Is your company missing a solid social media strategy? Are you talking to the wrong people on Twitter or using the same message across channels? Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Barry Moltz highlights these and other mistakes you should avoid when using social media for your business.
Running a great business requires more than a great idea. It requires financial literacy and guidance. Read on to see what Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Daymond John from ABC's "Shark Tank" thinks is one of the most important aspects of building a small business.
The Miller Lite Tap the Future competition includes Live Pitch Events, where semifinalists will present their ideas to business expert judges, including Daymond John from ABC’s "Shark Tank." Inc. magazine shares how you can ace your presentation, 'Shark Tank' style.
Submissions to the 2014 Miller Lite Tap the Future business plan competition are being accepted NOW through April 6! Do you and your friends have an original business idea? Apply now and let’s get down to business
Global brands encompass originality, forward thinking, trend setting and brand recognition. Read on as Ted Jenkin shares tips that he learned from Daymond John at the 2013 Atlanta Tap the Future Live Pitch Event on “How to Swim in the Shark Tank.”
Aaron Firestein and Raaja Nemani, co-founders of BucketFeet, are purveyors of originality. Launched in 2011, BucketFeet’s mission is to find a different artist to design every shoe they produce, giving customers original shoes that stand out from the crowd. Read on to learn more about their story of starting a business together.
Most successful entrepreneurs didn’t follow the masses. They started their businesses hoping to build wealth and/or pursue their passions. Read on as Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Daymond John shares his thoughts and find out if you have the DNA of an Entrepreneur.