Posts Tagged with "Successful Entrepreneur"


Wednesday, March 23, 2016


Being a mom is no easy job. Once you bring a little person into this world, your life ceases being your own. Throw a marriage and business on top of that and you officially have the toughest job in the world – being a “mompreneur”. Truth be told, being a mother, wife, and businesswoman all […]

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8 Rules That Will Help You Create a Successful Business

Sunday, August 16, 2015


More and more college graduates are opting to cope with the uncertainty of the job market by launching directly into business after graduation. Most people in employment are also opting for a side business to provide extra security should they lose their job or should they have to contend with a salary cut. The threat […]

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Lawsuit Funding Companies – Banking on the Small Entrepreneur

Saturday, July 18, 2015

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If you are a keen business executive, you must have observed the temerity with which small enterprises are fighting Fortune 500 in court. This is unusual considering these large conglomerates are flush with cash to crash plaintiffs. Well, the secret lies in litigation financing, an aspect of financing that can help you safeguard your business […]

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The Shark Tank Formula For Startup Success

Monday, November 24, 2014

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to launch a successful startup? ABC’s reality TV show, Shark Tank, demonstrates what it’s like for entrepreneurs to go through the process of pitching their business ideas to investors (otherwise known as sharks). Over the course of five seasons, there have been 337 pitches and only 186 deals. […]

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8 Points That Could Save a Start-Up from Messing Up

Thursday, February 20, 2014


This article is built on the experiences of entrepreneurs who had fallen flat on their faces while trying to manage and host their start-up ventures. We think of a mind-boggling business idea and expect it to spark up as soon as we prepare a proposal. Well, it never works that way. However good or bad […]

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