Thanks to Our Supporters and Welcome to the New Guys!

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 31, 2010

So over the past month Under30CEO has seen some tremendous growth. Our site traffic and followers have almost tripled! Not to mention features in BusinessWeek, Business Insider and ReadWriteWeb. We want to say thank you to all of our followers and supporters who have been the main reason for this growth. Without you guys we would not have been able to reach these milestones. Thank You! For the…

5 Tips to Work More Effectively From Home

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 30, 2010

Through recent advances in technology, the number of individuals working from home offices has greatly increased in the past decade.  When individuals have taken the proper steps, home offices allow one to work from the comfort and convenience of home without sacrificing productivity.  There are a variety of reasons why individuals would choose to work from home.  Those who own and operate their own small business may choose…

Interview: How Shira Lazar Became a “Media Empress”

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / March 29, 2010

Shira Lazar has become a media empress in only a few years because of her passion and work ethic in the media industry. She has interviewed people like Pete Cashmore, Penelope Cruz, Snoop Dogg, Michael Arrington and many more in the music, movie and her personal favorite the tech industry. Shira has her own blog on CBSNews called “On The Scene With Shira”. She is passionate about merging…

Doing Well by Doing Good!

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 26, 2010

There’s a reason why the most successful CEOs and entertainers and rising corporate stars all have charitable commitments.  When you consider how much help you really need to make your biggest dreams a reality, doesn’t it make sense that they’d start thinking about what they can do for others?  Even the most cynical corporate types know that they’ve been truly blessed. What does this matter to you? Well,…

Founders of Big League Wiffle Ball Followed Their Childhood Passion

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / March 25, 2010

What is the Story Behind Your Company? Many people never find something they love in their entire lifetime. I am fortunate enough to have literally found it in my backyard. Thirty minutes from where I grew up, wiffle balls and bats were manufactured at the The Wiffle Factory. Before I weighed thirty pounds I had wiffle balls and bats zinging around my living room. And before I was…

SXSW Is Over, Now What?

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 23, 2010

So the conference that dominated Twitter is over.  So what’s next? Here are some upcoming events in 2010 with killer networking opportunities and tons to learn! The Southeastern Entrepreneurship Conference Sponsored by Under30CEO. April 15-18, Tampa, Networking on the beach, Kayaking/Teambuilding, Business Plan Competition, Elevator Pitch Competition, Keynote by the founder of RoomsToGo, and workshops in the tropics. Swagapalooza March 23, San Francisco, an experiment in viral media.…

Embody Your Organization’s Mission: Live Like The Summit Series Travel Team

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / March 22, 2010

At Under30CEO we are constantly pushing people to do what they are passionate about, to live a life that actually fulfills them and to make sound decisions independent of what society wants us to do. It’s about having that “go-getter” mentality and living a lifestyle that excites you every single day. We sat down with the Travel Team from The Summit Series an earth shattering weekend long conference…

Seven Simple Mistakes That Can Lead to an Audit

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 19, 2010

As tax season approaches people start getting stressed about filing their tax returns.  One sure way to draw the attention of the Internal Revenue Service is making a mistake on your return, here are seven of the simplest mistakes people make so you can avoid some extra stress this year. 1.  Forgetting to sign and date your return. This is so common, the IRS even posted a video…

Three Tips From a Veteran VC

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 18, 2010

How to perfect that VC pitch: Start by pitching to someone you know that is intelligent, perhaps from a different field, who can be honest in their feedback and press hard on your plan. This will help you to identify the holes in your plan and prepare you for the professional discussions you will have going forward. Once you have done this, carefully research your potential investors. Learn…

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