• What does Inclusivity mean in 2020?

    What does Inclusivity mean in 2020?

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        Regardless of what the Webster Dictionary may say about the word inclusivity, everyone sees and acts upon the word differently in their daily life. To some, it could only relate to allowing men and women having the same rights. To others it could mean even more, allowing not only men and women, but men and women of all cultural backgrounds a seat...
  • Scaling your Online Clothing Business on a Small Budget

    Scaling your Online Clothing Business on a Small Budget

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    In an age where aspiring entrepreneurs are fighting for an online presence, it can be tough to generate promised profits for your dream business. However, the new year means there are plenty of new ways to get your online business exactly where you want it to be, even if you only have a small budget to start. By evaluating exactly what you want for your...
  • Economic Empowerment through Entrepreneurship

    Economic Empowerment through Entrepreneurship

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    The career paths of college graduates have grown to be a routine. First you must find an entry level job with hopes that it actually relates to what you studied in college the last four years. Then, you slowly climb the corporate ladder until you’re actually able to make the moves and decisions of someone with authority. That process could and most likely does...
  • 4 Ways You Can Use Social Media To Grow Your New Business

    4 Ways You Can Use Social Media To Grow Your New Business

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    4 Ways You Can Use Social Media To Grow Your New Business So you just started your online business and you’re trying to decide what to focus on first. You have a product, but in order for it to be a business, you need customers. Social Media has proved to be the best way to introduce products to new customers in 2019. Because we...
  • Why People Are Hungrier Than Ever For Financial Literacy

    Why People Are Hungrier Than Ever For Financial Literacy

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    We are experiencing a significant cultural shift where more and more people are seeking financial literacy in an attempt to restructure their lives and find new opportunities for their futures. Whether seeking knowledge through traditional means such as formal education or finding resources like videos, online programs, or podcasts, people are taking control of their financial futures in a way we’ve never experienced before. Podcasting has...
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