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This is one of the tough questions of creating a start-up. This article on Inc.com by David Cohen offers good questions that each founder should be asking themselves about being the CEO of their own startup company. It’s your company–the product of … Continue reading
Gwinnett Innovation Park is home to several successful companies started by engineers and the Ehub Nspire Program has a number of engineers who are now entrepreneurs. The following article by Martin Zwilling, Contributor to Forbes, outlines seven steps from engineer to entrepreneur. Forbes: It’s a Big … Continue reading
Being surrounded by the Nspire entrepreneurs at eHub, it is so interesting to hear their stories and the steps that lead them to eHub. I can only imagine how much easier life would be if they had been recruited by a … Continue reading
This article about starting over, especially when it’s regarding your top-selling product, was very interesting. Living in Atlanta I remember the disaster called New Coke and anyone on Facebook has seen the outrage that occurs every time Facebook makes a change. Saying that, I have tried … Continue reading
New Years Resolutions out the door? I’m not sure I even made mine, they were just abstract thoughts that got lost while getting my kids back to college and preparing for the Consumer Electonics Show. All is not lost. I … Continue reading
Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season!
Gwinnett Innovation Park’s eHub is proud to be the home of several Gen-Y start up companies as part of the Nspire Program. These types of companies are truly the key to improving our economy and the future success of our … Continue reading
Nspire Helps Atlanta Entrepreneurs on Their Path to Success Gwinnett Innovation Park, a unique, affordable, low risk space alternative for start-ups, entrepreneurs, independent professionals and teleworkers, announced two additional Nspire Program companies, PerSEEv.me and Undercurrent Labs. Launched this summer, the … Continue reading