Starting a Business – Part I
In this video, Amy Abrams and Adelaide Lancaster of In Good Company Workplaces will talk about what you need to know when you work for yourself. They address the common pitfalls and challenges of independent workers, and more importantly share strategies on how you can build your business in a way that is meaningful, rewarding, and enjoyable for you. Join Amy and Adelaide in this segment to learn some important things to think about the business of running a business.
For more information about the information that Amy and Adelaide went over in the video, you can click below to download both the highlights and resources for this video.
The Business of Running a Business
Business of Running a Business Resources
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Amy Abrams is co-founder of In Good Company Workplaces, an innovative community and workspace for women entrepreneurs. With over 12 years of entrepreneurial experience, Amy excels at indentifying new business opportunities. She leverages her creative thinking to help entrepreneurs articulate their business visions, create revenue streams and formulate strategic execution plans. Amy is also the founder of Artists & Fleas, a marketplace for emerging artists, designers and vintage collectors in Brooklyn. Over the past seven years, Artists & Fleas helped thousands of artists and designers showcase their creations and get into business for themselves.
Adelaide Lancaster is co-founder of In Good Company Workplaces, an innovative community and workspace for women entrepreneurs, where she has helped thousands of women to start and grow their business. Adelaide is both a strategic thinker and master implementer and excels at making business ideas a reality and helping businesses grow to their potential. Her work allows her to leverage her academic training in organizational development and counseling psychology to help entrepreneurs create successful business structures, plans, and processes. She was recently featured in the book Upstarts!, as one of 60 Gen-Y entrepreneurs who are rocking the world of business.
Amy and Adelaide welcome your questions and invite you to weigh in with your own opinions and experiences in the comment section below.