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America’s young entrepreneurs are aggressively building a new generation of businesses, products and services
Earlier this month, CWB traveled to Phoenix to participate in the Inc. Military Entrepreneur Fair at the Inc. 500/5000 Conference.
Caterina Fake defies the Silicon Valley stereotype.
No flip flops, hoodies, ear buds or energy drinks.
It’s not very likely that someone born in the 1950s in India ends up becoming the CEO of one of America’s biggest companies, but this is the path that Indra Nooyi traveled to become chair and CEO of PepsiCo.
Small businesses will always have a personal connection with their customers. Women by nature are great connectors. Customers are looking for a company they can trust, since you are the owner of the business, they are deciding if they can trust you.
Being entrepreneurial and becoming self-employed is sometimes the best option for many of our nation’s service members and their families.