Max Chinnah, a 26-year old inventor and entrepreneur from Nigeria, is hoping to change the lives of many people around the world with his newest invention - a smokeless stove that not only cooks food, but also converts heat energy into electricity to charge your phone!
Meet Joshua Danrich, the 11-year old kidpreneur from St. Louis, Missouri who is the owner and founder of “Mr. Fresh” Air Fresheners and Deodorizers. Launched in October 2018, his unique fragrances completely eliminate odors from dirty fabrics in both homes and vehicles.
8-year old Nicholas Buamah and his mother realized that younger kids and even some parents were having difficulties pronouncing the expanded words in his bestselling book series, so he decided to create an augmented reality...
Sometimes, no matter how experienced we are or how much we have accomplished, we all can use a little help to keep going, a bit of motivation if you will.
In the face of the inevitable obstacles we are going to encounter, here are ideas that have worked for me, my friends who run both entrepreneurial and micro businesses, and others I talked to.
Is using social media making people unhappy? Evidence is mounting that there is a link between social media and depression. In several recent studies, teenage and young adult users who spend the most time on Instagram, Facebook and other platforms were shown to have a substantially (from 13 to 66 percent) higher rate of reported depression than those who spent the least time.
You must forgive to cleanse your heart. You can't change the past, nobody can go back in time and avoid situations that hurt us, I am sure that many of us would like to do it to fix what we did wrong and avoid the pain, but it is impossible!
As of 2 February 2019, he is China's richest man, with a net worth of $41.1 billion, as well as one of the wealthiest people in the world and also was ranked 21st in the world by Forbes Magazine' World's Most Powerful People.
In 2013, Adobe conducted a comprehensive research study and found that 76% of marketers believe that marketing changed more in the past 2 years than in the previous 50. Digital technologies were changing rapidly, impacting how marketers build their strategies and market to their audiences. Today, fast digital innovation has been replaced with the strategic implementation of new technologies in marketing.
As companies scale back on expensive, benefit-heavy workforce, they're increasingly turning to outside--freelance--help. If you've got expertise in the right areas, there's a good chance you can parlay it into a freelance career by sharing your knowledge and skills with a variety of clients.
Today companies need the latest data at their fingertips, without it they limit their agility and ability to maneuver potential competition, says Alasdair Parsonson, Technical Expert at Data Intelligence for Hitachi Vantara