Entrepreneurs need their own team to navigate the sales process.
posted by: Scott Hislop
Jun 23, 2017 12:39:00 PM
As an entrepreneur, you’re constantly reading up on new marketing tactics, market statistics, and up-and-coming industries. With the sea of information available to you on the internet today, filtering through the countless web pages and information on social media can feel like being stuck in a maze. Get out of the knowledge rut by checking out these wonderfully curated and informative publications to keep you on top of your business game.
Entrepreneur.com is an online publication dedicated to providing information to entrepreneurs of all backgrounds. Whether you’re a seasoned professional with multiple multi-million dollar companies or a newcomer to the business world with a passion for achieving great results, entrepreneur.com will provide you with access to countless articles. They have a “solutions” tab for when you’re looking for specific information to help jump-start an idea, or an “inspiration” for when you’re wanting to discover other’s work, and be inspired by their journeys.
Mostly everyone has heard of Forbes magazine. This business-powerhouse publication is one of the most well-known publications in the world of business, and landing yourself in Forbes, either as a writer or a business, is highly sought after. Their products range from an online publication to e-books, and even a Five-Year Journal for entrepreneurs to set and maintain their goals.
As a publication read by 1.4 million adults each week, both in print and online, the Star Tribune is Minnesota’s number one resource for local news and events. Minnesotans look towards this publication each and every day for local news, world news, updates, events, and videos. As an active entrepreneur, scan through the Star Tribune daily for a substantial dose of information that matters to you, and to keep up with the current business trends in Minnesota and beyond.
The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal was developed so as you enter the site, you’re welcomed with a “business tip of the week”, and the experience only gets better from there. The business journal offers business professionals access to news, information, events, and awards surrounding businesses in Minnesota and St. Paul. Local publications like this are essential for a successful career in business, as knowledge is power.Transworld Business Advisors of Minnesota is dedicated to helping professionals acquire the business of their dreams. If you’re an entrepreneur looking to find business opportunities or buy a business, read our blog post on finding businesses for sale in Minnesota. Check out our available listings for more information.