Articles Tagged - entrepreneurs

How to Assimilate Millennial Employees into your Workplace Culture

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Wiss Associate  This year, the 34-and-under generation will surpass baby boomers as the largest slice of the U.S. population — and they are a steadily growing segment of the business startup class. As their influence expands in entrepreneurial America, it becomes important to understand how they differ from the boomers and Generation X workers who preceded them.  Studies have shown that millennials want to think of their work lives as furthering a purpose, not just bringing home a paych... read more.

Welcome to Silicon Alley

By Wiss, Posted in Technology

Tech start-ups meet funding in the Big Apple  By Ryan S. Silva, CPA, CFE, CVA  Start-up technology entrepreneurs and investors need to take a close look at New York City’s Silicon Alley, if they haven’t already. There’s a reason the name is so similar to Silicon Valley on the opposite coast. Both are geographic centers of tech innovation, but in addition to the young brainpower in early-stage technology development, this tech hub is as much about access to the nearby capital m... read more.

Stay Lean

By Wiss, Posted in Food & Beverage

How food and beverage entrepreneurs can ramp up production without going broke in the process By Jim Duffy  You’ve just sold your leading food or beverage product to a major supermarket chain and it wants to conduct a test run in 50 stores. Your hard work is finally paying off. Your company just got bigger in terms of sales and opportunity, and now you need the workforce to match. Right? Not so fast.  The power of outsourcing The true cost of an employee is much greater than a salary,... read more.