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DC Based Sagoon’s Regulation A+ Funding Efforts Attracts $1.9 Million in Investments.

Update 1/15/18: The total amount raised as of January 11, 2018 was $4.8M, with $3.3M through Regulation A+ funds and $1.5M through private backers. Social media and the need to rank higher on search engines continues to grow in importance with U.S. residents loving their social platforms more each day. So why aren’t citizens of other countries as enamored? For instance, in India, none ...

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Veteran-owned Business Closing The Gap Between Gender and Work Leadership Gaps

Every business needs support at some point in its development, especially financial. Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) steps in to offer the much-needed support by offering various services. One of their services include provision of valuable information through market intelligence groups. We had a chance to interview Dr. Gordon and asked about their story, how they have made it to this ...

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Guts: From Bio-engineering To Cheese Tea Cafe

The thought of cheese is often associated with pizza and sandwiches. But, have you ever thought of the fancy cheese tea? Well, for Jenny Zheng, she pairs cheese and tea to come up with the delicious tea in Los Angeles. Her Little Fluffy Head Cafe is a boba shop specializing in high-quality cheese tea drinks. She has also her menu to include ...

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Authors Help to End the Epidemic of Toxic Workplaces & Destructive Culture

Co-authors Karin Hunt and David Dye of Winning Well: A Managers Guide to Getting Results Without Losing Your Soul help companies and businesses “win well” and get results by ending the epidemic of toxic workplaces and destructive cultures and not just about winning (aka getting results) — but, as you can guess, Winning Well. Karin Hurt is a former Verizon Wireless executive ...

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Inspirational Speaker, Radio Host & Coach Dedicates His Work to Personal Growth

David Essel dedicates his work as a counselor, life coach, author, speaker and radio host to making an impact on people’s lives and helping them to grow. We had the opportunity to speak with David about his services, the positive thinking movement and some of his future projects. Tell us your story and why you started your business. Ever since I ...

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Entrepreneur Strives for a Better Way to Help Business Leaders Create Success from Within

  Even the most successful CEOs, entrepreneurs and business leaders need help and guidance. Many business leaders turn to coaches to reach their next level. One of these coaches is Satyen Raja of WarriorSage, a full spectrum of training and workshops that focus on igniting passion, teaching the Art of the Warrior, the Art of Sage, and the Art of the Lover. We had ...

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Pet Lover Provides the First Major Innovation in 200 Years

Pets can be our best friends. Largely because of their unconditional love, owners always make sure their pets are taken care of. Andrea Chavez, the founder Pawscout started the company as the first major innovation in the dog tag industry in over 200 years. Pawscout is a smarter pet tag that alerts the owner via mobile app if the pet gets out of the ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Reveal What They Look Forward To in 2018

Happy New Year! Every new year brings with it a new form of excitement and anticipation. The reason is that every new year brings about a “newness” for lack of a better term when we are able to start fresh and erase those things that we did bad or things we have been thinking about doing. For us at CEO ...

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26 Entrepreneurs Explain Their Major Accomplishments in 2017

The end of every year is the opportunity reflect on a 365 day journey. 2017 was a bad year for some and for some it was a great year. Many businesses were launched and others were closed. Pivots were made and goals were shattered. In the last few days of 2017, we took some time to ask a few entrepreneurs ...

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7 Entrepreneurs Reveal How They Spend Their Holidays

Entrepreneurs and business owners are always juggling a lot of things and when time comes for a holiday sometimes entrepreneurs like to take a break or sometimes they like to catch up on certain projects. Just like everyone has a unique business, their approach to holidays is also unique. With the Christmas holiday here, we decided to ask some entrepreneurs ...

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