Although many of the entrepreneurs seeking money from the show’s millionaire “sharks” are eager-beaver, twentysomethings hatching techy businesses, some are quite the opposite: They’re older, 50+ home-grown founders with low-tech, practical ideas (sometimes weird and wacky ones) that make the sharks go into a feeding frenzy.
Family businesses aren't easy to run. Added to the general stresses of
running a business is the complicated family dynamic. But early
childhood educator/Black parenting expert Moya Ojarigi and her husband,
Mohammed Ali Ojarigi, have found just the right balance in making their
preschool a successful venture in West Hills, California.
The future of marketing is in mobile. According to a study conducted by Comscore.com, four out of five smartphone users orabout 86 million people access retail content on their devices. And it's great for small businesses. Find out about some of the best practices to consider in order to harness the full potential of mobile marketing.