Samantha DiGennaro, Founder & CEO, DiGennaro Communications

Many entrepreneurs resist the strictures of hierarchy, and I am no exception. We want the best ideas and actions to come from anywhere and take flight. In my experience, hierarchies limit people, keeping them at prescribed levels and often times preventing them from thinking bigger or stretching beyond their comfort zones.

the ceo magazine, startup
Peter Champe

When I created a new and better nasal aspirator to ease our son’s chronic nasal congestion, I didn’t really know what it meant to start a business.  Now Baby Comfy Nose is available in 7800 Walgreens stores nationwide and the larger baby products company, Baby Comfy Care is expanding. There are many things I wish I had known before starting this venture and although I’ve managed to muddle through various challenges, I would have been better off, and perhaps you will too, by considering these points.

ceo magazine, entrepreneurship
Bill Clerico

I was born in the 1980s – the height of trickle down economics and Gordon Gekko – a time when the people and corporations who controlled the money and economics did it from the tops down. Today, while most of the money remains in the hands of the richest 1% of Americans, technology has unleashed the capabilities of ordinary Americans to take matters into their own hands, crafting their own livelihoods – creating, in effect, a Bottom Up economic revolution.



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