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Millennials: Largest Group of Individuals

You may think Millennials are materialistic, stubborn, narrow-minded and ego-driven…But that isn’t necessarily true. Millennials want to work for companies they can be proud of, and buy products from companies that care. The largest group of individuals, according to the U.S. Census Bureau is people

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DON’T BECOME SPAM!

No matter what stage your startup is in, you’ll want to start or continue to grow your social media audience. The more people you reach on social media and through advertising, the better your launch and on-going sales will be. (Our list is sort of

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Up-and-Coming Technology

Remember when you used to be skeptical about online shopping? After all, we’re still weary about where we enter our credit card info. But when did the internet-of-things start taking over our lives? Many people overlook the opportunities in technology that are presented to them

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Branding Begins w/ YOUR Name

The wrong name for your brand can do worse than just fail to connect with customers; it can also result in time consuming, expensive, unconquerable legal and business hurdles. Finding the right name for your start-up can have a significant impact on your success. However,

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Which is best: Incubators or Venture Capitalists?

#Incubators were once the sleepy domain of universities and public development agencies. However, business incubators show life in the internet era. Focused on providing new ventures not just with funding, but also with services, advice, connections, and physical space, they offer a new way for

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Equity Investments — The New Crowdfunding

Would you invest 100$ into a crowdfunding start-up? Sure. But, how helpful is that as an investor? Translating an innovative concept into a thriving business is a complicated and unpredictable proposition. Traditional banks are often reluctant to fund vulnerable startups with what they perceive as unproven ideas. Considering