Philly.com by ASWIN MANNEPALLI
When Jake Murphy deployed to Kuwait in 2011, he could hardly have imagined that he would be leading a company a few years later that is on track to serve 1,000 customers in Philadelphia by year's end. - Aswin Mannepalli, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
I've worked for some great leaders and observed others in the heat of battle. I've mixed the lessons together and developed my own unique leadership style that seems to work quite well at my firm, Peppercomm. For me, it's all about leading by example and here are three ways I do it.
Getting that first round of venture capital can be tough, but it's far from the hardest thing you'll do as a founder. It's also ( as we've heard before from Philly founders) not a business model but rather a strategy to push forward with your idea.
Muster Across America Tour, Supported by JPMorgan Chase and Comcast, Visits Philadelphia with Second Annual Muster Philadelphia September 27, 2017
Local military veterans looking to become entrepreneurs need look no further than the Penn State Small Business Development Center for a way to best prepare for success.
As a Military spouse you know all too well the career challenges you face when confronted with move after move….do you look for a new job each time your spouse gets redeployed? Do you drop out of the workforce entirely? What options do you have?
Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Comcast has just released its annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report. NBC10's Rosemary Connors joins Dalila Wilson-Scott, and Suzanne Garber to discuss Comcast's impact on the community.
Comcast Business Community
We recently sat down with Chris Diaz, CEO and co-founder of Serve1 and former Fleet Marine Force Corpsman for the U.S. Navy, to talk about entrepreneurship.
The incubator supports vets growing their own enterprises. As the Coded By Kids founder puts it, there's a certain sense of community that comes from working alongside people who've been through what you’ve been through.
As laundry services multiply in Philadelphia, Starchup believes it has found a market for its app if it can convince largely immigrant-owned dry cleaners to move away from their traditional business models.
Philadelphia Business Journal
Twenty two veterans from nine states will arrive at St. Joseph’s University next week, ready for a different kind of boot camp.
Pat Tillman Foundation
Tillman Tuesday: Scholar Chris Diaz On the Journey of a Lifetime
This week, we spotlight 2013 Tillman Scholar Chris Diaz, a proud New Yorker and Navy Corpsman who is pursuing his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Drexel University.
Many millennials are researching or even using robo-investors because of the low fees and ease of use, but this new industry is missing one key aspect: advice.