Living With Roommates: 5 Expert Tips For Decorating On A Budget

How To Build Your Network From Scratch As A Startup Founder

FROM INC42:  I always wanted to be the kind of person who eats oysters. The trouble is, they’re slimy, briny, and still alive as you tip their shells into your mouth—just the thought of them used to make my stomach turn. That’s why I developed a little practice called Try It Until You Don’t Hate It Anymore: It took four months of forcing down bivalves, […]

6 Tips For Expanding Your Startup Internationally

FROM FORBES:  No matter where your startup is based or how big your local market, there’s a whole world out there with billions of potential clients and users. Expanding your startup internationally may be just the growth strategy you need to take your company to the next level. Find out more here.

These startups are betting the house on co-living

When Ajay Yadav first began telling landlords and brokers about his startup Roomi, a sort of Tinder for roommates, he was surprised by how many of them swiped left. The roommate-matching startup’s potential market in New York, where most young people share pads, is huge. And yet Yadav found that real estate executives didn’t see the product as relevant to them. Find out why here.

How to Build the Best Advisor Network for Your Company

FROM INC:  If I’ve learned one lesson as an entrepreneur, it’s this: Know when to ask for help. Founders have to manage all components of their company at once, but the good news is that they don’t have to do it on their own. There’s a reason why Mark Zuckerberg sought out Steve Jobs during Facebook’s early days, or why Google founders Larry Page and […]

How Securing Startup Funding In India Differs From The U.S.

FROM FORBES:  As the startup ecosystem in India continues to take off, it’s interesting to note the unique way Indian entrepreneurs go about their fundraising efforts. Certain patterns are universal in the lifecycle of a typical startup, and specific traits differ based on cultural and local norms. India and the US, two leading nations in tech innovation, are excellent subjects for examining universal elements of international […]

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Why A Young CEO Should Hire Industry Veterans

FROM FORBES:  With the abundance of talented young founders in global startup scenes, the idea of a budding CEO hiring a seasoned industry veteran has been poked fun at in movies and even the media. The truth is, however, that key senior hires can bring efficiency and wisdom to an often energetic chaos for which early-stage startups are notorious. Those with specialized training and previous […]

12 Best Strategies to Get on The Radar of Senior Leadership

While cold emails might be worth trying as a last resort, there is so much more you can do to strike up a conversation with a desired potential partner or mentor. That’s why we asked 12 entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) how they go about getting the attention of higher-ups. Read it here.  

Why The Expat Experience Makes For Good Entrepreneurs

FROM FORBES:  There are many immigrants at the helm of the world’s largest companies. In fact, 40% of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or their children. Google’s Sergey Brin, eBay’s Pierre Omidyar, Intel’s Andrew Grove, the list goes on. Why do so many expats seem to have entrepreneurialism in their blood? Find out more here.

More on The Shared Economy: For Millennials, Shared Living is Becoming a New Way of Life

FROM HUFFINGTON POST:  Once, living with roommates or housemates was a necessary way station between dorm life and settling down to buy a family home. Now, shared living is a bona fide life stage not only for millennials, but increasingly for Americans of all ages. Shared living can mean anything from standard shared apartments to shared houses or even the furnished, flexible co-living spaces of […]

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