George Deeb

George Deeb

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Writer
Managing Partner at Red Rocket Ventures

About George Deeb

George Deeb is the managing partner at Red Rocket Ventures, a consulting firm helping early-stage businesses with their growth strategies, marketing and financing needs. He is the author of three books including 101 Startup Lessons -- An Entrepreneur's Handbook.

More From George Deeb

Investing

5 Ways to Leverage Market Downturns as Opportunities to Make More Money

Your investment and money strategy guide to turning lemons into lemonade.
Entrepreneurs

Top 5 Lessons From a Kid Entrepreneur (Pay Attention, Public Schools!)

Entrepreneurial success can start as early as 9 years old.
Leadership

How to Create a Symbiotic CEO and CFO Partnership

The right mix of long-term growth goals and short-term profit goals should propel your business to success.
Marketing

How to Strategically Generate Search Engine Traffic

Learn the differences between the search engines and the various ways you can promote yourself to help maximize your ROI.
Marketing

Marketing Is Still an Art (and a Science)

A case study that proves marketing is more than just a data-driven process.
Marketing

The Rise of Account-Based Marketing

How you can save time and money compared to traditional outbound sales efforts.
Growth Strategies

How to Pitch Your Business-Investment Case

Use this process to persuade your CFO.
Hiring

The Best Employees Have These '31 Flavors'

When hiring or managing employees, it is important that they have these important traits
Data Analysis

Good Decision Making Requires Good Data

If you begin with bad data, you won't make the best decision.
Sales

Why We Turned Down a Chance to Double Sales

It's easy to get romanced by a huge sale. But if it could end up crippling your business, don't do it.
Ecommerce

Google, Facebook and Amazon Are the Only Winners in Ecommerce

Rising advertising costs means falling profits for the ecommerce advertisers.
Growth Strategies

Don't Let Short-Term Thinking Undermine Long-Term Success

Your desire to save a few bucks today, may end up costing you a lot more down the road.
Organization

It's Time to Rethink the Corporate Pyramid

The engine of prosperity, our middle class, is under siege. Perhaps a new organizational chart can stop the carnage.
Hiring

The Risks of Candidates Climbing Back Down the Corporate Ladder

Should you hire people into more junior roles than their last role? You can, but here are the potential pitfalls to consider.
Starting a Business

Want Startup Success? Keep It Simple, Stupid!

Don't try to be all things to all people--focus on that one thing your business can be doing that is better than everyone else.