You’ve probably heard the saying, ‘It takes money to make money.’ While that is true, it doesn’t mean you need to spend a lot upfront to start a business.
Bring business ideas to life and match opportunities with your skills, experience and passions. Learn the basics of strategic planning and definitive view points on starting up.
To judge from old and misleading statistics across the internet, starting a business seems scarier than diving off a 100 ft. cliff.
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As the founder of a content marketing agency, my career path was more accidental than intentional. Since my agency career wasn’t carefully planned, I ended up making a lot of mistakes.
In spite of the popularity of the side hustle among millennials, we don’t want to be stocking grocery store shelves or staffing a fast food chain to rake in some extra dough. Many of us, myself included, are looking to our passions and skills and trying to discover ways to monetize those instead.
Online fashion sales are increasing. “With retail e-commerce sales worldwide expected to reach just over four trillion U.S. dollars in 2020, the global e-commerce industry appears to show no signs of slowing down.”
Starting a business is inherently a risky venture. You may not be able to control external factors, like a sudden fluctuation in the market. But there are many factors within your control.
Launching a startup idea without validation is like roasting an expensive, 20-pound organic turkey for a dinner party, only to find out the guests are vegans.