Entrepreneurship is thriving in the United States with approximately 543,000 new businesses created each month, according to Forbes. Starting a business, therefore, is not a hard thing to do, but getting the first client can be a daunting task. Here are five tips that will help you get your first business deal.
Almost the instant the concept of the sharing economy was introduced, it has skyrocketed into dozens of successful and established brands by offering everyone a chance to be their own boss and others the ability to outsource needs saving time by providing convenience. Author Chelsea Rustrum has spent the bulk of her adult life experimenting in this new sharing economy. Inspired by real-life experiences and research, she got a group of friends together to present their findings in the new book “It’s a Sharable Life.”
The recent uprising and subsequent meltdown of Reddit can be attributed to the age-old problem of letting customers run your business for you. The dream of Reddit is that each individual reader will respond to every story and comment by voting for it to be promoted or demoted, resulting in the best possible content for the largest collection of readers being at the top of page.
Entrepreneurship is undergoing many technological changes. The rise of powerful new tools for automation and management of business tasks is taking the world by storm, because it lets one entrepreneur accomplish much more with their time than they ever could before. That opens up new possibilities for them in terms of what to do with their business and how long they can run it alone.
On July 15, Amazon’s Prime Day, an ostensible celebration of the online retailer’s 20th birthday, will offer members “more deals than Black Friday,” including seven Deals of the Day, thousands of lightning offers, and flash sales every 10 minutes. While only Prime members can take advantage of these savings, non-members will be encouraged to join Prime so they can get in on the deals. As is the case the rest of the year, they’ll also receive a free 30-day Prime trial when signing up.
Since the dawn of Sci-Fi, humanity has been concerned about AI and whether it will eventually lead to our demise. This a mindset held by great thinkers such as Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates. This fear has often overshadowed the many benefits AI offers and the advantages to our world they can provide. With only speculation to reinforce this worry about our future, we have held ourselves back from the wonders advanced AI can and is already giving us. Only by shaking off these fears can we reap the benefits.
The internet has revolutionized human life by being able to provide instant and quick access to information. Not only that, it has also improved how we communicate with others via our social media networks, e-mail addresses and voice chats. It has also improved the everyday services that we usually encounter—from banking, booking plane tickets, and even conducting business and the bigger picture of retail marketing.