Nellie Akalp

Nellie Akalp

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
CEO of CorpNet.com

Nellie Akalp is a passionate entrepreneur and mother of four. She is the CEO of CorpNet.com, a trusted resource and service provider for business incorporation, LLC filings, corporate compliance and payroll tax registration services. 

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The right mindset can make you a more inspired, effective and happier entrepreneur.

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Social media marketing requires a lot of patience, but don't ignore all your other customer touch points along the way.

To Grow Your Business Start Focusing on Your Employees

Keep your employees connected to their job, company and team to maximize both satisfaction and production.

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