Judd Hollas, Founder & Chief Inventor, EquityNet

Just some years ago the term “crowdfunding” was a foreign concept to many people who didn’t understand this new and alternative way to access capital. However, today the word has now become a part of the everyday business vernacular. In fact, businesses last year raised more than 5.1 billion dollars worldwide using this practice.

Leveraging Corporate Strategies to Achieve Your Personal & Professional Goals! 

No More Resolutions….It’s about Your Plan!

It’s that time of year again -- time to make New Year’s resolutions!  According to StatisticsBrain.com,1 62% of us will make a resolution and only 8% of us will succeed!   It’s no wonder that with such a low success rate that 38% of the population never make New Year’s Resolutions. 

ceo magazine, entrepreneurship
Judd Hollas, Founder & Chief Inventor, EquityNet

The crowdfunding industry is gaining serious momentum, and with the implementation of Title III of the JOBS Act coming up next year, entrepreneurs will soon have many more options when it comes to fundraising. Title III will allow many Americans who are not considered high-net-worth individuals to invest in private small businesses and startups to own a percentage of those companies. This is going to give entrepreneurs a much larger selection of potential investors than ever before. It’s anticipated that Title III won’t come into effect until sometime next spring, but proactive entrepreneurs can take action now to be prepared to leverage this new law when it gets passed.

ceo magazine, entrepreneurship
Shannon Waller

Would you like to have a Self-Managing Company? Even though I haven't said what a "Self-Managing Company" is, I bet you can picture what that would mean for you—and you want one!

As a business leader, you took the risks of starting a company, building the organization, and working out how to create value for your clientele. During this process, a lot of the responsibility for growing the company naturally fell on your shoulders. However, as the business continues to grow, it doesn't make sense for you to be the only one holding that responsibility.

ceo magazine, leadership
Jeremy Kingsley

It’s a uniquely American success story. A Louisiana guy who liked to hunt and work with his hands set up a shop in his shed, then discovered he could make a good living selling his handmade duck calls. One of his children had a talent for business, got a degree and took over as CEO, and working together the family grew their homespun industry into a major enterprise.

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