Hey Entrepreneurs! This week we're interviewing folks at Denver Startup Week since many entrepreneurs work from home. This allows them to work around their family and spend more time with their children. It allows stay at home parents to raise their small children and contribute to the family's bottom line and change the world. It can be wonderful for college students who are launching, too. However, it can be very difficult to balance work and home, especially if they share the same table!
Hear what Mentors at Denver Startup Week 2015 have to say:
A lot of people think of Silicon Valley as the premier place for startup companies, and while it's true that the Valley has its share of success stories, it doesn't mean that you need to pick up and move to California to start your business. Denver, Colorado has actually recently been named the second best place to start a business, and the amount of new businesses that continue to build and succeed are a testament to the city's dedication to supporting entrepreneurs.
So you are working on your Colorado startup and you are about ready to launch. Now what? Now it is time to put together your marketing plan and go public. Of course you have done your research and you know the standard answers for publicizing your business: social media, coupons, networking, etc. But what are some more interesting and creative ways you can publicize your Colorado startup:
Every person who has had the experience of starting a business knows the fear that comes from taking those first steps. You are putting your energy, your income and aspects of your life on the line to bring something to the market. You believe this is worth it, but how do you address those fears that just do not go away?