A Technologist’s Quest to Change the World: Casey Pugh Interview

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / May 4, 2015

“I want to work on things that have the potential to change the world.” We all have the ability to change the world in one way or another. For those in technology, it’s often more feasible than in other fields, but that doesn’t mean it comes easily. Many of the world’s best technologists remain behind the scenes while CEOs and their entrepreneurial counterparts receive the spotlight. There are…

How a Note-Taking App Can Help You Plan Your Next Business Trip

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / August 22, 2014

  The days leading up to a business trip can be stressful, with professionals scrambling to gather the files and equipment they need for meetings, as well as packing clothing and personal items. In addition to this, travelers are also struggling to stay on top of daily business matters. It’s easy to see how small details can be overlooked. Note-taking apps like Evernote and Microsoft OneNote have become…

5 Must-Do’s For Non-Tech CEOs in Technology

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / August 7, 2014

  Technology is the canvas for our teenagers and 20something to build their vast dreams and ambitions on. Deals like “yo” that get funded 1million$ further fuels the already maddening gold rush to dive in and be a participant. Outcome:  A lot of start-ups trying to solve a lot of problems. That is great. But, very often the CEO’s of such tech start-ups have never written a line…

3 Ways to Keep Your Humanity in the Age of Technology

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / June 12, 2014

Many say the first few waking hours can have a profound effect on the success of your day. I have read articles about eating the right breakfast, exercising, meditating, even staying clear of your electronics. But what happens when the world demands you to be connected 24-7.We’ve created a culture that makes you feel left out if you’re not up to speed on the latest and the greatest.…

How Jony Ive Led Apple to World Domination

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 6, 2014

British born Jonathan Ive, head of Design at Apple, is the lesser-known mastermind behind the iPod, iMac, PowerBook G4, MacBook, G4 Cube, unibody MacBook Pro, iPhone and iPad. Without his dedication to simplicity and functional design, the Apple products that exist today may not have become a reality without Ive. What initially sparked his interest in design was his love for cars as a teenager. Thankfully for us,…

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…

5 Simple Tech Answers for Complicated Problems

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 16, 2014

While texting at lightning speed and sharing your pictures in real time are great innovations, technology has given us incredible capabilities that go beyond limits that were previously unimaginable. In the health industry, specifically, modern technology has provided options to the physically challenged, given sight to the blind and provided a new realm of possibilities in surgical procedures. Its reach however, is not limited to health. Extraordinary innovations…

Which High-Rising Startup Do You Love Best?

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / November 1, 2013

According to Silicon Valley Business Journal, this is the list of the top ten most buzz-filled and momentum-driving startups. Accelerator/incubator programs are seeing more and more SaaS firms. They’re easy to set up with a handful of people and are rapidly scalable (just don’t lose momentum!). But are we seeing too many of these kinds of businesses? How long until the market is saturated with too many custom-built…


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