Alexa Seeger

The Antidote to Oblivion? Continuous Innovation

How do you avoid oblivion? This question has plagued me this semester as we’ve learned how to be a disrupter, how to innovate and how to be successful as a startup. I recognize that, as a startup, you have to worry much more about the present than some distant, uncertain future. But it’s bothered me.… Continue reading The Antidote to Oblivion? Continuous Innovation

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

Meg Dedyne

The work of entrepreneurs never ends

By Meg Dedyne The Tow-Knight Center For Entrepreneurial Journalism article was not the most interesting article I have ever read. However, the information it provided was extremely helpful and beneficial to anyone starting a business in the media landscape. I really liked how the article first broke up the different aspects we all have to… Continue reading The work of entrepreneurs never ends