About Peter Gasca
Peter Gasca is an entrepreneur, consultant and author. He is an executive-in-residence and director of the Community and Business Engagement Institute at Coastal Carolina University. His book, One Million Frogs, details his entrepreneurial journey with Wild Creations.
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Forget those customized greeting cards and useless gifts. Here are five things you can do for your colleagues that will have a much greater impact and cost you (close to) nothing.
Small Business Heroes
What you need is a 'chaos pilot' on board at your company. If you don't have one, think about adding one.
Jordan Brawner of Little Spider Creations is profiting off the love millennials have for experiences, rather than just products.
March 15 marks an important deadline. Are you on top of this?
"Just remember that you have had many worse things thrown at you and you were able to persevere," one veteran-entrepreneur counsels his peers.
Digital currencies have surpassed some well-known companies in size, fundamentally changing commerce for all businesses.
Corporate Social Responsibility
There is clearly a balance to be struck between making a profit and making an impact (of the social variety). How do you straddle that line?
Millions of households are welcoming these new voice-first home assistant devices into and as part of their families -- even with all the uncertainties and unintended consequences.
Motivational books and tools are just what you need to give yourself a competitive boost.
Influential websites have a responsibility to act against online intimidation and fake news, even if Steve Huffman was wrong to change a few critical posts as a joke.
Forget generic gifts for your professional colleagues and consider one of these gestures, which will be better received.
Having difficulty finding things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving? Feel free to borrow mine.
The charm of Pokemon Go is that you wander searching in the real world, except hackers have already figured out how to search without leaving home. Is that cheating?
The new Pokemon Go app has started a wildly successful trend and serves as a wakeup call to businesses.