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Katherine Stinson
on May 4, 2021

Here’s What to Expect from Gary Vaynerchuk’s NFT Drop

World-renowned entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk (known by his moniker GaryVee) will debut his own highly anticipated NFT this month. For those literally hiding under a rock: Vaynerchuk is CEO of VaynerMedia, a media and creative agency that helps businesses across the world and that brought you “baby peanut” for the SuperBowl. Vaynerchuk stated on his website […]

telling your story
Brian Wallace
on May 2, 2021

The Power of Telling Your Story

You have the power to unleash your story. American novelist Alice Walker states, “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.”  Everyone has a story to tell, but most think they don’t have the resources to do so. There are approximately 152 million books available globally, and more than […]

investing in Africa
Brian Wallace
on April 25, 2021

Investing in Africa

The continent of Africa is called the “cradle of humanity.”  It’s where humanity began, but today most of Western society knows very little of the realities of life in this massive, diverse land. Myths about the people and the place abound. Many people assume that Africa is impoverished and dry; that the people are destitute […]

katrina lake
Katherine Stinson
on April 23, 2021

Stitch Fix Founder Steps Down as Stock Drops

Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake will be stepping down as CEO, effective August 1st. She will be replaced by Stitch Fix President Elizabeth Spaulding. Lake will still work for Stitch Fix, serving as executive chairperson of the board. What Occurred After This Announcement? Right after Stitch Fix officially announced the new transition of power, stock […]

Ashley Flowers Crime Junkie
Lexi Jones
on April 22, 2021

‘Crime Junkie’ Host Ashley Flowers on Her Show, COVID, and Female Voices in Podcasting

The world of podcasting has grown a significant amount in last few years. In 2020, the Edison Research Infinite Dial report showed that monthly podcast listenership was up to 37 percent; this year’s report revealed that 80 million Americans now listen to podcasts. One of the many podcasts that people listen to nowadays includes Crime […]

Lexi Jones
on April 19, 2021

When Will nTopology IPO?

As software is taking over the world, why not consume 3D printing, too? That’s the thinking behind nTopology, the leader in design and engineering software for 3D printing. With today’s current market climate, an IPO or ever-popular SPAC listing could potentially be in the near future. What Does nTopology Do? nTopology is an engineering software […]

Lexi Jones
on April 17, 2021

When Will NerdWallet IPO?

NerdWallet is a free, personal finance company that helps you make better financial decisions. Founded in 2009 by Tim Chen and Jacob Gibson, the company provides also tools and advice make it easy to pay off debt, choose the best financial products and services, and tackle major life goals. The company first started out as […]

changing company culture
Brian Wallace
on April 17, 2021

The Art and Science of Changing Company Culture

Business culture is the key to success.  72% of executives say that culture is key to performance, yet only 32% believe their company culture is aligned with its business strategies.  Focusing on cultural transformation can bring big rewards.  According to a decade-long study conducted by John Kotter, firms that had a strong focus on corporate […]

Lexi Jones
on April 16, 2021

S!NG Mobile App Allows You to Create NFTs for Free

Over the last few months, we’ve seen artists selling their works as NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and entertainment companies teaming up with digital collectibles platforms to sell themed NFT items. But now, an app called S!NG allows anyone—artist or not—to turn their work into an NFT. How Does S!NG Work? S!NG is the world’s first free […]

Sara Batterby
Lexi Jones
on April 15, 2021

Remembering Sara Batterby: Startup Funding Coach and Cannabis Entrepreneur

Sara Batterby, co-founder of HiFi Farms and founder of the Equity Capital Collective, passed away unexpectedly earlier this week. She was 49 years old. Born in Gloucestershire in the United Kingdom, Batterby got her career start in management consulting with Accenture; she then moved to the United States to begin a position with American Express. […]

Katherine Stinson
on April 14, 2021

Coinbase Bests Analyst Expectactions in IPO Debut

Coinbase chose a different method for the company’s initial public offering today. Coinbase is a platform where users can choose to buy, sell or store cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Coinbase was founded in 2012 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ersham and based in the United States. Coinbase IPO? No, Coinbase Direct Listing. According to […]

Lexi Jones
on April 8, 2021

At 800 Employees Strong, Rightpoint’s Startup Culture Remains Intact

Rightpoint, a Chicago-based digital consultancy, has helped hundreds of well-known brands enhance their user and customer experiences over the last 13 years. From starting out with only 15 employees, and growing to having over 700, the team at Rightpoint still finds a way to make sure that every employee is allowed to have a say […]

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