In periods of dramatic change, entrepreneurship thrives. When the Covid-19 pandemic altered so many aspects of our lives, it also accelerated the growth of some nascent industries, and opened up new niches in which quick-thinking founders could start and grow successful businesses. After combing through the latest data and speaking to experts, we’ve compiled those promising sectors for Inc.‘s annual Best Industries report. Read on to learn which industries will give rise to the next generation of fast-growing startups.
Virtual Reality Workplace Training
Virtual reality and augmented reality tools were already on their way to being integrated into the
State officials have released an outline of what they call “best practices” for businesses, with some changes permitted to take effect one week from tomorrow. The state is hoping to streamline the process.Starting May 7, the state will replace the “Safer at Home 2.0 Business Guidance” with what is called “Best Practices.” It is a list of ways businesses can ease into re-opening.“A lot of our retailers were going above and beyond what the state was mandating anyway,” said Nancy Kyle, president of the New Hampshire Retail Association. “So, this is something they will continue to do and keep customers … Read More
By Tyler Gallagher, CEO and Founder of Regal Assets, an international alternative assets firm with offices in Beverly Hills, Toronto, London and Dubai.
Starting a business is never an easy feat, especially so when it’s a cryptocurrency venture. Cryptos still occupy a new space in the market that’s still impacted by financial and regulatory risk. Yet stories of fame, fortune and get-rich-quick IPOs tempt many an entrepreneur to the cryptocurrency sector — and too often for the wrong reasons.
Cryptocurrency holds the potential to democratize finance and create a true peer-to-peer medium of exchange that’s free from government
Recently I encountered a series of TikTok videos in which a guy creates some amazing cosplay stuff — swords, helmets, complete Iron Man costumes — using only a 3D printer. (Check him out on YouTube if you’re interested.) When you see the results, you figure he must be using some high-end industrial model far beyond the reach of ordinary humans.
Actually, he says you can do a lot with just a basic 3D printer — and he highly recommends starting with a Creality. I hadn’t heard of that brand, but after doing a bit of research, it does seem
Employing an accountant and retaining legal counsel are two important, but often overlooked, tasks that ensure your new business is running smoothly and free of expensive legal and financial missteps. Let’s take a look at some important points to consider when hiring a lawyer and accountant for your small business.
Hiring a lawyer
Avoiding future legal roadblocks by hiring a lawyer at the start of your business is a great way to save yourself money and headaches.
In late 2020, Josh Tetrick achieved a world first: His food tech company, Eat Just, became the first in the world to start selling cultured chicken for human consumption, after receiving the go-ahead from Singapore regulators.
The landmark approval marks a major leap forward for the multibillion-dollar company as it aims to disrupt the established animal agriculture industry.
But it wasn’t an easy journey, insisted the founder of the nine-year-old company, who had four pieces of advice to share with other would-be entrepreneurs.
First off, it’s important to be honest with yourself about whether or not you’re committed
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