Kalon Gutierrez

Entrepreneur Leadership Network® Contributor
Consultant, Advisor & Entrepreneur

Bio

As managing director with Manatt's digital and technology consulting practice, Kalon Gutierrez leads next-generation initiatives for top innovators. He’s a three-time entrepreneur, advisor and strategist who writes and speaks on emerging tech trends, leadership and diversity and inclusion.

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Business Plans

4 Actions Start-Up Founders Need to Take (But Often Overlook) to Protect Their Business

Here are four key actions that early-stage founders need to take to reduce the potential for catastrophic antitrust violations down the road

Leadership

5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Leverage a Minimalist Mindset to Propel Their Company Forward

Minimalism is smart business. The shift from more to better will drive our next wave of economic advancement, and start-ups are well-positioned to build highly efficient enterprises from the ground up.

Leadership

5 Ways Start-Ups Can Create the Office of the Future

Start-ups and Fortune 500 companies alike have taken commendable steps to determine the office protocol that works best for their businesses, whether fully remote or implementing one day to five days onsite. As start-ups reimagine the definition of the office, here are five actions they can take to reinvent their environments.

Growing a Business

5 Ways Startups Can Leverage Tech Layoffs to Attract Top Talent

While big tech itself has laid off unprecedented numbers in a very short span and continues to navigate various economic headwinds, the broader tech industry continues its focus on innovation and strategic growth.

Leadership

2023 Is The Year and a Fear of Uncertainty. Here's How to Navigate It.

As we kick off 2023, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to develop a relationship with uncertainty and get more comfortable with its existence. Here are seven ways to harness the unknown and find opportunity within that uncertainty.

Leadership

The Isolation of Remote Work Puts Young Employees Most At Risk. Here's What We Can Do About It.

As the severity of the Covid-19 pandemic has started to wane, leaders have begun to hypothesize what a return to normalcy will look like, which social and economic changes will stay and which will fade. Their top priority, however, should be the issue of loneliness.

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