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Lessons Learnt About Business During COVID

This has been a testing period for small businesses as they had to revamp their entire business model to survive

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The pandemic has been an unforeseen situation for the whole world. It has brought about crisis and

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Entrepreneurs That Pivoted During The Coronavirus And Created Or Maintained A Successful Business

There’s no doubt that businesses have been hit hard this year. Just walk down the street and you’ll notice a flurry of ‘permanently closed’ signs, boarded windows and empty buildings. According to recent Yelp stats, 55% of the businesses that closed never came back again.

It’s all doom and gloom. But while some people look at the situation and run for the hills, others see life-changing business opportunities. By visualizing the path leading to success,

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3 Ways for Entrepreneurs to Stay Visible During the Pandemic

The world may not be back to normal yet, but you can still grow your business – and your personal brand.

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As an entrepreneur, you need to be your own cheerleader. Many entrepreneurs do not have the luxury of hiring marketing or public relations teams. Staying top of mind was easier pre-pandemic when we were able to go to events and

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5 Timesaving Automation Opportunities for Entrepreneurs

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Multitask much? According to science, you’re either fooling yourself into thinking you’re productive or simply stressing yourself out for no good reason. Sure, you might feel efficient when you’re running around, but as a Cleveland Clinic article asserts, our brains aren’t designed to tackle more than one high-level function at a time. We just can’t take it all in, even if

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3 Ways to Build a Resilient Business

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Consider the camel. 

This desert mammal might not be the most attractive creature. But a camel is built to last. Unlike other animals, camels can withstand extreme changes in body temperature and water consumption. You probably picture camels in the scorching, dry desert — but they can also survive in frigid mountain climates. 

Why is it? Camels evolved to be resilient,

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Small Business Loan Market to See Strong Investment Opportunity | Wells Fargo, MUFG Bank, The Japan Post Bank

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Nov 19, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
A new research document is added in HTF MI database of 200 pages, titled as ‘Global Small Business Loan Market Size study with, by Type (Short-term Loan, Medium term Loan, Long-term Loan), by Application (Large Enterprise, Medium-sized Enterprise, Small Companies) and Regional Forecasts 2020-2027’ with detailed analysis, Competitive landscape, forecast and strategies. The study covers geographic analysis

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Business Owner Anas Martirosian to Launch New Education System for Aspiring Young Entrepreneurs

The revolutionary education system is designed to give young entrepreneurs the skills to create personal brands

The technology today has given many bright young minds the opportunity to make an impact in the business world. Aside from innovative ideas and technology, some of the most important requirements of a successful business are having the right knowledge and skills. Notable public figure and business owner Anas Martirosian will be launching an education system for aspiring young

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Find Out How Corporate Racial Equity Programs Could Help Grow Your Business At Black Enterprise’s Entrepreneurs Summit

Months of protests against police brutality and systemic racism shook the world. As a result, corporate America has been compelled to respond to the nation’s history of racial inequities with statements, investments and diversity initiatives. To further tackle such disparities – especially the ever-widening racial wealth gap – many in corporate leadership roles have placed a specific emphasis on the advancement of Black-owned businesses.

But can this renewed commitment from corporate America really level the

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Google launches program in Houston for Black, LatinX small business owners

In an effort to assist Black and Latinx small businesses, Grow with Google is introducing its Digital Coaches Program in Houston.

According to Google, the Digital Coaches Program provides free digital skills training and coaching to help Black and Latinx small businesses reach new customers, thrive online, and grow.

An announcement made on Instagram revealed businesswoman Joy Hutton will serve as Houston’s digital coach.

Hutton is the founder of management consulting firm Joy of Consulting,

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Community Leaders, Philanthropists and Business Activists Join Forces to Launch the Black Entrepreneur Initiative

Community Leaders, Philanthropists and Business Activists Join Forces to Launch the Black Entrepreneur Initiative

New York, NY, November 12, 2020 –(– Nationwide Movement to Mobilize 100,000 Black Entrepreneurs Begins

The Black Entrepreneur Initiative, a broad coalition of Black community leaders, philanthropists, educators, clergy, and business leaders, united behind the mission of creating immediate change in the Black community, today launched a nationwide movement to mobilize 100,000 Black entrepreneurs. The Black Entrepreneur Initiative provides current and aspiring Black business owners with single-point access to the foundational entrepreneurial skills, tools and

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Entrepreneur and International Business Expert Aron Marquez: 7 Tips For Building A Championship Team For Your Business

MIDLAND, Texas, Nov. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — “Organizations need leaders to reach their potential. A motivated individual is a great thing because a motivated individual will always outperform their peers. But an organization full of highly-motivated people who aren’t on the same page is a disaster.”

That’s the idea at the core of entrepreneurial business expert Aron Marquez‘ new book, Never Settle: Leading With A Daring Vision, Plan And Winning Mindset (2020, Indie

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27-year-old entrepreneur from Greensboro starts her own business

Princess Reaves decided to take a leap of faith by opening ‘Believe Nutrition’ this past September. The juice shop sells shakes as well as energy drinks.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Twenty-seven-year-old Princess Reaves set her sights on making a change and reaching higher heights after quitting her full-time job to open a new business in the Triad.

The new entrepreneur just opened a juice shop named “Believe Nutrition.”

“I used to work for a commercial airline

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3 Student Business Pitches Win Annual Student Entrepreneurship Contest

Three Georgetown University entrepreneurs tied for first place at this year’s student business pitch competition.

The Bark Tank competition, which took place virtually Oct. 27, seeks to financially support business ventures created by Georgetown entrepreneurs, both undergraduate and graduate, by enabling students to pitch their business ideas for a chance to win up to $30,000 in prize money. 

Unlike previous years, three ventures tied for first place in this year’s competition: KnoNap, Button Helper and

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North America Business Plan Software Markets, 2020-2027 – High Reliance on Traditional Business Planning Tools Restraining Market Growth – Press Release

Dublin, Nov. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “North America Business Plan Software Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Analysis – by Platform (iOS, Windows, and Others), Deployment Type (On-Premise and Cloud), and Subscription Type (One-time, Monthly, and Annual)” report has been added to’s offering.

The business plan software market in North America is expected to grow from US$ 47, 454.11 million in 2019 to US$ 70, 810.77 million by 2027; it

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Young entrepreneur overcomes troubled childhood, opens beauty salon and inspires others

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    SOUTH ST. LOUIS, MO (KMOV) — In less than a month, a local 19-year-old entrepreneur is taking the leap into the small business world, all while setting an example for young girls.

Kaniya Slusher, 19, opened Major Beauty House salon in Dogtown on Nov. 1. The salon focuses on eye brow tinting and eyelash extensions, and Slusher said she plans to expand services down the road.

“I’m happy

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Entrepreneurs Need to Train Like Elite Athletes, According to a Former Pro Badminton Player

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Burnout, stress, anxiety, or fear can and often do impact entrepreneurs when they are trying to actualize their ideas and their ambitions. And, it is not uncommon for that wide-eyed ambition to be stalked by a silent sibyl questioning and prophesying some impending demise or imminent failure. Often, an entrepreneur will ask themselves questions like – will my startup experiment fail?

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Business coach Marc Galal shares 5 tips to help aspiring entrepreneurs scale up their businesses

Marc Galal is one of Europe’s leading NLP trainers and renowned business coaches. In this article, he shares 5 tips to help aspiring entrepreneurs scale up their businesses.

Adopt the right mindset

Choice is power. Entrepreneurs have already made the most important and difficult choice – to become entrepreneurs and leave their comfort zone. Once that decision is made, business becomes a series of choices, and your mindset is one of them. You can choose

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Here’s How a Justice Amy Coney Barrett Could Affect Entrepreneurs

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This week, Supreme Court confirmation hearings got underway for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s controversial, last-minute pick to fill Justice Ruth Ginsburg’s seat. Barrett’s pro-life stance and potential willingness to overturn Roe v. Wade has been the main topic of discussion. But where does she stand when it comes to business interests — for big and small companies — and protections for employees? Or contract workers? 

A recent

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10 Dangers of Becoming an Entrepreneur (and How to Face Them)

Millions of people around the world dream of becoming an entrepreneur. Be your own boss, work your own hours, and get to sit back and relax while telling others what work needs to be done.

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Now if only being an entrepreneur was that easy!


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Venturing out on your own path to not only run your own business but succeed at entrepreneurship, is a lot of risk even if

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7 Ways to Grow Your Business

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It’s one thing to start and launch a business. But identifying and optimizing a company’s growth potential is an entirely different matter. And it’s one that many entrepreneurs struggle with as their business takes off and as the business environment and consumer preferences evolve.

As I have developed my own business and watched those of my colleagues, there are many ways

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