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Law School Dropout – Interview with LawKick’s Aaron George

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / April 15, 2014

Dropout is such a negative word. Young entrepreneurs all across the country and world are ‘dropping out’ of school, but not because they are failing.  Aaron George may have dropped out of law school, but it wasn’t to take a  job or because he couldn’t handle it. He left law school to focus on something he was truly passionate about – lawyers. But why work with lawyers if…

Off on the Right Foot – Interview with Startup Nice Laundry Co-Founder Ricky Choi

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / March 11, 2014

From Kickstarter Success to Fully Scaling a Growing Startup Ricky Choi is a young entrepreneur who not only cares about his style, but makes sure to keep his friends up to date on fashion as well. Nice Laundry co-founder Phil Moldavski was a fashionable guy from head to toe – except when it came to his socks.  “Phil would come to work dressed in a nice pair of jeans,…

How Can Crowdfunding Help Entrepreneurs?

by / ⠀Startup Advice / February 6, 2013

You have a dream. A goal. A vision. A labor of love. You have the tenacity to see it through, attract the right team of people to make it happen and the emotional support of those around you. The only thing you don’t have is the bank account to finance your payroll, your supplies, and the macaroni and cheese you’re happy to eat while you’re building your dream.…

5 Lessons Learned From a Fundraising Start-Up

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / May 31, 2011

Running a start-up is always challenging no matter what sector you’re in. However fundraising faces some unique challenges. First what your selling, the help the charity offers, rarely benefits the donor directly. Second your budget is always going to be tight because your raison d’etre is to give money away! Having said that there are also some great advantages, such as motivated staff, knowing that you’re doing good…

Go Green Fundraising Focuses on Earth Friendly Fundraising

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / March 6, 2010

What is the story behind your company? The recession was just starting to get into full swing in 2008 and I realized that groups like sports leagues, churches, and schools would be feeling the effects of a downward economy and there would be a greater need for fundraising options.  At the same time, the green movement was beginning to gain a mainstream foothold and eco-friendly marketing messages were…

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