Running a business with your spouse creates many challenges. Here are some pointers from people who have done so successfully.
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As 2016 quickly approaches, I thought that my readers would enjoy hearing the predictions of a panel of respected industry insiders and experts. While the forecasts are not identical, several concepts were mentioned by multiple folks – so take notice. We can expect to see more attacks leveraging social engineering and social media based information, advanced ransomware, Internet of Things related security problems, and more advanced products that require less human intervention.
“Work/life balance” has been continuously preached throughout the past several years, but where and how is it happening? Here are four stories for 4 December about EO members who’ve sought to make this concept a reality:
EO’s biggest events are Global Universities, held twice each year at exciting locations around the world. See our pictures and recaps below, and check out the complete photo album and webpage for each event by clicking the hyperlinks!
In some capacity or another, many of us have a desire to give back to our community. As the CEO and founder of a fundraising and event management firm, EO New York member Darren Port leveraged his own desire to give back by developing a successful business and enabling others to make an impact. What he learned in the process is that making charitable work a part of our lives is not as challenging as we might think. Here are some ideas from Darren, so we can get involved in our communities:
It’s a one-of-a-kind experience to make the Inc. 5000 list, and this entrepreneur took advantage by learning all she could from it.
By Julia Pimsleur, an EO New York member and CEO and Founder of Little Pim
These are the best of times and worst of times for women entrepreneurs. Thanks to record-breaking levels of investment in startups, women potentially have access to millions of dollars in capital in a way that was unthinkable one generation ago.
By Joseph Steinberg, an EO New York member and founder of SecureMySocial
Cybersecurity is more important than ever–yet people and businesses don’t always have the money to spend protecting themselves.
Hackers seeking to steal data and money used to target primarily large corporations and government bodies. In recent years, however, they have shifted focus, and now direct quite a bit of attention to hacking small businesses and individuals.