Entrepreneur and Investor; CTO, Unfettered Socks
Sarah is a recent graduate of Washington University in St. Louis where she studied systems engineering and entrepreneurship. During her junior year she opened
Green Bean, an eco-healthy salad restaurant. She is now in the midst of launching her second business, a line of performance-focused men's business socks: Unfettered Socks. She was a finalist in the Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards in 2012. Find more about her on her website.
Whether you're running your company out of your dorm room or Skyping your partners in four different time zones, here are a few tricks to help the little guys compete against the big fish.
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Hint: It's not because I ran out of money.
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For our series The Grind, young entrepreneur and founder of eco-healthy restaurant Green Bean Sarah Haselkorn discusses the importance of implementing systems at businesses.
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