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Are You Ready to Make the Entrepreneurial Leap?

Unfortunately, starting a business can be seen as a leap of faith. It isn’t a given that you’ll be successful. It isn’t always a given that you will be producing a product or service that people are willing to purchase. However, it can be much less of an unknown if you conduct your research and […] The post Are You Ready to Make the Entrepreneurial Leap? appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

What Estonia’s youngest inventor can teach us about entrepreneurship

Estonian entrepreneur Karoli Hindriks is a formidable character. Her achievements include helping the government of Estonia design and launch the world’s first Digital Nomad Visa, being the youngest inventor in Estonia’s history, being named one of Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women and graduating from NASA’s Singularity University. She has also founded three and directed five The post What Estonia’s youngest inventor can teach us about entrepreneurship appeared first on Small Business.

Should I Spend My Advertising Dollars on a Trade Show?

Since it is summer, I’ve seen a wide variety of events and trade shows come across my radar. Some are happening this summer, but many more will be held this fall. Most notably, the ABC Kids Expo will be held October 9 – 11 in Las Vegas. This is one of the largest trade shows […] The post Should I Spend My Advertising Dollars on a Trade Show? appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Entrepreneur Q&A: Joshua Akorah, creator of My Valentine Watch

Joshua Akorah is a 22 year old solo game developer who is in the throes of launching his own creation, The Valentine Watch. He’s also one of 24 young innovators who have won an Ideas Mean Business award from The Prince’s Trust and Innovate UK. Here, he tells us more about his work and how The post Entrepreneur Q&A: Joshua Akorah, creator of My Valentine Watch appeared first on Small Business.

Entrepreneur Q&A: Adam Root, founder of Inheriting Earth

Adam Root is 27 years old and is the founder of Inheriting Earth, an environmentally conscious product design company. He is one of 24 young innovators who have won an Ideas Mean Business award from The Prince’s Trust and Innovate UK. Here, he tells SmallBusiness.co.uk more about his business and winning the award. Tell us The post Entrepreneur Q&A: Adam Root, founder of Inheriting Earth appeared first on Small Business.

How virtual reality can revolutionise the way you train your staff

Emanuel Tomozei, co-founder and head of development at InSilico, explains how his business is creating virtual reality (VR) training for companies to help cut costs and boost skills acquisition amongst workers. Tell me a bit more about your company and how you set it up InSilico is a VR and AR training company was formed in The post How virtual reality can revolutionise the way you train your staff appeared first on Small Business.

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