Deb Gabor, Founder of Sol Marketing and EO Austin member, was featured in The Wall Street Journal article, “A Startup’s Founder Blames Herself for Lack of Growth” in November. We spoke to Deb about the experience; here’s what she has to say about the after-effects and four suggestions she’d give any entrepreneur being featured in a prominent publication:
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EO members Jeff Crilley and Joel Patterson recently held a short interview on The Jeff Crilley Show, a radio program in Dallas, where they both discussed the roles of business, family and community in their entrepreneurial journeys.
Are you ready for EO24? Do you even know about this amazing 24-hour, interactive experience that will feature top-class speakers, rich learning opportunities and the ability to live-chat with these speakers and other entrepreneurs globally? We can’t wait to host this updated, fresh take on a celebration of learning for entrepreneurs worldwide.
By Wendy Lieber, an EO Accelerator (South Florida) participant
Social media allows you to reach and connect with a wide audience at almost no cost. Figuring out how to best use social media for your business can completely alter the way you interact with your audience. Many marketers, however, are inefficient at using social media. Marketers spend more time than they should figuring out their strategy while receiving little return on their investment. So how can marketers spend less time on their social media strategies while receiving a higher ROI?
By Robert Hake, CEO and Founder of MyLocker.net
Are you making the jump from local business to E-commerce site? It’s not as hard as you might think, although it’s by no means an easy process. When I took my business –Outdoor Innovations, a local custom gear shop – to the web, I went through many careful considerations, consulting friends, business partners and customers alike.