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Don’t Be an Entrepreneurial Bystander

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / November 16, 2013

The yellow streetlight makes the shadows darker. Suddenly, a quick figure darts out and grabs a young woman, smothering her scream with one hand as he grabs her purse with the other. A group of people nearby witness the incident. What do you do? Call 911? Rush to the woman’s aid? Chase down the shadowy character? Surely, you would do something about it. Why, then, do countless victims…

Social Good — It’s Good for Business

by / ⠀Startup Advice / January 24, 2013

When it comes to business, consumers commonly react in a positive way to companies that have a history of social good through giving back to the community. When a customer can see that a company is more than “just business,” it gives the person a reason to believe in the company and develop a stronger relationship with the brand. So how and why should you consider the social…

How Young Business Leaders are Making Money and Creating Global Change

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 4, 2011

This past weekend students of top institutions from around the world met to discuss global issues behind the doors of the United Nations. Roundtable forums on expanding access to higher education and clean drinking water, empowering women and rebuilding economies through entrepreneurship were all discussed in the boardroom of the New York Stock Exchange, uniting student business leaders to create cross cultural solutions to these problems. Kicking off…

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