Three success stories you’d love about winning entrepre-neurial success with creative marketing
Antoine Martel is a real estate investment expert from San Mateo, California. At the age of 23, he is an incredibly successful real estate investor with a business that buys and sells over 100 homes a year.
Antoine became so successful at such a young age because of his creativity. Antoine’s creativity is not about “Let’s do the most brilliant shining campaign that will be irresistible and will bring us a lot of new clients.” No. It’s exactly the opposite approach that led Antoine to win over and over.Keep Reading »
If a new entrepreneur came to you and asked:
What are the 3 most important elements of entrepreneurial marketing? (Meaning, those that will lead you to achieve entrepreneurial business success.)
What your three elements will be?
Success has many definitions, so for the sake of this discussion, I would define entrepreneurial business success as achieving:Keep Reading »
Think about that for a moment. It’s not an easy question, and I’ll bet you don’t have a clear, concrete answer. So, really think about your answer.
This is your goal. This is what you should aim for and where your entrepreneurship should lead you.
You will be surprised.
First, because from my experience with hundreds entrepreneurs, many are not totally sure about the answer and for quite a few, the entrepreneurship they are working on currently won’t get them there.Keep Reading »
Whether you offer a product, a platform, or a service, customers today want to know the person behind them. As an entrepreneur, your biggest asset is you. The combination of customers’ need to know and trust whom they are buying from, along with the ease of availability and accessibility through social media, makes it easy and faster than ever to build your brand.Keep Reading »
Dr. Kevin Gazzara represents a different kind of entrepreneur – that’s why there is so much to learn from his journey
What are the practical steps needed to reach ongoing paying customers and business growth?
Dr. Kevin Gazzara answers the definition of a different kind of entrepreneur. Actually, the word ‘Entrepreneur’ wasn’t even relevant for Kevin for most of his 18 years of working at Intel.
However, Kevin made a promise that at the age of 50 he would leave Intel and go share his knowledge and vast experience with the world.
Kevin worked for Intel Corporation, holding management positions for Management and Leadership development, Intel University for the US, the Graduate Rotation Program, mentoring programs for Intel’s worldwide Human Resources Organization, and more.
He is also a faculty at Grand Canyon University, University of Phoenix, Drexel University, and Ohalo College.Keep Reading »