Starting a new business can be very tough for any entrepreneur. Many mistakes are usually made in the first year; these mistakes could cost you big, not just financially but also with your reputation.
Financial podcasts are a source of a wealth of knowledge and can be a great way to expand an entrepreneur’s scope of business. Today’s post is going to be on podcasts that are specifically for entrepreneurs. There are three podcasts I want to highlight.
Cash flow is the incoming and outgoing cash from any business and represents the company’s operating activities. Every entrepreneur and small business owner instinctively knows that cash flow management is critical to keep their business successful. Many startups fail because they don’t have a healthy cash flow.
Home for rental seems to be a lucrative opportunity for the landlords as everyone loves to earn an extra dollar. The most important step is to find a good tenant with whom you can mutually come on to the terms of leasing out your property.
A distinct trademark can take the brand places you never envisioned. Trademark law also makes it easier to protect a more distinct trademark than one that is more common.
Even if you have a full-time job, a side gig can be a great way to spend your time while bringing in some extra money if you have some time to spare.
If your business idea is gaining a lot of interest and you already have a product with proof of concept, you are most likely at the stage where you need funding to expand your line and grow it to the next level. Early-stage funding is one of the hurdles that every new company faces, and knowing what to expect can help entrepreneurs tackle it much better.
If you were living on $2 a day, what would you do to improve your life? That is the question Bill Gates recently answered. According to him, he would raise chickens. Yes, you read that right.
Top start-ups from the University of Toronto to watch out for. The University of Toronto has successfully branded itself as an innovation and research hub and academic incubator over the years.