Alexa Seeger

Diligence and Character: Keys to Remaining Competitive

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. So the saying goes. Reading Jeff Haden’s article on competitive analyses for Inc., I was struck at just how important this is in business. Replace “enemies” with “competitors” and you’ve got a new mantra. I call making the T-shirts. Keep competitors closer Seriously though, Haden explains that if… Continue reading Diligence and Character: Keys to Remaining Competitive

Anastasia Niforos

Start-ups: Have a Purpose and Develop a Plan

As the weeks have progressed and I continue to learn about startups, my excitement keeps growing. After reading the article How to Write a Great Business Plan: Competitive Analysis and listening to the How I Built This podcast featuring Whitney Wolfe, the founder of Bumble, I am feeling motivated. There was a ton I learned from these… Continue reading Start-ups: Have a Purpose and Develop a Plan

Kiara Carter

Face Your Competition, Don’t Ignore It

Competition either makes or breaks people and businesses. In the world of media, there is always another company trying to put out a product better than yours and gain followers or customers. Well how do you make yourself standout? Scouting out your competition is a first step, according to Jeff Haden’s article in Inc. He talks about… Continue reading Face Your Competition, Don’t Ignore It

Erika Greco · Uncategorized

How to Surpass the Big Guys When Starting Your Own Company

The absolute worst feeling in starting a company? Discovering your brilliant one-of-a-kind idea has been done before…and done well. But everything can be done better. Right? Entering the market with a concept that already exists is a pretty difficult feat. But some have done it and those that have are proof that it can be… Continue reading How to Surpass the Big Guys When Starting Your Own Company