Teddy Luben is a web entrepreneur who has founded and cofounded several music Web sites and related blogs. He is an editorial contributor to Inc Plan Start Up blogs. Teddy is currently a senior at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA.
We provide a range of emigration services for the US and Europe that help entrepreneurs and investors to move to a new country. We specialize in visas for investing capital. In the US it is the EB-5.
What are your clients motivations for migrating?
Most of our clients already have small or medium size operations in the in the country they are looking to emigrate to. They often come to conclusion that it will be impossible to take their business to the next level without having a presence in that country. Entrepreneurs will look to move themselves or their employees. Read More→
One of the first challenges an entrepreneur faces is creating a professional image on a shoestring. Companies like Champion Office Suites can provide fully staffed, business ready offices without requiring a long term commitment. From both his past in real estate and present as an entrepreneur, Roger Kahn understands start-up needs, and has made a successful business of satisfying them. Read More→
How can the creation of a DBA (fictitious name) help me advance my e-commerce business?
DBAs (Doing Business As, or “Trading As”) are great for e-commerce companies because they make it possible to own several websites under one corporation. DBAs make it possible to operate a business under a name other than the corporate name filed with the state, or your personal name. If a corporation has several DBAs, banks will allow that corporation to accept checks made out to the different “trading as” names. DBAs help a company’s credibility because people like writing checks to a company name that sounds similar to the name of the website. Nobody wants to pay Company A for goods/services that come from Company B. Additionally, operating different business each under its own DBA allows better tracking of the performance of each business. Read More→
Entrepreneur of the Week: Ray Meyers of Evil Genius
How long have you been an entrepreneur? What did you do before?
I have been working as a computer network analyst for over 20 years. I held a variety of jobs before that. I worked in retail, restaurants, landscaping and installing sound systems.
How did you get started as an computer network specialist?
Ever since I was a kid I enjoyed seeing how things work. I loved to take apart and fix all sorts of electronic devices; I was really passionate about sound systems. People would routinely ask me to wire their homes and business. Working at Staples I advised people on the kinds of hardware and software they would need for their particular situation. People would grow frustrated and ask me if I would do the installation for them. I eventually got so many requests that I decided to start my own business. Read More→
This article is the first in a multi-part series concerning the best ways for start-up business owners to capitalize on internet commerce. There are virtually no barriers to entry in launching an international online business. The simple steps of creating a productive structure for new e-commerce businesses will be the focus of these articles. Below are some of the basic steps that any new company must implement. Read More→
Extremism on the Rise in Europe
The European Union was created to improve the economic strength of Europe and to prevent another major World War. In many ways this has been a success; there has been peace and there is now more cooperation between European countries for business than in any point in history. Capital for investment moves with much greater ease between countries. Read More→
Will the Europe Economy collapse?
Austrian Economist Barbara Kolm discusses problems with the future of the Europe. She predicts that the bureaucracy and the lack of democracy that comes with the European Union will ultimately be the downfall of the Euro and the European alliance system as we know it. She believes that European countries need to undergo major structural reforms to promote economic growth. She points to Sweden as a model country to emulate.