EO is committed to supporting the next wave of entrepreneurs. One way do that is through the EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), EO’s premier competition for university students who own and operate a business. The annual competition culminates with the Global Finals, where finalists from 50-plus countries compete and make connections with both seasoned entrepreneurs and fellow “studentpreneurs.
Written for EO by Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, disaster avoidance expert, speaker and author.
Decision-making research shows that many entrepreneurs don’t know when to rely on their gut instincts and when to follow reason. Here’s a pop quiz for you:
Let’s say you’re interviewing a new applicant for a job and the interview feels a little off. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but you’re uncomfortable talking with this person.
Written for EO by Angela White, an ed-tech consultant and contributor.
Despite options like remote work and virtual offices, adults will spend at least one-third of their lives working. And our workplace environment, culture and habits have a significant impact on our health—particularly our mental health—which, in turn, has a great effect on our productivity.
In a July 2019 episode of the Food Network’s show “Chopped,” EO Fort Worth member Juan Rodriguez competed against other chefs in hopes of landing the top stop.
Juan Rodriguez was chopped.
But he’s OK with it because he landed a table at Red Rooster, the acclaimed restaurant by James Beard Foundation Award winner Marcus Samuelsson, one of the judges on “Chopped.”
As a child, Rodriguez spent time in Mexico and Illinois.
Written for EO by Scot Cockroft, president of Sigma Mergers & Acquisitions LLC.
For many business owners, working with a business broker can ease the stress involved with selling their organization. From preparing the business for sale to determining the right valuation and vetting potential buyers, selling a business is complex.
But how do you know if you’ve chosen the right broker? Would you know if you’re working with a bad broker? Consider these telltale warning signs.
For many established entrepreneurs, establishing a purpose and passion beyond business is a fulfilling way to truly make a mark. Ravi Machani, an EO member in Bangalore, India, is one entrepreneur who has done so admirably. In fact, the work he does outside of his original business helped him earn the 2019 EO Global Citizen of the Year.
When we asked EO members what they’ve learned from being a parent and an entrepreneur, we heard from Jessica Honegger of EO Dallas, the founder and co-CEO of Noonday Collection. She revealed how she strives for success in both work and home life.
“One thing I’ve learned about entrepreneurship and parenting? It’s that starting a business is basically akin to having another baby.
Written for EO by Jason McCann, a lifelong entrepreneur and experienced founder.
You wouldn’t be surprised if I said that customer feedback is essential for a startup. And nobody doubts the connection between long-term customer relationships and success.
However, some companies never find a way to fit it all together. Seeking out feedback is one thing. Taking it in, learning from it and translating it into innovation takes intention and commitment. The payoff is well worth it.
Written for EO by Kamy Anderson, an ed-tech enthusiast who writes on emerging technologies in the areas of corporate training and education.
Digital natives entering today’s workforce expect companies to provide them opportunities for professional development and learning. In fact, a whopping 94 percent of employees would stay with a company longer if it invested in their careers.
Written for EO by Nico Prins, a communications consultant who specializes in internet marketing.
When you read articles by busy CEOs on sites like Forbes or Entrepreneur, you might wonder how they managed to find the time to write the content. After all, if their daily workload is half what you are managing, they’d be struggling to fit in the hours needed to draft a 1,500-word, SEO-optimized article.