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Gay entrepreneur launches bid for metro Atlanta Congressional seat

5 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Project Q

Adam Wynn – a gay Democrat and self-employed entrepreneur – launched a bid for a metro Atlanta Congressional seat, hoping to unseat an incumbent who has condemned LGBT people and cozied up to supporters who do the same.

Company builder Entrepreneur First is expanding to Berlin

Entrepreneur First (EF), the London-headquartered company builder that invests in individuals “pre-team, pre-idea” to help create new technology startups, is continuing to expand internationally. Following adding an outpost and program...Show More Summary

On Female African Entreprneurs - Manatex Fabrics a "Mama Benz" Company

A Credit Suisse post on the rise of female African entrepreneurs"Mama Benz" Maggy Lawson of Lomé, Togo, grew rich by trading in brightly printed cotton. This brilliant businesswoman is not an isolated case. Nowhere are there as manyShow More Summary

Nonprofit Book Review: Social Startup Success – A Must Read for 2018

One of my favorite activities is to do a networking walk on The Dish trail, a five mile somewhat challenging hike adjacent to the Stanford University campus, a location where Silicon Valley start up entrepreneurs have famously walked and made deals or come up with great ideas.… Read More

8 Elements Of A Mindset For Success In Your Business

Maybe starting a new business isn’t your passion, but in these days of rapid change, where everyone is dealing with uncertainty, I believe that thinking and acting like entrepreneurs will help you get ahead in any profession. In simple terms this means taking control of your life, going after something you love to do, and taking action. Show More Summary

Follow These 4 Tips to Keep Fit While Running Your Business

I you want to become a healthy entrepreneur in 2018, check out these 4 tips for finding time to exercise during your very busy days.

5 Questions Retirees Should Ask Before Starting a Small Business

Retirement is a time to kick back, slow down, and do all of the things you didn't have time to do during your "clock-punching" years. But for an increasing number of retirees, becoming an entrepreneur is the new thing to do after leaving the workforce. In fact, the Bureau of Labor...

Just not cricket : A J Hunting ahead of his time

A J Hunting was an inventor and  innovator, an entrepreneur and sports promoter. His most successful venture was the development and promotion of speedway racing in the 1920s. In 1933 Hunting sought to build on his speedway success with a new venture. Cricket at that time was strictly an amateur sport. Queensland had been admitted... Read more

UK-based proptech firm Goodlord names successor to ex-Foxtons man

Reeve, who is taking his place as chief executive was a serial tech entrepreneur who was involved with Zoopla and other non-property start-ups. Continue reading UK-based proptech firm Goodlord names successor to ex-Foxtons man at Property Portal Watch.

4 Innovative Specialist Businesses That Spotted a Gap in the Market

Successful entrepreneurs often spot innovative opportunities that mere mortals overlook. They’ve got a knack for recognizing the potential of an innovative product or service. Or they develop an entirely new way of marketing things that already exist. Show More Summary

Rick Ross, Justin Combs, Sevyn Streeter, DJ Envy And More Turn Up For Larry Morrow And Angela Yee’s All Black Affair In New Orleans [PHOTOS]

Angela Yee Hosts Annual All Black Affair With Larry Morrow Angela Yee and New Orleans entrepreneur Larry Morrow hosted their annual All Black Affair this weekend in the N.O. Rick Ross, Justin Combs, Sevyn Streeter, DJ Envy, Kenny Bu...

Apply These 12 Tips from Successful Entrepreneurs to Keep Your Team Learning

If you want your small business to thrive while also retaining employees, you need to help them grow. Here are 12 tips to keep your employees learning.

Startup Republic: How France reinvented itself for the 21st century by wooing entrepreneurs to Paris

The City of Light is cutting through a long tradition of government bureaucracy to make it easy for global companies to launch in France. Steve Ranger went inside the phenomenon.

The four elements of entrepreneurship

Are successful entrepreneurs made or born? We’d need to start with an understanding of what an entrepreneur is. They’re all over the map, which makes the question particularly difficult to navigate. There’s the 14-year-old girl who hitches a ride to...        

Meet the RE Tech Founder: Greg Toschi from Onerent

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with the CEO of Onerent, Greg Toschi. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the CEO and co-founder of Onerent and the man of all hats involved from customer escalations, to funding, to business development. Show More Summary

Colorado Startup Summer

Every entrepreneur starts her journey somewhere. Colorado is a premier location for entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers. This is why I co-founded and commit a portion of my time to Startup Colorado; an organization that empowers and sustains startup communities across Colorado. Show More Summary

European Media Group Mediawan To Acquire 3 French TV Firms Including EuropaCorp TV

European media group Mediawan is to acquire three major French TV production companies including the television division of Luc Besson's Europacorp. Mediawan, which was formed by French entrepreneurs Pierre-Antoine Capton, Xavier Niel...Show More Summary

How 1 Tech Entrepreneur Is Harnessing Her Strength to Lift Up Other Women of Color

Clinay Cameron had no connections in Silicon Valley, growing up in Section 8 housing in Rialto, CA. As a kid, peers teased her about her weight, teachers talked down to her, and she endured the trauma of watching multiple gang-related shootings as a child - the first when she was just 5 years old. Show More Summary

Is the future of work necessarily glamorous? Digital nomads and 'van life'

Digital nomadism continues its steady rise in most western countries. It consists of a mobile lifestyle that encompasses corporate remote workers, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Laptops, smartphones, wi-fi connections, coworking spaces, coffee shops and public libraries are some of the key components of this new work culture.

10 Keys To Finding That Perfect-Fit Business Partner

In my experience, the initial idea for a new product usually comes from a single entrepreneur, but the implementation plan for a new business requires a team, or at least a co-founder. The reason is that any one person rarely has the bandwidth, interest, or skills to manage all the tasks required to build a business. Show More Summary

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