73 percent of tech startup founders make less than USD 50,000 a year. Yet, so many budding entrepreneurs establish new startups today. What gives?
According to figures released by StartUp Britain, the number of startup businesses In Britain hit 500,000 in 2013, the first time that the figure head ever been achieved in the UK.
Although smartphones and tablets are significantly used for roaming and increases productivity, the research shows that desktops are still winning the battle of devices.
Is Apple Pay the end of PayPal? Will this new service give the computer giant access to data that will help them overtake Google as the premiere source for consumer marketing and purchase data? Click inside and see what Claire Cockerton, technology-driven financial services expert, has to say about Apple’s latest move.
Shiba Inu Bodhi the Menswear Dog makes thousands of dollar doing modelling, and big brands like Coach and Salvatore Ferragamo have already signed him up as their paid model.
Some of the biggest brands in the world today – McDonalds, Coca-Cola and KFC, for example – are created by those in retirement age. Is entrepreneurship the new retirement?
The well accepted general rule of thumb for business valuation says that a business is worth as much as 2-3 times of its annual profits. But as everything else in business, there are trends on it. So, what’s the trends right now?
In this video, successful employee turned entrepreneur Julie Meyer explains how all people in their 20’s have the mindset that they work for themselves; even if they’re an employee, and how this mindset is actually beneficial to employers.
Consumers are sick and tired of watching the same old tame and cheesy product ads. Check out this video, showing three companies who’ve went way over the top in an effort to increase their reach and find new clients (WARNING: #3 is really disturbing!)
Ashton Kutcher asks Gary Vaynerchuk about the social media platform that will be extinct in five years time. Gary Vee drops a bomb with his answer.
I found this interesting infographic the other day and figured it was worth a share. The graphic uses several authoritative resources to bring this top 10 business book selection to you including suggestions compiled by: The Economist, Goodreads, The Financial Times, Business Insider, Amazon, The Washington Post, NPR, The Kirkus Review, The Guardian, and a few others.
Instagram isn’t just for celebs, teenagers and college students who want to post sexy selfies anymore. Social is trending toward using this network to connect businesses with more customers in the coming year. This is a ground floor opportunity that you don’t want to miss out on!
The following list contains 20 surprising tech and marketing trends that will be gaining traction this year.
Addressing the much-talked-about issue of the declining of Facebook reach, Guy Kawasaki offers his epic advice to Mark Zuckerberg.