One of the most rewarding parts about being an entrepreneur is running your own startup. At the beginning entrepreneurs can wear all the hats from billing to executive decisions. While you are starting out on your business venture, it can take many years to fine tune processes and habits that help you operate at your […]
If you want to attract the very best employees to your startup company without blowing all of your capital on salaries, you have to offer them something more valuable than the money they receive in their paycheck at the end of each month.
Whilst starting a business is an exciting and potentially lucrative venture, it is also requires a good amount of dedicated work and planning. For inexperienced startup owners, managing the funds needed for operations can be difficult, especially when planning ahead for the long term.
For some people, an entrepreneur is someone who will take a financial risk where few others will. However, the dictionary definition is slightly different. The Cambridge American Dictionary says an entrepreneur is someone who starts his or her own business, especially when this involves seeing a new opportunity.
Isaac Freckleton, Chief Operations Officer, and Mitch Plowman, the Chief Visionary Officer at Fundwise Capital, a financial consulting company that helps entrepreneurs get the funding they need to start or grow their businesses joins Enterprise Radio.