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Gautier-Girard.com

Devenir entrepreneur sans prendre de risques et en cotisant pour le chômage : focus sur la coopérative d’activités
Devenir entrepreneur sans prendre de risques et en cotisant pour le chômage : focus sur la coopérative d’activités
Les porteurs de projet ignorent souvent que pour tester une activité et pour la développer, il n’y a pas que le statut d’auto-entrepreneur ! La  coopérative d’activité et d’emploi (CAE) est notamment une forme d’entrepreneuriat collectif très intéressante...
Vous alignez vos prix sur la concurrence ? Cela peut vous empêcher de vendre !
Vous alignez vos prix sur la concurrence ? Cela peut vous empêcher de vendre !
Quand on crée une entreprise, la tentation est grande de regarder les prix pratiqués par la concurrence et de “s’aligner” dessus avec l’espoir de trouver ainsi plus facilement des clients. Mais cette stratégie n’est pas forcément la plus pertinente. S’il faut...
Prospection : 3 questions à vous poser si vous voulez réussir à vendre
Prospection : 3 questions à vous poser si vous voulez réussir à vendre
Il ne suffit pas de créer une entreprise pour commencer à vendre, même si vous avez trouvé LA bonne idée de produits ou de services. Pour vendre, il faut avoir des arguments solides à mettre en avant et se démarquer de la concurrence. Alors avant de vous lancer dans de grandes actions de...
Jean-Michel Houssay : “Tout travail est une oeuvre d’art”
Jean-Michel Houssay : “Tout travail est une oeuvre d’art”
Bonjour Jean-Michel, Vous avez décidé de lancer votre activité pour ne plus rester à attendre une proposition d’emploi qui ne venait pas. Pourriez-vous vous présenter, ainsi que votre entreprise ? Je suis Jean-Michel HOUSSAY. Je suis auto-entrepreneur et écrivain public. J’ai créé...
Retards de paiement : grâce aux petites entreprises, la France atteint son record de baisse des retards
Retards de paiement : grâce aux petites entreprises, la France atteint son record de baisse des retards
Fin 2016, la moyenne des retards de paiement est passée à 11,3 jours… soit un véritable record pour la France ! Fin 1994, quand Altarès a commencé à mesurer les retards, ils atteignaient près de 20 jours. La France est donc sur la troisième marche du podium des retards, juste...
Procrastination : pour avancer, ne prévoyez pas plus de 3 à 5 priorités chaque jour
Procrastination : pour avancer, ne prévoyez pas plus de 3 à 5 priorités chaque jour
Il n’y a rien de pire que de terminer sa journée en ayant le sentiment d’avoir procrastiné et de ne pas avoir du tout avancé ! On a remis des tâches importantes au lendemain, on a perdu du temps à réfléchir à la façon de faire bouger les choses, on n’a pas vu les heures...
3 tendances qui vont faire le e-commerce de demain
3 tendances qui vont faire le e-commerce de demain
Le mois dernier, le salon One to One a réuni à Monaco les principaux acteurs du e-commerce. Au sein de l’ “innovation corner”, plusieurs start-ups ont été mises en avant pour valoriser l’innovation apportée en réponse aux besoins identifiés du marché. C’est une...
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Fabrice-Grinda.com

Greenland is awe inspiring!
Greenland is awe inspiring!
I had the pleasure of heli skiing in Greenland with EA Heli. The setting was mind boggling. I kept almost crashing as I was ogling the majestic scenery and forgetting I was skiing! I was truly humbled by the jaw dropping beauty of nature.... Read More
Interview with Whats Up New York BFMTV!
Interview with Whats Up New York BFMTV!
What’s Up New York: Zoom sur un business angel multimillionnaire – 15/03 Fabrice Grinda, entrepreneur et business angel, était l’invité de Sabrina Quagliozzi, correspondante de BFM Business à New York. Il a livré les secrets et les clés de la réussite de ses investissements....
Skiing is Divine!
Skiing is Divine!
There is something magical about floating on powder. I find that it’s an amazing way to hack my flow state. My current favorite go to operator is Eagle Pass near Revelstoke.... Read More
We are lucky to be alive right now!
We are lucky to be alive right now!
In these fraught political times, it’s good to take a step back from the day to day minutia. In the grand scheme of things, global quality of life has dramatically improved. In 1820, 94% of the world’s population lived in extreme poverty. Even in 1910, 82% of the world’s population lived in...
FJ Labs 2016 Year in Review
FJ Labs 2016 Year in Review
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2016: an amazing year (really)
2016: an amazing year (really)
I went 0 for 4 on election predictions (Brexit, Duterte, Colombian peace, Trump), and was wrong about the scale of the loss of the Italian referendum, but 2016 was amazing on a personal and professional level. In the first half of the year I still suffered from the after effects of last year’s...
NOAH 2016 Keynote: Confessions of an Accidental Angel
NOAH 2016 Keynote: Confessions of an Accidental Angel
I had the privilege of giving a keynote at NOAH. I shared FJ Labs’ vision and unconventional approach and some contrarian thoughts on AI, VR, drones and much more.   You can also find the slides below. NOAH 2016 Keynote: Confessions of an Accidental Angel from Fabrice Grinda... Read More
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Youngentrepreneur.com

Why Life Is Too Short to Work Somewhere You Don't Care About
Why Life Is Too Short to Work Somewhere You Don't Care About
Edreece Arghandiwal was planning to become a doctor when deaths in his family changed his perspective.
Why Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Your Kids Can Be the Best Investment
Why Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Your Kids Can Be the Best Investment
Whether our kids become entrepreneurs, artists or anything they want, our job is to lead them on the path they want to go.
This Entrepreneur Skipped College and Made $1,037,100 In Five Months
This Entrepreneur Skipped College and Made $1,037,100 In Five Months
The Million Dollar Homepage is a successful gimmick that proves success has no formula.
5 Lessons From a Teenager Who Founded Her Own Record Label
5 Lessons From a Teenager Who Founded Her Own Record Label
Iliana Eve is just 14 but already savvy in the ways of winning friends and launching companies.
11 Steps to Starting a Successful Business in Your 20s
11 Steps to Starting a Successful Business in Your 20s
Your 20s are meant for hustling.
3 Tips for Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs From Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec
3 Tips for Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs From Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec
How to encourage kids to develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
What's it Going to Take for You to Change Humanity?
What's it Going to Take for You to Change Humanity?
Lead and be empowered to do enormous things in this world.
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SmallBiztrends.com

Apple is Drastically Cutting App Store Affiliate Commissions
Apple is Drastically Cutting App Store Affiliate Commissions
Since Apple's App Store commissions were cut, affiliates are going to be getting significantly less money for each of their referrals.
2.5 Million Small Businesses Are Owned by American Military Vets (Report)
2.5 Million Small Businesses Are Owned by American Military Vets (Report)
According to the SBA report, “Veteran-Owned Businesses and Their Owners,” veteran owned business statistics show that these small businesses are thriving.
48 Hour Start-up: Can You Really Launch a Business in Just 2 days?
48 Hour Start-up: Can You Really Launch a Business in Just 2 days?
The 48 Hour Start-up was designed to be a hacked version of the business-creating method developed by Fraser Doherty, a serial entrepreneur.
Join This Twitter Chat During National #SmallBusinessWeek
Join This Twitter Chat During National #SmallBusinessWeek
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10 Steps to Becoming the Best Entrepreneur You Can Be
10 Steps to Becoming the Best Entrepreneur You Can Be
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How Do You Fire a Family Member?
How Do You Fire a Family Member?
While family-run businesses can be close-knit and successful, they are not without their challenges. The biggest? Knowing how to fire a family member.
Money on the Table Shows Why We Need Gender-Balanced Business Leadership Now
Money on the Table Shows Why We Need Gender-Balanced Business Leadership Now
Money on the Table explores the delays in a creating a more gender-balanced form of leadership and what these delays are doing to businesses' bottom lines.
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Bigthink.com

Scientists Create a Bizarre Superfluid with "Negative Mass"
Scientists Create a Bizarre Superfluid with "Negative Mass"
Scientists create a superfluid with negative mass that accelerates backwards.Read More
Artificial Womb Closer As Scientists Create Fluid-Filled "BioBags"
Artificial Womb Closer As Scientists Create Fluid-Filled "BioBags"
Scientists successfully test an ingenious system for growing premature fetuses.Read More
One Beer An Hour is Our Rule of Thumb for Drinking. It is Dead Wrong.
One Beer An Hour is Our Rule of Thumb for Drinking. It is Dead Wrong.
Our "one beer an hour" rule of thumb is based on drinking a bottle of Bud. Now that more people are drinking pints of stronger craft brews, how do we adjust this rule of thumb?Read More
3 Studies Reveal What the Post-millennial Generation Thinks Is Cool
3 Studies Reveal What the Post-millennial Generation Thinks Is Cool
It happens every once in a great while: the 'Kids' come down from their lofty peak and tell the elders what they think is "cool."Read More
Planet with Earth-like Atmosphere Found 39 Light Years Away
Planet with Earth-like Atmosphere Found 39 Light Years Away
Looking for some fresh real estate? Somewhere not too crowded, far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city? Well then look no further than GJ 1132b, a new planet just 39 light years away.   Read More
'Populism Isn't Bad. False Populism Is.' Here Are This Week's Top Comments
'Populism Isn't Bad. False Populism Is.' Here Are This Week's Top Comments
Here are this week's top comments on Big Think content from across the Web.Read More
What Europe Might Have Looked Like If It Had Been Colonised
What Europe Might Have Looked Like If It Had Been Colonised
Wingland? Flemingia? The indignity of colonisation includes the imposed ignorance of the coloniserRead More
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Smallbusiness.co.uk

Survey finds 11.5 million incidents of cybercrime in England and Wales
Survey finds 11.5 million incidents of cybercrime in England and Wales
New figures published today by the Office of National Statistics reveal the extent of cybercrime facing individuals and businesses. According to the Crime in England and Wales: year ending Dec 2016 report, there were 11.5 million incidents of crime relating to computer misuse and fraud offences in...
Getting the right insurance in place for a digital marketing agency
Getting the right insurance in place for a digital marketing agency
In this piece, Simon Douglass, founder of digital marketing agency Curated Digital, discusses the key insurance provisions he made for his new and growing company. 1. When did you start the business, why, and what were you doing before this? Curated Digital was formed in 2014 to provide brands...
How to navigate uncertain political situations as a small business owner
How to navigate uncertain political situations as a small business owner
After a long bank holiday weekend, I was sat in a meeting with some of our employees on Tuesday morning to plan for the coming week. At around 11am, we were wrapping up our meeting ready to get back to work. Theresa May had other plans for us. The prime minister unexpectedly announced that Britain...
Top small business tips for modern day networking
Top small business tips for modern day networking
Networking is especially important for entrepreneurs and small business owners. It can provide opportunities to discover and engage with new business prospects, as well as other professional contacts or mentors who can help bring new perspectives into your business. When it comes to traditional...
Why Brexit doesn’t mean blackout for cross-border trade
Why Brexit doesn’t mean blackout for cross-border trade
On Wednesday March 29th the government triggered Article 50, marking the formal process of Britain leaving the European Union. In theory, leaving the single market is supposed to take two years, meaning that Britain should leave the European Union no later than April 2019. Triggering article 50 is...
How I started and grew my architecture business
How I started and grew my architecture business
Here, we talk to Jon Beswick, founder of London-based architecture practice Adventure In Architecture, about the African inspiration for his business, acquiring a Golden Globe-winning client, and the power of word of mouth for marketing. When did you start the business, why, and what were you...
New stats indicate small businesses are facing declining investment
New stats indicate small businesses are facing declining investment
Statistics released by HMRC demonstrate a near 20 per cent decline in the amount raised by companies using Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) tax relief, year on year. The number of companies using EIS scheme while the total amount raised fell by over £200 million. ‘We are seeing the...
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Enviedentreprendre.com

"Petite chronique boursière " : Dis, Tonton Sam, pourquoi tu tousses ?
"Petite chronique boursière " : Dis, Tonton Sam, pourquoi tu tousses ?
Par Vincent Colot (chroniqueur exclusif) - Analyste financier Qui pense à la Bourse pense directement à Wall Street. La place de New York n’est-elle pas le temple de la finance mondiale ? La finance restant une discipline éminemment américaine, il...
Secret de la relation Client/Fournisseurs
Secret de la relation Client/Fournisseurs
Par Nicolas Thébault (chroniqueur exclusif) - Expert des réseaux professionnels Pour réussir dans les affaires, traitez vos fournisseurs comme des clients et les clients comme des fournisseurs Ce conseil reçu d’un entrepreneur à succès m’a marqué. Je veux partager avec...
Les premières étapes à suivre pour démarrer sa startup
Les premières étapes à suivre pour démarrer sa startup
Par Adrien Lepert (contributeur exclusif) - Bemoney.be Lancer votre propre entreprise est probablement la meilleure façon de prendre votre vie en main. Ceci reste toutefois toujours plus facile à dire qu’à faire et la plupart nous n’osons pas franchir ce...
Le portage salarial : une autre forme d'auto-emploi
Le portage salarial : une autre forme d'auto-emploi
Par Patrick Rey (chroniqueur exclusif) - Consultant-Délégué ITG, premier groupe de conseil en portage salarial. Baptisé “nouvelle forme d'emploi atypique” par le site d'information officiel du Gouvernement*, le portage salarial fait couler beaucoup d'encre ces derniers temps, au point...
"Petite chronique boursière " - Evitez les pièges de l’information financière
"Petite chronique boursière " - Evitez les pièges de l’information financière
Par Vincent Colot (chroniqueur exclusif) - Analyste financier Ces derniers mois, les « fake news », à savoir ces informations sciemment biaisées, voire intégralement inventées et largement diffusées sur Internet et les réseaux sociaux (Facebook, Twitter, …), se sont retrouvées...
Comment tirer parti de la tendance emoji ?
Comment tirer parti de la tendance emoji ?
Par Adrien Lepert (contributeur exclusif) - Bemoney.be Le numérique a radicalement changé la façon dont nous communiquons et qui plus est, récemment avec les emojis. Ces emojis sont intuitifs et faciles à comprendre pour tous, peu importe nos origines. Il...
De la pertinence du business model : entre valeur perçue et valeur réelle
De la pertinence du business model : entre valeur perçue et valeur réelle
Par Ludovic Milléquant (chroniqueur exclusif) - Entrepreneur La façon dont j’ai construit ma dernière offre (événements de recrutement pour cadres et managers), m’amène à partager avec vous quelques éléments de marketing-mix et de fixation du prix. Dans toutes les business...
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