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Reasons for Entrepreneurs to Get Business Credit Cards

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing  Easy access to funds is one of the most important aspects of growing a new business.  And getting a business credit card is the best way to fund business purchases and payments even when you don’t have enough cash on hand or in a bank account. there are several ways…

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How Entrepreneurs Are Made

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing In America, we often tout our freedom in our economic system. It truly is a privilege to have an open system of economics that is available to every citizen. But where did that system come from? Why is it better than one controlled by the government?  In government controlled markets…

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CoinAgenda Launches Virtual Event Series to Remotely Connect Cryptocurrency Investors and Entrepreneurs

CommPRO Editorial Staff CoinAgenda,  the global conference series connecting blockchain and cryptocurrency investors with startups, announced its CoinAgenda Virtual Event Series. Hosted online and open to anyone in the global crypto community, CoinAgenda’s Virtual Event Series aims to promote ongoing blockchain investment and adoption despite the current public health crisis and the resulting travel and…

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5 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Find Balance

Michael G. Goldsby, Ph.D. In an interview with The New York Times last year, Tesla founder Elon Musk described the “excruciating” personal toll the job takes on him, including 120-hour workweeks. Science backs up conventional wisdom that says overwork can lead to entrepreneurial burnout. To succeed as an entrepreneur over the long haul and achieve a reasonable work-life equilibrium,…

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Bio Engineering and Bacteria Boost Jasmina Aganovic’s Entrepreneurship Journey

Bruce Mendelsohn, Principal, The Hired Pen At 14 years old, Jasmina Aganovic looked in the mirror and saw her future. Struggling with a common adolescent skin condition, Jasmina wanted to understand how applying to her face indecipherable and unpronounceable chemicals would help heal her. Twenty years later, Jasmina’s insatiable curiosity and indomitable entrepreneurial spirit has carved…

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Bootstrapping Tips for Entrepreneurs: What Works and Why

Marty Schultz, Co-founder of ObjectiveEd What’s the best way to mark World Entrepreneurs’ Day? Ensuring that entrepreneurs have the tools they need to grow their companies! We often hear that raising capital is vital to get a startup off the ground—but another strategy, bootstrapping, actually works better. Increasingly, entrepreneurs are realizing they’ll be better off…

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Celebrating The Spirit of Entrepreneurship

Lorrie Thomas Ross, CEO of Web Marketing Therapy® Entrepreneurship is commonly defined as “the act of designing, launching and running a new business, which often comes with taking on greater financial risks in order to do so.” While this definition is factual, it’s scientific and soulless – missing the art, and most importantly, the heart and spirit…

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One Story At A Time: In Observance of World Entrepreneurs’ Day

Ahmed Flex Omar, Co-Founder and Deputy Director for MALA Today we celebrate World Entrepreneurs’ Day in an effort to bring awareness and appreciation for entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership throughout the world. Social entrepreneurship is a responsibility. Coming from a corporate and finance background, I realized that entrepreneurship is not just about simply taking risks or…

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Women’s Entrepreneurship Day to be Held November 17th at the United Nations

CommPRO Editorial Staff The Annual International Women’s Entrepreneurship Day [WED] convenes at the United Nations in New York City on Friday, November 17th, 2017 to empower women and girls globally to help alleviate poverty. The grassroots mission and message to empower women and girls to become active participants in the economy by igniting a network of…

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A Lesson in Entrepreneurship from My Mom

By Samson Williams, Chief Strategy Officer, CoFunder “Do you make $12k a month? Then shut up til you do.” The smell of frying tortillas and cumino seasoned ground beef led me to the kitchen. Where I walked into a conversation with my mom and her friend discussing business. My mom was flipping tortillas with fork skills that only…

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Circular Board Announces Second Circular Summit for Women Entrepreneurs

By CommPro.biz Editorial Staff Circular Board, an accelerator for women entrepreneurs, announced the second Circular Summit, a convening of high-growth female founders, mentors, investors and media. Centered on the theme of getting real in order to create a stronger, bolder, more open ecosystem for women entrepreneurs, Circular Summit will take place March 30-31, 2017 in…

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Best & Worst States for Small Business According to U.S. Entrepreneurs

A CommPRO News Update In a period of declining business startups in the United States, the fifth annual Thumbtack Small Business Friendliness Survey offers insights about what governments can do to support entrepreneurship and reverse the tide. Skilled professionals say the most important factor affecting their success and ability to start, grow and sustain a…

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Executive Briefing 2.8.16 – The Role of the CEO in Communications; UnMoney…The Value of Everything; Are Entrepreneurs Born or Made?

In today’s Executive Briefing Ray Kotcher, Senior Partner and Chairman of Ketchum, discusses the role of the CEO in communications with Doug Simon, President & CEO of D S Simon Media on VlogViews.  Also included, we take a look at UnMoney: The Value of Everything. As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like to take a moment…

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