Adult Day Care Business

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Many elderly and disabled adults are forced to spend most of their days alone, because they do not have family or friends. An adult day care service is the perfect solution for these individuals, plus in many cases government assistance is available to pay for the expenses. If you are looking for a new career niche that will offer amazing rewards, you should consider an adult day care center. Below, you will discover several tips to help get you started turning your business idea into a reality. Choosing A Location It isn’t unusual for people to operate a small adult [...]

The Benefits Of Owning And Operating A Family Business

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Many people dream of starting their own business and when they do, it often turns into a family business. Mom and pop businesses have been around since the beginning of time, with most of them being handed down to an offspring or sibling, when the original owners retired. In order for a family business to be successful, every member or almost every member of the family must be involved in the operational processes. Below, you will discover several benefits of owning and operating a family business. United For One Common Goal Sometimes within the workplace competition can be a good [...]

The 8 Least Productive Tasks Business Owners Do (And How to Never Do Them Again)

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By Sujan Patel Set SMART goals…. Work according to your circadian rhythm…. Learn to prioritize your top three to-do items and tackle them before anything else … The web is full of productivity advice for entrepreneurs. And while these tips, when implemented appropriately, can be incredibly helpful, there’s a corollary that’s missing. What about the things business owners should not be doing with their time? Your to-don’t list is just as important as your to-do list. Here are eight items that belong on it: 1. Shuffling past-due items on your to-do list Have a task you keep putting off, but are never [...]

4 tips to help small business owners to reduce their overhead costs

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Business expenses and outgoings can eat into your profits and in some cases you can end up spending more money than you make. As such, it is a good idea to do everything you can to keep costs down and maximize profits. Here are a few ways you can do this even as a new business. 1. Always shop around Whether you are buying equipment or products to sell at profit it is important to try and get the best deal available. Can you buy any of the equipment you need refurbished or used? All kinds of items can be [...]

10 Tax Penalties – and How to Avoid Them

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As if taxes weren’t enough, the IRS can add interest and penalties for certain action you may take or fail to take. There are over 150 civil penalties in the Internal Revenue Code. Tax penalties can be costly and they’re not tax deductible. Here is a roundup of some tax penalties that can impact small businesses owners and what can be done to avoid them. Tips on Avoiding Tax Penalties for Your Small Business 1. Late Filing Penalty for Tax Returns April 15 may be seared into your brain as tax day, but it’s not the deadline for all returns. S [...]

Master the Art of Online Sales with These 20 Tips

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So you’ve established a website offering products or services for sale. You have a great selection and a good-looking website — but your sales are still flat. This is a problem for plenty of online businesses. But there are ways to overcome those sales slumps and grow your business online. Gary Shouldis of 3Bug Media shared some of his top online sales tips in an email interview with Small Business Trends. Check out some of the highlights in the list below. How to Increase Online Sales Establish a Plan Early According to Shouldis, not having an actual plan in place [...]

Best Small Business Ideas for Students in 2017

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The following are some useful jobs for college students or college graduates who want to earn money by starting a small business with little or no investment. (Newswire.net -- July 5, 2017) -- It is no secret that college students struggle to find jobs. Graduate students have a hard time these days obtaining a good job that pays enough money to cover their expenses. The following are some useful jobs for college graduates or college students who want to earn some money by starting a small business with litlle or no investment. These small business ideas will work well for college [...]

Tips For Small Business Success

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Different kinds of people have been able to start and run successful businesses. There are various traits and attributes that are similar among thriving business owners. New entrepreneurs often wonder about whether or not they can succeed. Successful entrepreneurship begins with passion. Passion In order for any entrepreneur to be able to accomplish his or her goals, a passionate approach is essential. The desire to turn your concept into a profitable business that adds value to people’s lives will keep you moving forward in pursuit of your goals. When you have this type of passion, you will spare no effort [...]

The Steps to Become an Entrepreneur in Your 50s or 60s

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I was a small business owner building sound systems and providing DJ entertainment. Then, after a decade and a half, I dove into the 9 to 5 corporate world, managing databases, developing websites and creating corporate communications. These days, after a layoff and with my kids almost through college, I’ve begun my second act as an entrepreneur, using my writing skills to help clients form creative communications strategies. This time around, I have a firm grasp on the number of hours I’ll be putting in — and I’m ready. And I’m far from alone. According to the U.S. Small Business [...]

Best 6 Tips for Turning Customers Into Salespeople

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Your customers are some of your greatest assets. Not only do they directly drive revenue in terms of repeat purchases, but they can also indirectly drive revenue in the form of selling your brand to other people. Do you know what it looks like to turn your customers into an extension of your sales team? 6 Tips for Turning Customers Into Salespeople It’s expensive to sell, but it’s impossible to be successful without making a commitment to actively put your products in front of customers and encourage them to purchase. And while it’s important that you have salespeople on your [...]

5 Common Self-Employment Blunders | TheSelfEmployed.com

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Being self-employed brings self-fulfillment, freedom, financial rewards, and sometimes the ability to work in your pajamas from home. However, all those things get put at risk when you make costly mistakes. So, hold on to your house slippers and check out these five self-employment blunders that you ought to avoid. 1. Failing to Budget and Track Finances Create a budget that accounts for regular, ongoing expenses and also allows you to set aside money for emergencies. As you draw up your plan, remember that you want income to exceed expenses to ensure you’re not just getting by, but in fact, [...]

3 reasons why the ‘best’ business ideas too often fail miserably

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PHOTO Segway: Optics of riding rather than walking looked lazy. PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY SEGWAY TOURS Courtesy of News and Experts We’ve all heard the expression “innovate or die.” But there are endless examples of companies that made cutting-edge ideas a priority, yet their can’t-miss products – and sometimes the businesses themselves – died untimely deaths anyway. “People often don’t realize that a product can be smart and work well, and still fail when it hits the marketplace,” says Mayur Ramgir (mayurramgir.com), president and CEO of Zonopact Inc., a software development firm that specializes in innovative business solutions. Don’t get him [...]

What is Gamification and How Can It Help My Business?

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Gamification is a business tool representing a whole new direction for achieving the goals you have set for your company. But small businesses have been shying away from it because of the emphasis on large, global enterprises deploying the technology. That’s too bad because gamification is a tool small businesses can easily implement to create innovative programs allowing them to compete with large brands. So What is Gamification? The simplest definition of gamification is:  a process for integrating game mechanics into something that already exists to motivate participation, engagement and loyalty. This can be almost anything, from your website to social [...]

Best 5 Tips for Seasonal Hiring

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While some businesses may have already hired extra staff for the summer, others are still in the throes of interviewing and reference checking. Hiring seasonal workers can be a stressful task for a business owner, but using these five tips can make it easier. Tips for Hiring Seasonal Employees 1. Create a Clear Job Description Focus on writing a job description that presents your company in a favorable light and provides a clear, accurate description of job duties, says Jennine Rochlin Leale, founder of HRPro Consulting Services LLC. This can help you avoid hiring what could become a disgruntled, unproductive [...]

Can Your Company Actually Afford a Small Business Loan?

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By Carl Faulds When you’re seeking financing, particularly financing to power growth, it’s all too easy to overlook one important question: Can your small business actually afford the borrowing? Here are steps to take to determine whether your small business can afford a loan. Calculating your debt service coverage ratio To understand what you can borrow, you first need to know what you can afford to repay. In turn, this will require you to calculate your debt service coverage ratio (DSCR). Put simply, the DSCR is the ratio of cash you have available to service debt (which could mean repaying [...]

A Guide For Developing Content For Social Media Platforms

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Social media is everywhere. We are wired in to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and live by our devices day in and day out. While there are a range of potential concerns that come with social media, there is plenty of good that can be done through this powerful medium. With its personal reach into our lives and our willingness to share and expose parts of ourselves, social media is, for many of us, part of our identity. As businesses and people concerned with behaviour change it’s vital that we’re leveraging this powerful tool to enhance our ability to make a [...]

7 Marketing Mistakes That Startups Should Avoid

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Marketing is the lifeblood of any startup, but it’s not always a walk in the park. In fact, marketing mistakes are often unavoidable, especially in the early stages of your business. While there is no surefire method to marketing success, there are plenty of mistakes you can avoid to improve your chances of building your brand. 1. Hiring an in-house staff early on Being careful with spending and staffing is extremely valuable, especially early on in your company’s development. What you don’t need are any superfluous expenditures when you’re just starting out, and that’s exactly what an in-house marketing staff [...]

Apply These 10 Techniques to Improve Your Business Handshake

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Making a good impression in any small business is about getting off to a good start. A handshake is very often the first contact you’ll make with a prospect and you need to get it right. Denise Dudley is a career guru, author of Work It!, Get In , Get Noticed, Get Promoted and a behavioral psychologist. Small Business Trends spoke with her about the rules for shaking hands properly and how to leave that first impression that works. Rules for a Business Handshake Stand Up “Handshaking is always better if you can do it when you’re standing,” Dudley says. [...]

25 Basic Marketing Strategies for Beginners

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Not every small business has a marketing budget like the bigger companies. More often than not, entrepreneurs don’t even have a lot of extra time to get the word out on their goods and services. These basic marketing strategies for novices have been designed to fill that gap. Basic Marketing Strategies Optimize Your Content Keywords attract clients. They need to be placed in strategic locations in the text on your website. Make sure they work with the topics your customers are searching for. Advertise Online Facebook Ads and Google Ads work great. These are cheaper than print, television and radio [...]

Secrets of Swagger Shows How to Craft a Distinctive Brand

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Usefulness Content Freshness "Secrets of Swagger: How to Own Your Cool in Life and Business", by TicketCity founder Randy Cohen, is a fun and entertaining read about the fundamental elements of personal and business branding. Using examples from his own company and the lives of big-name celebrity brands (Lady Gaga, Oprah Winfrey, Ari Emanuel, etc.), Randy Cohen demonstrates how business can develop their own brand of "cool" (aka "swagger") by embracing communication, creativity, courage, charisma, and more. Written by a business owner in the entertainment industry, Secrets of Swagger: How to [...]

10 Ways to Increase Your Chances of Entrepreneurial Success

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Being a successful entrepreneur takes more than just a great business plan. You have to build great habits, stay inspired and use the best strategies for your business idea. For more on how you can increase your chances of small business success, take a look at these tips from members of the online small business community. Build Successful Habits If you want to be successful, you need to build the right habits and routines. And it can help to consider the routines of others who have found success. This post by Dipti Parmar of E2M Solutions features an interview with [...]

These Are the Best and Worst States to Start a Business in 2017

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What is the best state to start your new business. Is it a big city? A thriving suburb? A bustling little rural community? How about North Dakota? A new study carried out by WalletHub looked at 50 states using 20 key indicators to determine “2017’s Best and Worst States to Start a Business.” And it found North Dakota to be the state with the best business environment for startups. The worst? That dubious distinction belongs to the Garden State, New Jersey. The Methodology WalletHub deployed the services of eight distinguished professors from universities such as Colgate, DePaul, Georgetown, Purdue, and [...]

Students pitch their business ideas Shark Tank-style to local investors

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If you didn’t know any better, you’d be forgiven for thinking you just walked into an episode of “Shark Tank.” But unlike the show, the investors weren’t looking to break hearts, they were hoping to kick-start futures. Twelve Clovis and Fresno students, or CEOs, rather, appeared last week before a panel of investors to pitch their businesses, in hopes of turning their dreams into reality. The forum hall at Clovis Community College was bustling with nerves and excitement from both parents and students. Even the members of the investor panel were buzzing with positive energy. The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, or [...]

Russia investigation, climate change and business ideas: What’s happened this week under Trump

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Healthcare is so last week. At least, that’s what it seems like when we take a look at this week. The main headlines so far have centered on the investigation into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election. Let’s get to it: Last weekend A U.S.-led coalition conducted an airstrike believed to have killed more than 200 civilians in Mosul, according to an initial investigation. If the airstrike is found to be responsible for the fatalities, it would be the deadliest civilian casualty incident since the U.S. military began its involvement. The Twitter president strikes again. He already blamed [...]

Trump plans office to bring business ideas to government

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Catherine Lucey, Associated Press Updated 1:39 pm, Monday, March 27, 2017 Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais, AP FILE - In this Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, file photo, White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner, right, listens to President Donald Trump speak during a breakfast with business leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. Trump is set to announce a new White House office run by his son-in-law, Kushner, that will seek to overhaul government functions using ideas from the business sector. less FILE - In this Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, file photo, White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner, right, [...]

Trending best business ideas for 2017 – St George News

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Business ideas | Image by ipopba / iStock / Getty Images Plus, St. George News FEATURE — The best business ideas are innovative and creative, but to be successful, you also need to choose a concept that is in demand. While this article won’t replace your own research, it is a good primer on the type of businesses that are likely to be trending upward for the foreseeable future. Senior care services As people live longer, the number of elderly and retired people will continue to grow. Two business ideas that take advantage of our country’s changing demographics are home care [...]

RunTheCEO: the 10k run where budding entrepreneurs can pitch their business ideas to CEOs

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Who runs the world? CEOs, and they move at a furious pace. Even if you have a foolproof idea for a business pitch, it’s hard to get 10 minutes with the backer you need to make your start-up dreams a reality. Time is money, and both are in short supply when you’re stuck at square one.  That’s where RunTheCEO comes in. The brainchild of Mancunians Alexander Howarth, 23, and Olivia Marks, 22, a West Hampstead couple who have been dating (and running) for five years, its model is simple: take a CEO on a 10km run through Hyde Park, where a [...]

Trump to unveil team that will use business ideas to overhaul government

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President Trump plans to unveil a new White House office Monday with sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises — such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction — by harvesting ideas from the business world and, potentially, privatizing some government functions. The White House Office of American Innovation, to be led by Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior advisor, will operate as its own nimble power center within the West Wing and will report directly to Trump. Viewed internally as a SWAT team of strategic consultants, the office will be staffed [...]

Young entrepreneurs prepare to present business ideas | News, Sports, Jobs

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Members of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy’s first class are gearing up to present their business ideas to the local business community. The 22 class members — some who have partnered — will present their plans to an investor panel beginning at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Devorris Downtown Conference Center. “There will be 16 presentations. Each student has five minutes to present, and then the investors have the chance to ask several questions. At the conclusion of the presentations, the investor panel will deliberate to decide on funding allotments and ultimately determine Blair County’s top YEA! business,” said Jim Kilmartin, [...]

Sexy small-business startup ideas

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Subscribe today for full access on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. Subscribe Now Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Sexy small-business startup ideas You might want to look to the bedroom for your small-business idea. Because, and I know this might shock you, sex sells. Post to Facebook Try Another Audio CAPTCHA Image CAPTCHA Help CancelSend Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Rhonda Abrams, @RhondaAbrams 12:03 a.m. ET March 27, 2017 CLOSE The Asbury Park [...]

Trump taps Kushner to lead a SWAT team to fix government with business ideas

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President Trump plans to unveil a new White House office on Monday with sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises — such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction — by harvesting ideas from the business world and, potentially, privatizing some government functions. The White House Office of American Innovation, to be led by Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, will operate as its own nimble power center within the West Wing and will report directly to Trump. Viewed internally as a SWAT team of strategic consultants, the office will be [...]

Trump taps Kushner to lead overhaul of government using business ideas

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President Donald Trump plans to unveil a new White House office on Monday with sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises - such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction - by harvesting ideas from the business world and, potentially, privatizing some government functions. The White House Office of American Innovation, to be led by Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, will operate as its own nimble power center within the West Wing and will report directly to Trump. Viewed internally as a SWAT team of strategic consultants, the office will [...]

Utah youth entrepreneur students get chance to present ideas to

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SANDY, Utah (ABC4 News) Several Utah students are getting a chance to present their own business ideas and during the annual Investor Panel Shark Tank Event being held at Living Planet Aquarium in Sandy.  The students are all part of the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneurs Academy. Two of those students sat down with ABC4's Glen Mills to talk about the upcoming events.  Madelyn Clawson, 16, a junior at Brighton High School and Willow Sutton, 11, who is home-schooled within the Granite School District, are participants with the Academy.  Madelyn has been a member of the Academy for five months and [...]

Indian Startups, Entrepreneurs, Founders, Stories, News, Resources, Research, Business Ideas, Product and App …

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You should do as much online advertising as you can to garner adequate traffic to your online material.Below are 10 most effective ways to enhance your online content for higher ranking. 1. Make a market plan The first thing you need to do is figure out what it is you want to do and what you want to achieve both in the short term and in the long term. The goals you establish should be able to reach as many people as possible and to increase your sales if your content is business oriented. Your other goal should be to [...]

Meredith Students Get Chance to Test Entrepreneurial Skills

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The Meredith Social Entrepreneurship Challenge (MSEC) is giving students an opportunity to test their skills in a “Shark Tank” style competition. The final stage of the Challenge will be a Community Showcase on Wednesday, April 12 in Johnson Hall rotunda. From 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., the community can view poster exhibits, speak to semi-finalists about their proposals, and vote for their favorite idea. The winners will be announced at the showcase. The MSEC, sponsored by the School of Business, was created in response to the increasing popularity of entrepreneurial businesses. “Fifty-five percent of the U.S. workforce now works for [...]

Ideas sought to help revitalize Glace Bay and area

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The public is invited to the first stakeholder engagement session being organized by Business Cape Breton. The session is scheduled for 6-9 p.m., Wednesday at the Glace Bay fire hall. Eileen Lannon-Oldford, CEO of Business Cape Breton, said all stakeholders — businesses, organizations, individuals and the private sector — are encouraged to share their concepts. “It’s really important, all those stakeholders have an opportunity to identify improvements and projects that can be done that would benefit not only Glace Bay, Dominion and Reserve Mines — which is most important — but also the overall well being and economic development of [...]

Big Ideas for Small Business

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Whether you’re looking to start your own small business or grow your current company, a national campaign that’s underway is hoping to help! Wednesday, March 22, marks Small Business Development Centers Day. According to those who work for SBDC, “the mission of America’s nationwide network of these facilities is to help new entrepreneurs realize the dream of business ownership, and to assist existing businesses to remain competitive in the complex marketplace of an ever-changing global economy.” Newswatch 16’s Ryan Leckey teamed up with various SBDC representatives from across the area in Scranton and explained the help that is available. You can also [...]

Have you an idea for an agri-food business with global appeal?

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Food Works, which claims to be Ireland’s leading accelerator programme for food and drink start-ups, is seeking applicants for 2017. Run by Bord Bia, Enterprise Ireland and Teagasc, the programme aims to foster and encourage innovative new product ideas which satisfy a genuine market need. It is also hoped the programme will support the growth of the Irish food industry on a global scale. Since 2012, Food Works has worked with almost 70 start-ups in developing scaleable and export-focused business ideas. To date, one in five of the start-ups that have taken part in the programme have achieved export success. A total of [...]

Business dreams grow from weekend experience

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VALLEJO — People came from around the area to polish their dreams of becoming their own business owner to perfection with the help of a 48 crash course over the weekend. Dan Ryken from Benicia has been a sales consultant, writer and voice coach, and planned a digital voice-over narration consultancy during the 48 Hackathon business launch competition presented by Solano County Small Business Development Center. He believes in this dream so much he missed his 11th wedding anniversary to attend. “This is a realization of a dream, and my wife said ‘go do it,’” Ryken said. He won the two-day competition with [...]

Washington County Chamber of Commerce announces business challenge winners | News

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ABINGDON, Va. — A tiny house builder, a 3-D printing studio and an art studio were the top winners of the fourth annual Washington County Business Challenge Thursday. The challenge asks locals with existing businesses or new business ideas to sign up to win up to $5,000. Around 18 people applied this year, but only six winners were chosen. The winners were presented with checks Thursday at the county’s Chamber of Commerce Breakfast. Brian Zier, of Damascus, was the first place start-up winner with his business Trail Town Tiny Houses. Zier will build tiny houses on wheels that are constructed [...]

City seeks to keep students, business ideas in community

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When Jake Day was on the Salisbury University campus last week announcing the “Buy a Home, Build a Business” program, he had conversations with students already interested in staying in town and launching companies. “We talked to some students looking to start a restaurant. Most young people are interested in products. One is creating a helmet for motorcycles where you get projected imagery on a screen, like the fuel gauge, to make it safer,” Day told the Salisbury Independent. Two groups are working on enhancements for athletic equipment. “One is a training football, designed by a young woman, that helps [...]

Competitive business — ISU sends 6 teams to Boise for Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge | Members

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POCATELLO — Six teams from Idaho State University are finalists in the 2017 Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge. Seventy student-led teams from universities across Idaho submitted their products and venture ideas to the competition, which is in its third year and is held at Boise State University. Judges scored each entry and narrowed the field to 26 total finalists. Along with the six team finalists from ISU are teams from colleges such as Boise State, the University of Idaho and BYU-Idaho. Story continues below video “They had to do a one-minute elevator pitch video for the judging panel to review, and then [...]

Startupnepal: How to pitch your business idea – Escalate

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Mar 13, 2017- If you’ve sat through a long boring lecture, you’ve probably felt how being able to communicate succinctly makes all the difference. This stands true even more so for entrepreneurs who are vying to change the world. Simply put, a startup at its core is an idea. Therefore, an idea is only as good as its communication. In a field as competitive as running a startup, where many people are struggling for attention, entrepreneurs who are able to make their point persuasively are the ones who will eventually succeed.  Most of us think of pitching or communicating the [...]

Sundown Rundown hears unique business ideas | Business News

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MANSFIELD -- Ingenuity and creative problem-solving were on display at the Sundown Rundown Wednesday evening at Old Bag of Nails. Four presentations were made in an effort to draw investments, participation, funding and attention to the very distinct projects. Musician Brandyn Armstrong pitched his Studio Stick company, which has gained the attention of rapper Fifty Cent and Scott Page, the original saxophonist for Pink Floyd. Armstrong developed a portable recording system using a smart phone to produce high-quality audio recordings. He is a recent recipient of a $25,000 start-up grant from the LCCC Innovation Fund and he's received notoriety in the music [...]

PHS students share business ideas | News

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Plattsmouth High School Business Program students used their researching skills to make the most of it for group projects presented to local city officials last Friday. The students are enrolled in the second course of the High School of Business program. Their Make the Most of It project was required in Dawn Danauskas’s business class. Groups were asked to research possible uses for empty lots and buildings in Plattsmouth. They presented their project results to Plattsmouth City Administrator Erv Portis, Plattsmouth Mayor Paul Lambert, Plattsmouth Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Cindy Cruse, Plattsmouth Main Street Association Director Charles Jones and [...]

BeingSmart phones by Salman Khan gives new business ideas: Dating apps to comedy show, these can be Bhaijaan’s…

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Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is all set to launch BeingSmart Android mobile phones business soon. The 51-year-old actor has already registered BeingSmart trademark for his smartphone venture. Salman Khan is also the founder of Being Human, a philanthropic foundation which also has its brand of clothing and jewellery line. Salman Khan, one of the profitable actors in Bollywood whose movies sets cash registers ringing is proving to be one of the leading entrepreneurs in the country. After seeing Salman’s interest in the smartphone business, BeingSmart, we are thinking which business Bhaijaan should invest next in? In our minds, there is [...]