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Your Weekly Recommendations Saturday, September 23, 2017
 
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An 18-year-old entrepreneur has idea that could change the world — and she might help change the tech industry too
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Kerala’s all-women self-help group to train Uganda women
The Indian Express » Section » India • Pti
This Entrepreneur Has A Brilliant System for Retaining Existing Clients
Inc. • Benjamin P. Hardy
Ivanka Trump struggled with postpartum depression
IOL (South Africa) • Xinhua
The A-Z of Popular Business Startups: A State by State Guide (Infographic)
Small Business News, Tips, Advice - Small Business Trends • Annie Pilon
Video Of The Week: Matthew Zeiler at Code Commerce
A VC • Fred Wilson
Uncertainty Over Health Care Law's Future Hobbles Entrepreneurs
NPR • Alex Smith
Valuable Perks to Attract Talent When Recruiting
MyVenturePad • Smith Big
How to Succeed in the Business of Health Care
MyVenturePad • Smith Big
Cost Conscious Considerations – 8 Ways to Improve Your Personal Financial Habits
MyVenturePad • Smith Big
 
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Enterprise Software, Entrepreneurship
An 18-year-old entrepreneur has idea that could change the world — and she might help change the tech industry too
Business InsiderCaroline Cakebread
Sharon Lin is not your typical 18-year-old. A freshman at MIT, Lin helped develop an Android app while interning at the US State Department. She's this year's Youth Poet Laureate in New York City. And She was named to Crain's 20 under...
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Agriculture, Entrepreneurship
Kerala’s all-women self-help group to train Uganda women
The Indian Express » Section » IndiaPti
Kerala’s all-women self-help group Kudumbashree is getting ready to impart entrepreneurial skill training to rural women in Uganda. Volunteers of Kudumbashree, the poverty eradication mission by the state government, were invited to help women launch profitable ventures in the agricultural sector of...
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Entrepreneurship
This Entrepreneur Has A Brilliant System for Retaining Existing Clients
Inc.Benjamin P. Hardy
Draye Redfern is a 28-year-old entrepreneur, health nut, and adrenaline junkie from Austin, Texas. Draye is an expert who helps improve individual's and organization's marketing, management and customers engagement. Draye has spoken at high level events, such as the Genius Network Annual...
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Entrepreneurship, Pregnancy & Birth
Ivanka Trump struggled with postpartum depression
IOL (South Africa)Xinhua
"With each of my three children, I had some level of postpartum depression," she said in an interview for The Dr. Oz Show aired in full on Thursday. "It was a very challenging, emotional time for me," the 35-year-old first daughter recalled,...
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Entrepreneurship, Real Estate
The A-Z of Popular Business Startups: A State by State Guide (Infographic)
Small Business News, Tips, Advice - Small Business TrendsAnnie Pilon
So many small businesses start as a dream. But what types of businesses are entrepreneurs currently dreaming about starting? Online equipment marketplace Bid on Equipment recently created an infographic showing the types of businesses that are most popular with prospective entrepreneurs and...
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Entrepreneurship, Technology Industry
Video Of The Week: Matthew Zeiler at Code Commerce
A VCFred Wilson
Matthew is the founder and CEO of our portfolio company Clarifai. Here is his talk (11mins) from last week’s Code Commerce conference in which he talks about how to use AI to grow your business.
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Affordable Care Act, Entrepreneurship
Uncertainty Over Health Care Law's Future Hobbles Entrepreneurs
NPRAlex Smith
Obamacare made it easier for people to leave jobs to start their own ventures and entice others to join, knowing they could buy insurance independently. Some entrepreneurs worry that could change.
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Employee Benefits, Entrepreneurship
Valuable Perks to Attract Talent When Recruiting
MyVenturePadSmith Big
For any business, the recruitment process is a very important one. It is essential for business owners and managers to find the right employees in order to help make a success of the company. However, getting quality applications from people who have...
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Barack Obama, Entrepreneurship
How to Succeed in the Business of Health Care
MyVenturePadSmith Big
Healthcare may be a mission for many healthcare providers, but delivering it is a business like any other. Failure to understand business requirements like thequality of care, service levels, and profit margins doom many healthcare providers and startups alike. Here are a...
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
Cost Conscious Considerations – 8 Ways to Improve Your Personal Financial Habits
MyVenturePadSmith Big
Most people at some point in their lives, will feel as though their finances are spiralling out of control. We have all experienced the feeling of having little to no money left over towards the end of the month before pay day....
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