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Most Mistakes Made By Entrepreneur During Networking

By Danial / February 6, 2017

Many aspiring entrepreneurs feels the utmost importance that is their networks, the more they have the greater that have in their success. Lets imagine that you want to build a beautiful garden behind your home. You walk around town finding the prettiest and colorful plants you can find. Coming back home tired but satisfy with […]

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7 Ways to Better Networking

By Danial / February 2, 2017

Most people offer advice to you on how to be better at networking. The process of networking involves you to interact with others, that’s just a start of it. If you want to make a better impression of yourself that ultimately builds a powerful personal network, then we must be cognizant of others’ expectations and […]

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Making Big Data User Friendly For Small Businesses

By Sally Yip / January 25, 2017

What do you think of when you think of “big data?” If you’re like most of us, you probably think of large-scale IT projects. You might think of detailed analytics that are designed to make your head spin. I mean, who needs to bother with all those annoying numbers, right? Well, here’s the thing: big […]

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5 Great Leadership Skills You Should Develop

By Sally Yip / January 25, 2017

The workplace today is vastly different from that of even just a decade ago – never mind the workplace of 25 or 30 years ago. And yet so many leaders are still leading the same way that they did in the past. The problem? Leadership skills aren’t stagnant. Not only are the demographics of the […]

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5 Things to Know If You’re Starting a Business Under 30

By Danial / January 23, 2017

So you decided to open up your own business, even though you’re still young and do not have that much in experience, that is still perfectly fine because most people when they start, they have some zero experience to start off with. There are many advantages to starting your own business when you are in […]

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How to Manage a Creative Team

By Sally Yip / January 14, 2017

Creatives aren’t like most people. As much as creatives talk about unequal treatment and different expectations, the truth is that creative professionals require a unique type of management to ensure they are as productive as possible. Left to their own devices, creatives can spend eons imagining ineffective albeit intriguing concepts, which means it takes a […]

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Important Areas of a Business You Should Consider Automating

By Sally Yip / January 10, 2017

Are you and your employees spending too much time working on non-productive tasks? It’s a common problem in many organizations and the time you waste doing these activities could be put to better use working on more productive things. Thankfully, you can automate most of the tedious and mundane duties you need to do in […]

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Overcoming the Top 5 Business Challenges of 2016

By The Staff of BizAngel Network / March 14, 2016

No one ever said that starting, running and growing a small business was easy. Most entrepreneurs know they’ve got their work cut out for them when they start up, but many are unprepared for just how difficult it can be until they get there. Platforms like VENTUREAPP, a marketplace for businesses to submit requests for […]

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15 Important Startup Lessons for New Entrepreneurs

By The Staff of BizAngel Network / March 12, 2016

No matter how much industry experience you have, you won’t know everything there is to know about running a business the moment you launch your first startup. There’s a pretty steep learning curve, and odds are you’ll find yourself saying, “I wish someone had told me that,” at least a few times along the way. […]

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Angel Investors Pumped $24 Billion Into Startups. Here’s How to Get Your Share

By The Staff of BizAngel Network / March 11, 2016

Angel investors are still the lifeblood of early-stage startups, despite the surge of activity in crowdfunding and an increasing early interest from venture capitalists. According to the Angel Capital Association, at least 300,000 people have made angel investments in the last two years, totaling $24 billion in the U.S. alone. These are all accredited investors […]

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Preventing Startup Suicide. Literally.

By The Staff of BizAngel Network / March 10, 2016

It’s hard to deny that altruism is a selling point. When millennials hit the job market, businesses were forced to confront a new reality — and it was definitely not business as usual. Suddenly, marketing wasn’t just about products. Now it’s about storytelling, and your company culture is part of the tale. 1. Why giving […]

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