The overlap is striking and suggests family-owned firms, when managed successfully, may be the perfect laboratory to teach innovation to the next generation.
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In each issue we cover a variety of startups looking to disrupt their industries. Check out two of the coolest launches of 2016 thus far.
Lindsey Pluimer is a warrior of change. At a dazzling 6’4,” the former WNBA player leaves an incredible impression behind that is rooted in her tall passions...
Black entrepreneurs need an ecosystem that supports their needs and all elements of deal flow. Felecia Hatcher wants them to find it at Black Tech Week.
Martha Cooper-Hudson is empowering Women of Greatness. She shares her passions about helping women increase their health and wealth.
Dédé Wilson takes food journalism to the next level with Bakepedia. The culinary savant takes us inside launching the leading baking and dessert website.
It’s not every day that you come across an entrepreneur who’s in high school. Mallory Kievman is the exception. She created Hiccupops in seventh grade.
HopSkipDrive is a ride service for kids, founded by three mothers, designed to help parents take some of the stress out of their family's busy schedule.
Millennials Are Driving Less And One Western Massachusetts Company Is Finding Creative Solutions To Help Their Employees Get To Work
Employer HitPoint Studios is finding creative solutions to a rising trend amongst Gen Y-ers - not having a driver's license or owning their own vehicle.
In 2007 model Katerena DePasquale made the most of her knowledge and talents with the start of her own company, Katbasics, a women’s apparel business featuring...