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Marketing Taktics – Interview with Ilan Nassimi

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / December 29, 2014

Asked if he considered himself an entrepreneur or marketer first, young entrepreneur Ilan Nassimi replied, “I don’t know if you can separate entrepreneurship and marketing.” The founder of marketing agency Taktical comes from a family of entrepreneurs, but he didn’t start out as a marketer. “If it wasn’t this business, it would’ve been something else.” It was something else years back when a friend came to Ilan with…

3 Technologies Invented After Disasters

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 29, 2014

Few things in life affect so many people as disasters do. For families and friends of victims, hearts are broken and lives are changed forever. Rescue workers, policy makers, and even the people who are merely watching the disastrous events unfold on TV, are affected in one way or another. These tragedies necessitate the invention of better technologies to better evacuate and save those in trouble. GPS trackers,…

2 Companies That Forgot to Talk to Their Target Audience

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 27, 2014

Humans have been inventing since the beginning of the civilization, whether out of necessity for survival or simply to improve their lives. New products and services will always be cropping up but success begins with one crucial step: talking to the target audience. Countless ideas fail or never materialize after showing a lot of promise because market researchers either neglect or misunderstand the results from this step. Segway…

What Separates the Men From the Boys

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 18, 2014

When it comes to choosing whom to work with in business, there’s a huge difference between choosing to partner with a small startup versus a large Fortune 500 corporation. Both have their own merits and it really depends on what the end result is meant to be. Check out our list of what really separates the little guys from the big corporate companies below. Decision Making Speed In…

Best Meetups in NYC

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 17, 2014

Don’t be scared of meeting complete strangers because they might be just the people you need to meet. Why? Well, for one, you get to see what cool new things people with similar interests to you are doing. From getting to attend cool seminars to meeting potential leaders in your field, you’ll find so many opportunities here. Clearly, meetups are the place to be. We, at Fueled, found…

What Happens When Bad Companies Turn Good

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 15, 2014

When we talk about bad companies, we don’t mean bad in the sense that they did bad things. We mean bad in the sense that the company wasn’t fulfilling what it was meant to be doing. Either they were letting their employees down or missing the mark product and service wise as far as its customers were concerned. At Fueled, we strive to provide excellent customer service and…

How 3 Startups Disrupted the Big Guys

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 10, 2014

Smaller than traditional companies, startups are designed to develop new markets and emphasize an efficient approach to business operations. Many startups have failed, but many have also achieved phenomenal success. One of the biggest challenges for startups is competing with larger, more established businesses. However, in today’s world size no longer predicts success. Here at Fueled, we’ve found three startups that were able to disrupt larger competitors and…

The Best Show Every Entrepreneur Should See

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 23, 2014

At Fueled, we believe that inspiration can come from the strangest places. But it can also be found exactly where you might expect it. If you’re an entrepreneur, who best to learn from than the enterprising men who brought prosperity to the United States? The Men Who Built America is a history docudrama spanning eight hours and four parts and it might teach you a few things about…

5 Tech Fixes Created by MIT Grads

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 21, 2014

MIT has had over 120,000 graduates in the course of its 150-year history. These graduates have made several contributions to the world in field science, technology, architecture, business, education, humanities, politics and health care. Recently, some of the most significant contributions have been in technology. These innovative and inventive technological “fixes” have made simple technology problems dissipate entirely. Here is a glance at 5 such technological “fixes”, selected…

3 Everyday Tech Items That Could Buy a Private Island in the Past

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 20, 2014

Many of the everyday technology tools we use would have seemed like a distant dream in the past. We’re now able to communicate instantly, through e-mail or video, and we have access to more information than we’ll ever use. And yet, it’s easy to take it for granted. The conveniences these tools provide us are available at a reasonable cost when viewed in historical terms. But what would…

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