Entrepreneur and Small Business Strategist
Peter Gasca is an entrepreneur, small-business consultant, author and business adjunct lecturer. He is the co-founder and CEO of
Wild Creations, a specialty toy and game developer and manufacturer. Previously, Gasca had a successful career as a business-development consultant for USAID and a long career in real estate development. He is the co-author of One Million Frogs.
Starting a Business
Working with others on a project is one of the most effective ways to move an idea forward.
To make the greatest impact and differentiate your company from the vast sea of online content, add effective visual elements with these four tips.
Delivering a great startup pitch is akin to performing an outstanding monologue. Follow these simple tips to give yours its highest impact.
Misunderstanding the differences between these terms can create a situation as uncomfortable as wearing pajamas to a professional networking event.
To be an exceptional leader these days, you do not need a new set of characteristics. You simply need to execute the traditional ones at a higher level.
Naming a Business
For help with one of the biggest challenges for a new startup, a branding expert provides some surprising insights.
As streaming and on-demand programming become more prevalent, small business should take advantage of traditional strategies to stay ahead.
Capturing market share from established brands is not as difficult as you might think.
Being a great leader does not require you to be the best at your job. Understanding these three attributes can help you manage your teams more effectively.
For ambitious entrepreneurs, keep this one rule in mind when preparing your pitch to investors.
Big lessons come in small packages, especially if that package is disguised as a 3-year-old girl in a purple dress.
Ask that essential question: Would you put money into your business concept? Make sure your pitch explains why.
How you set up and run your company from the beginning can have a significant affect on how you eventually exit.
Businesses can cultivate close relationships with their clientele. It just requires time and effort.
It can be tough to determine if you're really onto something. After conducting a gut check, seek the advice of others.
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