Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council offer 10 different strategies for determining prices. Setting prices can be difficult for entrepreneurs, but entrepreneurs should consider what is fair in the market, writes Justin Faerman, co-founder of Conscious Lifestyle Magazine.
According to recent rankings by “Entrepreneur” magazine, SLU has one of the most successful programs for entrepreneurship studies in higher education, as its graduate program ranked at no. 20 and undergraduate program ranked at no. 33 on the list.
SLU’s legacy of entrepreneurship academia and deep connection to the burgeoning St. Louis start-up community is evident inside and outside the classroom, where students are challenged to develop and put entrepreneurial mindsets to use.
The bottom line: income inequality today is the largest it has been since the government began measuring it in 1967. America’s poorer neighborhoods are largely recipients of aid and top-down investment, often more akin to the approach used in emerging markets rather than mature economies. That’s the bad news.
The good news: over the past decade, a new system has begun to emerge. This system, which we label “Community Wealth” in a just released paper, is a radical shift in how private capital invests in distressed neighborhoods.
Nicklaus: Fady Hawatmeh thought St. Louis had nothing to offer startups. An Arch Grant changed his mind. | David Nicklaus | stltoday.com
Hawatmeh earned a finance degree at St. Louis University and worked as an analyst for Boeing in St. Louis and Seattle. 2019 Arch Grants winner.
“One major issue in the queer community involves the expression of gender,” senior Regis Wilson, past president of the Rainbow Alliance and Queer Closet co-organizer, said. “Many individuals question their gender and how best to express it at an affordable cost. One way we thought of bridging that gap was Queer Closet. With this resource, gender queer, questioning, androgynous and transsexual individuals can experiment with their gender expression.”
Compares Americans attitudes toward big business vs. Small business