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Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes, especially when it comes to the web and the world of fashion. These 12 entrepreneurs have given back to the fashion, beauty and creative communities in major ways and we think they’re worth noting. Whether you’re looking for your next stroke of genius or hoping to change the game, take a cue from Tumblr founder David Karp who shows it’s never too early to get a head start!
Small business owners, are you trying to get your last-minute tax deductions lined up? There may be a few items you had not considered — or even know were deductibles. MadameNoire.com has a few surprising suggestions from a tax experts.
In just a few short years, Pinterest has become one of the top social media outlets generating more website referral traffic than Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn…combined. It boasts over 1.30 million unique users daily and has been giving search engine giants like Google a run for their money in the traffic source department.
More and more companies are turning to Pinterest as a means to site traffic and even selling product. Consumers are even spending more money on Pinterest than it’s popular counterpart, Facebook. This is major news as tons of businesses aren’t capitalizing on all of these advantages.
So while you may see Pinterest as a fun pastime to collage your wants and dreams, entrepreneurs are seizing the opportunity to generate new business.
Interested in pinning for your business? Here are some tips and tricks to make it beneficial .
No one ever mistook opening a small business for a walk in the park. There’s financial sacrifice, little (if any) free time, hours away from family and friends, and the struggle to take your business from zero to success. But even with all that’s involved, small business owners report being pretty pleased with themselves.
Bolt Insurance has created an infographic that literally illustrates the joy that small business owners have for being on their own. Seventy percent, in fact, say they’re very happy. And 90 percent say they prefer being entrepreneurs to working for someone else.
If you’re thinking about becoming a small business owner, this illustration also gives some info about which of the many responsibilities entrepreneurs have that stresses out them out the most.
If you’re a small business owner or have aspirations of being one, let us know what it is you love about your job.