Josh Steimle

Josh Steimle

Speaker, writer, and entrepreneur.

Joshua Steimle is a speaker, writer, and CEO of MWI, a digital marketing agency with offices in the U.S. and Hong Kong.

Why U.S. IoT Entrepreneurs Should Consider Moving to Hong Kong
Internet of Things

Why U.S. IoT Entrepreneurs Should Consider Moving to Hong Kong

Hong Kong's location and economic freedoms makes it an ideal place spot to foster growth and penetrate the Chinese market.
10 Experts Tell How to Get Great PR in Just 15 Minutes A Day
Marketing Bootcamp

10 Experts Tell How to Get Great PR in Just 15 Minutes A Day

Want to spread your news to a journalist? For some reason, these people respond to tweets -- which they'd never do with email.
7 Reasons to Start a Business While in College
Starting a Business

7 Reasons to Start a Business While in College

There are pros and cons to life as a student entrepreneur, but play your cards right and maybe you'll be the next Mark Zuckerberg.
You Need Major Exposure But You Don't Need Major Media to Get It
Marketing Bootcamp

You Need Major Exposure But You Don't Need Major Media to Get It

Using social media platforms you can post content to multiple sites and get fast exposure.
How to Use Crowdfunding to Generate Major PR Buzz
Marketing Bootcamp

How to Use Crowdfunding to Generate Major PR Buzz

Check out these five examples of startups that leveraged campaigns for news stories, and tips so you can do the same.
Why Your Startup Can't Ignore Asia
Business in Asia

Why Your Startup Can't Ignore Asia

There are 4.4 billion people there, and more and more of them have fast Internet and smartphones.
4 Steps to Take When a Key Employee Quits
Managing Employees

4 Steps to Take When a Key Employee Quits

It's not just disruptive to your business, but can hit at your ego as well as you ask yourself, 'What did I do wrong?'
10 Little Reasons You're Not Winning Clients or Getting That Big Job
Growth Strategies

10 Little Reasons You're Not Winning Clients or Getting That Big Job

There's no prize for second place. Those small differences between you and your competitors can lead to large consequences.
7 Conferences for Entrepreneurs Under 30
Conferences

7 Conferences for Entrepreneurs Under 30

Even if you've attended a conference that targets young entrepreneurs, perhaps it was run by a different age group and therefore came across as less than authentic. Try these events.
4 Ways to Get Anyone -- Even Your Heroes -- to Be Your Mentor
Mentors

4 Ways to Get Anyone -- Even Your Heroes -- to Be Your Mentor

Many people assume that getting a mentor needs to look a certain way. I've redefined the mentoring relationship and used my own version of it to my advantage.
5 Lessons for Entrepreneurs From the Man Who Completed 50 Ironman Triathlons in 50 Days
Starting a Business

5 Lessons for Entrepreneurs From the Man Who Completed 50 Ironman Triathlons in 50 Days

James Lawrence, 'The Iron Cowboy,' accomplished something beyond belief. Starting a business isn't as physically grueling, but it can take a mental toll.
6 Global Alternative Cities to Silicon Valley to Start Your Company
Location

6 Global Alternative Cities to Silicon Valley to Start Your Company

Silicon Valley is the gold standard for launching startups, but it's not all rainbows and unicorns. Here is a snapshot of other hubs to inspire you to look elsewhere.
What I Wish All My Employees Knew About Twitter
Marketing Bootcamp

What I Wish All My Employees Knew About Twitter

Here are the nine basics everyone needs to know to get started on the micro-blogging platform.
What Kind of Employee Will Always Have a Job? An Entrepreneur.
Entrepreneur Mindset

What Kind of Employee Will Always Have a Job? An Entrepreneur.

Stability isn't something that's guaranteed at large companies. It's something that you have to make for yourself.
Why Exercising Is a Higher Priority Than My Business
Personal Health

Why Exercising Is a Higher Priority Than My Business

We only have so many hours in the day, and if it's between a trail run or a client meeting, I'll reschedule the meeting. Here's why.