Beatrice Fischel-Bock was included in our "30 Under 30," thanks to her role as CEO and cofounder of the design app, Hutch. Check out why transparency and trust are keys to her managerial style, how she powers through her exploding inbox, and why stoicism is so critical to her.
The dental industry is fragmented, unaffordable for most, and has built in incentives that go against long-term patient health. Blockchain technology and a new altcoin called Dentacoin can change that while providing a model for other health industry reforms.
...businesspeople generally know that legal prohibitions against copying trademarks are not limited just to words, names, or logos, but can also extend to other things like packaging, labeling, or anything else that may confuse consumers.
Max Tokarsky wants to talk about funding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. But he’s not talking about just asking major corporations or the government or even Big Pharma for help. Tokarsky wants everyone to pitch in. And he’s figured out a way we can.
If you’re just starting out or have recently launched, it’s obvious that you don’t have millions of dollars in your marketing budget. The good news is that with the right strategy, you can market to your consumers with the right messages in the right marketing channels at the right time.
I didn’t need the numbers to tell me about the benefits of talking less and listening to my team - I see it in my interactions with the team. Here, I share a few best practices I’ve learned while zipping it up and leaning in (literally) to listen.
U.S. activists are increasingly looking towards the U.K. as a viable market for capital gains as the U.S. market remains stern with deeply entrenched players. As the U.K. engagement environment continues to grow, it’s development reflects that of where the U.S. once was...
How one brand went from charging $30/month to making over $1 Million by changing their marketing to a premium service.
Online accelerator Springboard Enterprises has connected hundreds of women entrepreneurs to its network of experts who have “been there, run that.”
Debating pros and cons comes way too easy to us. Why do we do it? First, it is a simple method that everyone can remember and apply. Second, the words 'pros' and 'cons' constitute just about the only shared vocabulary we have for making decisions. Nonetheless, it's a bad method.
What's the optimal way to allocate resources between on-site and off-site content in your content marketing campaign?
Women entrepreneurs can be successful and still be nice, says Fran Hauser, author of 'The Myth of the Nice Girl.' Here are her five tips on how to do it.
Historically, the women here haven’t had many opportunities to interact with others from a different socio-economic or geographic location in D.C. alone, something that can make a world of difference in terms of their access to influence and resources.
Attorney client privilege matters when in comes to your taxes, and how you get and keep it turns out to be tricky.
How do salespeople effectively use email marketing to break through and get a budget owner’s attention? Here are the ways I’ve found to be most effective from a client perspective.
Section 199A was enacted as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to provide a tax break for "small businesses." A recent report by the Joint Committee of Taxation, however, revealed that nearly half of the benefit of Section 199A goes to those making more than $1,000,000 annually.
What are you waiting for? Here’s how you can develop the confidence to make an impact and advance your career.
In 2017, 79 percent of all global desktop search traffic came from Google -- and if you follow these five steps, your blog content and landing pages will benefit from increased organic search engine rankings, too!
Having a marketing strategy is important, whether you’re a small mom-and-pop business or a major corporation. But just as important is the ability to act quickly when great marketing opportunities present themselves. It's important to be nimble enough to stray from your marketing plan.
From full-time owner to now employed contractor, this local auto repair owner of over three decades is still doing what he loves, without the hefty responsibilities of small business ownership. Here's how he made the transition: