Having run two businesses that failed, “Growth by Referrals” expert Stacey Brown Randall identified how she could both generate and maintain a consistent flow of client referrals --- over 100 in the first year of her third venture, which thrived, along with her entrepreneurial endeavors since then!
Are you a corporate professional who is considering entrepreneurship as a next career path? If so, you’ll benefit from the personal example and guidance of Drew Davis, a former startup COO who transitioned from a leadership role in the restaurant industry into starting a business.
What are the nuts and bolts of profitability and fulfillment in any business? Social entrepreneur Mac Prichard discusses the business model through which he builds brand awareness, likeability and trust in his expanding client community.
In his book “Marketing Multipliers: 11 Simple Tools to Grow Your Business,” marketing advisor, copywriter, and five-time author Kevin Donlin describes “marketing multipliers” as “anything that significantly increases the power of your marketing.”
As an Intellectual Property litigator and a lawyer for start-ups and entrepreneurs, Bobby Klinck guides businesses in creating an IP plan that enables them to protect their most valuable assets and avoid liability.
As an entrepreneur, how can you prepare for your transition to motherhood? Maternal health consultant, business owner, and parent Arianna Taboada will share how she collaborates with expecting entrepreneurs to plan for parental leave and post partum supports.
CEO and entrepreneur Lee Caraher, author of “The Boomerang Principle: Inspire Lifetime Loyalty From Your Employees,” suggests that “organizations who allow and encourage former employees to return have a strategic advantage over those that don’t.”
Which lifestyle changes are critical to your good health and peace of mind? If you’re making poor choices, or simply aspire to make the best choices you can, putting together a proven structure that will support improved habits and behaviors is key.
Just as fame provides athletes with the reach to promote social causes and serve as role models, it can also enable a distorted self-image and destructive, risky behaviors. Psychoanalyst Stanley Teitelbaum has spoken and written extensively on the realities of being a celebrity athlete.