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  • 2018 Entrepreneur’s recipe for Problem Solving

    2018 Entrepreneur’s recipe for Problem Solving

    via Huffpost : As we recap 2017 and reflect upon our experiences, I could not help but think about the time few months ago when my company (a part of it) was in a very tricky situation. The first reaction was – I am done, there is no way out of it. The second reaction – I can turn a blind eye and move on and things will get better by itself. The third reaction […]

  • How Women Entrepreneurs Can Make A Better 2018

    How Women Entrepreneurs Can Make A Better 2018

    via Forbes : 2017 is drawing to a close; it’s been a tough year, but it has also been one of a great deal of progress. Capped by the ongoing reckoning of sexual predation and assault, this year has been the starkest reminder that progress for women tends to be conditional: we get welcomed into the workforce at the price of sexual exploitation, and when that exploitation is challenged, our right to be angry is called […]

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    Planning to be an entrepreneur? Ask yourself these 5 questions first

    via Economic Times : Starting a small business is on the minds of so many people these days. Not necessarily the kind that would fire the imagination of a venture capitalist and get listed at an eye-popping premium. We are talking about enterprises that are being set up by people who want to be their own bosses; who are tired of the office routine; who see business ideas around; who want to earn more and enjoy […]

  • Office Entrepreneur Worker Undertake Computer Man

    Planning To Be An Entrepreneur? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First

    via Economic Times : Starting a small business is on the minds of so many people these days. Not necessarily the kind that would fire the imagination of a venture capitalist and get listed at an eye-popping premium. We are talking about enterprises that are being set up by people who want to be their own bosses; who are tired of the office routine; who see business ideas around; who want to earn more and enjoy […]

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    The Rise of Myanmar’s Social Entrepreneurs

    via devex : SAN FRANCISCO — Thirteen years ago, Debbie Aung Din and Jim Taylor moved to Myanmar with their two children to launch Proximity Designs. The nonprofit aims to make rural families more prosperous by designing, creating, and selling products that boost the productivity and incomes of farmers. The 555,000 households they have reached typically earn an additional $250 a year, which they invest in feeding their families, improving their farms, and sending their kids […]

  • How a 13-year-old Aussie Entrepreneur is Winning Hearts at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India

    How a 13-year-old Aussie Entrepreneur is Winning Hearts at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India

    via The Sydney Morning Herald : Ivanka Trump may be dominating the headlines in India, but at age 13, Hamish Finlayson – the youngest entrepreneur at this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit – is winning their hearts. The summit, now in its eighth year, is for the first time being held in South Asia. The fast-growing tech city of Hyderabad is hosting more than 1500 entrepreneurs and investors from 150 countries around the world. Finlayson is becoming one […]

  • Three Startup Myths Holding You Back

    Three Startup Myths Holding You Back

    via Forbes : In its first week on sale, Walter Isaacson’s biography of Apple founder Steve Jobs sold 379,000 copies, achieving the biggest week of sales for any book in the U.S. I have yet to meet a business owner who hasn’t read it and, no doubt, the army of aspiring entrepreneurs looking to learn from the master contributed significantly to the book’s record-breaking sales. Steve Jobs was indeed an incredible individual, but it’s precisely his […]

  • 7 Reasons You’d Make a Successful Entrepreneur

    7 Reasons You’d Make a Successful Entrepreneur

    via TheStreet : Entrepreneurs are often innovative people who are willing to take a risk and tackle problems, but always strive to remain at the forefront of innovation in order to remain one step ahead of their competitors. Entrepreneurs are often innovative people who are willing to take a risk and tackle problems, but always strive to remain at the forefront of innovation in order to remain one step ahead of their competitors. Small business owners […]

  • How Students Can Jump Straight From The Classroom To Successful Entrepreneurship

    How Students Can Jump Straight From The Classroom To Successful Entrepreneurship

    via Forbes : This revelation might seem counterintuitive, but the environment in which Millennials must operate is difficult. This generation carries more debt than its predecessors, much of it in the form of student loans, which encourages them to seek steady paychecks rather than the risks of entrepreneurship. Even the final option of bankruptcy provides little comfort, as student loans are usually not eligible to be discharged. Despite the obstacles, young entrepreneurs do have options. With […]

  • How Refugees Overcome The Odds To Become Entrepreneurs

    How Refugees Overcome The Odds To Become Entrepreneurs

    via The Conversation : Refugees face monumental challenges when starting a business. Many lack formal education, capital, social capital (relationships in the community), English language skills, and knowledge of the local market and regulations. Our research into a community of Hazara refugees provides some insight into how they overcome the odds. Over time they saved money from their jobs to raise start-up capital, often starting their business in partnership with friends and family members. Some turned […]