The following article originally ran in my regular column at Forbes.com: “Tell me something unique or quirky about you. Something nobody knows.” Candace Klein, the founder of Bad Girl Ventures and SoMoLend…
Contributor Alan Hall (investor, entrepreneur and author) famously addressed the national trend toward entrepreneurship in his article Kiss Your Boss Goodbye. It’s Time to Be An Entrepreneur. Clearly he’s hit a hot button (or perhaps a resonant chord?)
Normally, I’m a fairly agreeable person – but the recent article Seven Business Mistakes Serial Entrepreneurs Never Make Twice by Forbes contributor John Greathouse, gave me pause. Two of the seven “mistakes” John names are actually strategic weapons I’d suggest every company–especially in its early and growth stages–consider strongly.
As the head of a communications company in Salt Lake City, we’ve seen hundreds of growth companies and thousands of startups. In fact, thanks to the Grow America Springboard™ $1M competition in Utah right now, we’ve seen and reviewed nearly a thousand startups already this year.
Experts from Snapp Conner PR will lead a discussion on innovative new methods to marry PR with sales and lead generation at the Utah Technology Council’s (UTC)
I recently attended a meeting where we started the meeting by playing a game called “Remembering the Future.” The objective of the game was to think ahead one year into the future, and ask ourselves “We had an incredibly successful year in our organization.
How many times has every woman entrepreneur heard the statement, “Wow, you’re so lucky to be your own boss!” or “How did you know you wanted to start your own company?”