What ways have you seen businesses uniquely providing delivery and carry-out wins from online or in-app purchases?Continue reading
The unexpected impact of COVID-19 pandemic and the required social distancing for public safety is hitting brick and mortar stores right in the heart of their business: in-person sales and engagement. With fewer people coming through their doors, sales are declining, and many owners are having to make hard decisions. How do you determine trends… Continue reading
Asians make up roughly 73 percent of Stuyvesant’s 3,300 students, while white students are about 20 percent of the school. Hispanic students make up another 3 percent, with black students just under 1 percent. The city school system is nearly 70 percent black and Hispanic with white and Asian students making up roughly another 15 percent each.Continue reading
So you have an idea.. So you have a revolutionary idea for a new product. You have a vision, a well thought out business model, and you’re able to execute. If everything goes as planned, you’ll improve the lives of billions of consumers and fundamentally reshape the industry. But how do you turn a good… Continue reading
Without a doubt, the city of Birmingham is committed to attracting & supporting underrepresented founders through corporate partnerships, mentorship and venture capital.Continue reading
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A week ago today, episode #19 of The Pitch Podcast was published to Sticher Radio, Pocketcast, iTunes, etc.. One of my companies, SandBox Commerce was featured during a 90-minute recording. After nervously stumbling through a nearly incoherent introduction then finishing pretty strong, I managed to receive 2 verbal commitments from investors. Over the last few… Continue reading