Entrepreneurship

Take a Chance: Hire People Without Job Experience

It’s so common that it’s moved from common conversation to being enshrined forever in memes. You can find them on LinkedIn, Indeed, Glassdoor, or even Help Wanted ads. Job applications wit...[Read More]

NBC and Comcast Want to Centralize E-Commerce

Lost in the news of NBC’s announcement of the foundation of a streaming service is the fact that NBC, and its parent Comcast, is pivoting toward an increased online presence — including one in e...[Read More]

Your Brand Can Learn from Instagram’s World Record Egg

Just when you think you’ve got it figured out, the internet can surprise you in ways you never thought were possible. On January 4th, 2019, an instagram account called @world_record_egg posted a...[Read More]

Avoiding the Pitfalls of Startup Culture

For so long, we’ve been raised to believe that a job is a tedious exercise in futility — a trial of grinding from 9 to 5, Monday through Friday. So to combat that level of misery, we pivoted in ...[Read More]

Don’t Forget: Customers are Still Customers Post-Purchase

It’s one of the easiest mistakes to make, but it can be fatal for your business if you make it. You can do everything right. You can develop an excellent website, an awesome brand, a killer soci...[Read More]

What’s in the Box?!: Amazon is Sending (Potentially) Creepy Free Samples to You

When you think of intrusiveness in technology, what companies come to mind? Maybe Apple, as wearable technology has become more ubiquitous. Maybe Facebook, who seems to have a new privacy scandal ever...[Read More]

E-Commerce Strategy: It’s Time to Own the Pipeline and the Acquisition

Amazon is quite clearly at the top of the e-commerce world for the foreseeable future. Over the past year, Walmart has emerged as its fiercest competitor for that title. At its core, this is simply a ...[Read More]

Netflix: A Cautionary Tale for Private Labels

We’ve written a lot about Netflix lately. It’s only a week into the New Year, and the company is having a big year. Bird Box was a wild success despite being a mediocre movie, and Black Mi...[Read More]

Gone Too Soon: The Rise and Fall of Soulja Boy, E-Commerce Titan

The year was 2007. A trio of threequels was conquering the box office and disappointing audiences (Spider-Man 3, Shrek the Third, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Apple introduced the ...[Read More]

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