Wednesday Dump: Links from the Web

Week of 2/11/2015-2/18/2015

REB 013: Bare Bites with Allison Levitt

Allison Levitt is the founder of Bare Bites, a pet product company out of Frederick, Maryland.  Bare Bites produces all natural treats for dogs, cats, and horses.  Allison previously owned a retail pet store which she sold so she could focus on Bare Bites. In this episode Brandon and Allison discuss: Creating natural products for […]

Wednesday Dump: Links from the Web

Week of 2/4/2015-2/11/2015

Having your Value Proposition Align with your Personal Values

I have dabbled in a number of businesses over the last few years.  My initial interest in many businesses is a strong and competitive value proposition as well as an elegant business model. I have learned over time that I can only stand behind and sell a business that aligns completely with my core values.  […]

Wednesday Dump: Links from the Web

Week of 1/28/2015-2/4/2015

Be Mindful of Who you are Selling to and Their Motivation

As a sales person, it is easy to get into the mindset that if you demonstrate that your solution is better in a straightforward, concise and analytical/logical manner, you will get the sale.  In reality this is often not the case. Humans are funny creatures.  We all have different motivations and are influenced by different […]

REB 012: Johann Moonesinghe and Equity Eats

Johann Moonesinghe is the CEO of EquityEats, a crowdfunding platform for restaurants.  Johann and his partners opened EquityEats in 2014.  They currently have four investments on the site and will be opening a pop-up space to showcase chefs and restaurants in Washington D.C.  The founders believe the food and beverage service industry is perfectly positioned […]

Wednesday Dump: Links from the Web

Week of 1/21/2015-1/28/2015

Business Mistakes: Who Are You Interacting With on A Daily Basis?

When analyzing a business people often think about the business itself.  They consider the business model, the product or service, the sales proposition, and the competitive advantage.  What many might not dig into when they think about a new business is with whom they will be interacting on the day-to-day operations.  I say this because […]

Wednesday Dump: Links from the Web

Week of 01/14/2015-01/21/2015