Entrepreneurs

    • Empowering Indonesian entrepreneurs to take action

      Editor’s note: This post comes from Yansen Kamto, Chief Executive and Founder of KIBAR, which mentors and nurtures startups through tech incubator programs, and by building innovation hubs. Today, they’re officially joining the Google for Entrepreneurs partner network. Indonesia is home to 17,504 islands, 1,128 ethnic groups and 746 local languages. Half of our country is under 30 years oldl.

      The Official Google Blog- 23 readers -
    • Introducing Gradient Ventures

      AI-powered technology holds a lot of promise—from improving patient health to making data centers more efficient. But while we’ve seen some amazing applications of AI so far, we know there are many more out there that haven’t even been imagined yet. And sometimes, these new ideas need support to flourish.

      The Official Google Blog- 12 readers -
  • Celebrating five years of Campus, a home for startups

    … spaces for entrepreneurs to learn, share, connect and collaborate. Since then, Google for Entrepreneurs has gone on to open four more Campuses in Seoul, Madrid, Warsaw, São Paulo—and Campus now has 200,000+ members globally. While each location customizes trainings and events to reflect the needs of their city, they have a few key things in common…

    The Official Google Blog- 20 readers -
  • Celebrating five years of Campus, a home for startups

    … spaces for entrepreneurs to learn, share, connect and collaborate. Since then, Google for Entrepreneurs has gone on to open four more Campuses in Seoul, Madrid, Warsaw, São Paulo—and Campus now has 200,000+ members globally. While each location customizes trainings and events to reflect the needs of their city, they have a few key things in common…

    The Official Google Blog- 21 readers -
  • Entrepreneurs: Stop Wasting Time on Misfits

    … if you don’t typically offer refunds for memberships. Having them around can do way more harm than good. Your Turn The bottom line is that we need to look long-term vs. the short-term dollar. Adding a few dollars now for a customer who is a bad fit is bad for your business. Steer these people away whenever possible. Any other examples you’d add? Let me know in the comments below! The post Entrepreneurs: Stop Wasting Time on Misfits appeared first on Jon Loomer Digital. …

    Jon Loomer/ Jon Loomer Digital- 14 readers -
  • This is Why I’m an Entrepreneur

    … with my family more. I paid attention to and appreciated the little things. I tried to ignore those things that mattered so little. I saw urgency in the moment. This is Why I’m an Entrepreneur About six months after Michael’s surgery, the first of his brothers was born. I took time off to be with Michael, Ryan, and Lisa. I never returned to that job…

    Jon Loomer/ Jon Loomer Digital- 21 readers -
  • Entrepreneurs: List Building Strategies

    … Now? webinar for entrepreneurs will depend upon the post that you’re reading. This is something I’ll continue to monitor. For now, pop-ups certainly add a nice chunk of registrations. My goal is to limit the annoyingness of them as much as possible. 4. Menu Link Pretty simple. I’ve split my content into “Facebook” and “Entrepreneurs” sections…

    Jon Loomer/ Jon Loomer Digital- 17 readers -
  • Entrepreneurs: How I Launched a Membership Community

    … [NOTE: This post continues a series exploring the topic of entrepreneurship. While my focus has and will continue to be on Facebook ads, I have plenty to share about what I’ve learned while building my business.] A product launch is one of the most stressful decisions an entrepreneur can make. You plan. You overthink. You second guess. You worry…

    Jon Loomer/ Jon Loomer Digitalin How To's- 13 readers -
  • Google Demo Day: shining a light on European founders

    … and gaining global recognition, with nearly 300 venture-backed businesses going public or getting acquired just last year. But it’s often still hard for entrepreneurs to gain visibility and raise funds to support their growing ventures—which is why we brought Google Demo Day to London this year. For yesterday's event, 10 investment-ready startups were…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 24 readers -
  • How to Add 25% More Gross Profit to Your Bottom Line Part Two

    … company and tons of other far less successful service providers are missing something. These people make frequent house calls 5-7 days per week and are making the exact same marketing mistake. And doing so, over and over again, is literally costing them a fortune! Successful Lead Generation Strategies Have Many Forms What do you think will start…

    Growmapin How To's- 32 readers -
  • Entrepreneurs: The Importance of Monthly Recurring Revenue

    … be willing to pay? Or maybe you could apply monthly recurring revenue instead to software or a mobile application. Or maybe even a service. What would it look like? Your Turn I’d love to hear your experiences with monthly recurring revenue. Let me know in the comments below! The post Entrepreneurs: The Importance of Monthly Recurring Revenue appeared first on Jon Loomer Digital. …

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  • On Growing Your Business: 3 Key Ways to Learn from Successful Entrepreneurs

    … On Growing Your Business: 3 Key Ways to Learn from Successful Entrepreneurs April 18, 2017 By Dana Davis Leave a Comment People who say they have nothing left to learn are foolish, to say the least. Actually, the most successful businessmen and women understand that every day of their lives is a learning experience. They know that the only…

    Dana Davis/ Growmap- 20 readers -
  • Upgrade to Subscription Billing Software for Better Management

    … Businesses with subscribers have their work cut out for them. Sometimes it can feel equally like a blessing and a curse to have subscribers. They are seemingly faithful customers you count on for regular profits and revenues. However, if you don’t have the best subscription billing software, you might be losing them or slowly turning them off…

    Growmap- 27 readers -
  • Entrepreneurs: Life’s Too Short

    …. It’s so easy for us as entrepreneurs to get wrapped up in the things that don’t matter that we neglect the things that do. We forget what we’d regret, all with an assumption of another day that may never come. Life is short, I know it’s cliché. It’s nothing you haven’t heard before. And we’ve all had our own personal experiences that remind us…

    Jon Loomer/ Jon Loomer Digital- 14 readers -
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