Being a [Law] Student Entrepreneur

Isabelle Martinez Co-Founder, Entrepreneurship, Founders, Networking Leave a Comment

I get crazy looks when people find out that I’m both a law student and an entrepreneur. It’s perhaps the most stressful thing I’ve done to date. Balancing the demands of my J.D. curriculum with the demands of starting a business is quite the challenge. You wonder sometimes why someone would put themselves through such madness. However, being a student …

How to Quickly Become an Industry & Market Expert

Isabelle Martinez Entrepreneurship, Founders, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

It’s crucial that startup founders become knowledgeable of the industry and market they aim to succeed in. Demonstrating that you are well-versed and well-read in such topics proves your credibility to lead your company. Plus, answering any questions after a pitch or demo will be a breeze if you have done the necessary homework. With that being said, I have …

The Two Types of Entrepreneurs

Will Silverman Entrepreneurship, Founders Leave a Comment

We’ve all heard it before… “The world is filled with two types of people.” Dog people or cat people, vanilla people or chocolate people, Apple® people or Android® people (let’s just admit that Blackberry® people are too small to measure).  As it turns out, entrepreneurs can also be classified as two types of people:  replicative entrepreneurs, and innovative entrepreneurs. The …