Are you ready for Denver Startup Week? The weeklong spotlight on innovation in Colorado is kicking off on September 16th, 2019. Denver Startup Week has …
Arts educator-turned-entrepreneur Emily Hope Dobkin shares advice on how to cultivate creativity and build community and connection for your business.
As an Accountant-turned-entrepreneur, Leontyne Ashmore understands the struggles today’s entrepreneurs go through when they’re trying to get their businesses off the ground. Her minimalist shoe brand, Lisbeth Joe, is currently being crowdfunded on Indiegogo. PEEKaMEET had the opportunity to ask Leontyne about her experience starting a new business and her advice on how entrepreneurs and other small business professionals can network and “find their tribe.”
You’ve attended the networking event, you connected with someone who you think could be a beneficial business connection. You’ve exchanged contact info. Now what? Don’t let your new business connections fall through. Here are 10 tips for writing and executing the perfect follow-up email for your new networking contact.
Chad Coleman, the Co-Founder and CEO of Herosmyth, knows how challenging it can be for small businesses to get their feet off the ground and to make their brand heard through today’s noisy digital landscape. In PEEKaMEET’s recent interview with Chad, he explains how storytelling is a key component to creating authentic connections with your audience and about “embracing the small”
No need to resort to cheesy lines (“how much does a polar bear weigh? Enough to break the ice, Hi I’m…) These conversation starters will make you memorable, lead into the right conversations, and ultimately lead to promising business connections.