Peter Gasca

Peter Gasca

Entrepreneur and Small Business Strategist

Peter Gasca is an entrepreneur, startup consultant and author. He is the founder of Naked Cask, an innovative startup in the craft beer industry, and previously founded 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 and serves as an executive in residence and lecturer at Coastal Carolina University. 

Eat Your Way to Success With These 4 Tips
Personal Health

Eat Your Way to Success With These 4 Tips

Entrepreneurs should approach their health the way they do business. Get started on a road to good habits today.
Reduce These 9 Startup Risks for a Better Shot at Investor Funding
Investors

Reduce These 9 Startup Risks for a Better Shot at Investor Funding

Entrepreneurs can build leverage during negotiations by addressing these common causes of funders' anxieties.
4 Critical Website Elements Most Businesses Are Missing
Websites

4 Critical Website Elements Most Businesses Are Missing

If you're lacking one of these features, you may find customers closing your page.
Dress for Success This Summer With These 5 Style Tips for Men
Fashion

Dress for Success This Summer With These 5 Style Tips for Men

In business, what you wear speaks to the type of person you are. An expert shares what's in this season.
'Celebrate' Cubicle Day With These 4 Modern Decoration Tips
Office Space

'Celebrate' Cubicle Day With These 4 Modern Decoration Tips

Spice up your workplace by creating a modern space that encourages collaboration and comfort.
Create a Better Digital Marketing Strategy With These 4 Tips
Online Marketing

Create a Better Digital Marketing Strategy With These 4 Tips

Entrepreneurs need to redefine engagement and start focusing on what customers really want.
4 Tips for Mentally Preparing for Overwhelming Challenges
Challenges

4 Tips for Mentally Preparing for Overwhelming Challenges

While it is impossible to know how you might react to a situation that threatens your business, tap these strategies so you're not caught with a "stupid face."
Why Entrepreneurs Should Be More Like 'Gas Stoves'
Emotions

Why Entrepreneurs Should Be More Like 'Gas Stoves'

Allowing yourself to quickly burn off frustration and move on from stressful situations is an incredibly valuable attribute to refine.
3 Reasons Fake Fans Cause Real Problems for Businesses
Social Media

3 Reasons Fake Fans Cause Real Problems for Businesses

While building a social media following with click farms can be enticing, entrepreneurs need to understand the implications they can have.
7 Essential Tips for an Effective Fundraising Strategy
Fundraising

7 Essential Tips for an Effective Fundraising Strategy

Many non-profit organizations, as well as startups, often approach the task of seeking money horribly wrong.
What the Craft Beer Industry Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Trademarks
Legal Center

What the Craft Beer Industry Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Trademarks

The amazing growth in the number of brew companies has created many branding and trademark conflicts. How they are resolved is a great lesson.
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5 Modern Truths About Raising Early-Stage Capital
Startup Investment

5 Modern Truths About Raising Early-Stage Capital

Given that investors increasingly are sophisticated and involved in networks, startup entrepreneurs need to understand the early-stage investment environment.
6 Truths About Failure Every Entrepreneur Should Embrace
Failure

6 Truths About Failure Every Entrepreneur Should Embrace

Understanding these tenets can help you embrace fear as a powerful tool that will make you a better business owner.
4 Ways Fatherhood Has Made Me a Better Entrepreneur
Parenting

4 Ways Fatherhood Has Made Me a Better Entrepreneur

Becoming a parent has taught me how to balance my life and business better.
4 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Work With Up-and-Coming Talent
Young Entrepreneurs

4 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Work With Up-and-Coming Talent

Younger generations are no longer receiving the real world experiences needed to better equip them to handle adulthood. Business owners should step up to fill the gap.