About David Kent

A writer at heart and entrepreneur by trade, David started his first company at the young age of 22; providing marketing services for a variety of events and businesses before being recognized and picked up by a National sport clothing manufacturer. After putting a few successful years of marketing and brand management under his belt, he ventured out seeking new challenges building and running eCommerce businesses. Having spent nearly his entire adult life at the company helm, David now enjoys writing articles to help other business owners by sharing some of the hard lessons he has learned along the way. When he doesn’t have his nose to the grindstone, you can probably find him cooking up something strange and healthy in the kitchen or training for the next obstacle course race.

Why Some Smart Startups Don’t Need To Hire Employees

There are plenty of great ways for entrepreneurs to keep costs low and avoid having to hire additional employees to help with their startups. Creating a business starts with a simple idea. Growing that idea into something of value requires time, talent and resources. Thanks to the age of the internet,

7 Traits That Mean You’re Ready to Be an Entrepreneur (Otherwise Don’t Quit Your Day Job)

There are certain traits that individuals most possess if they want to be successful entrepreneurs. If these ring true for you, then it may be time to get that startup launched. If not, then perhaps consider how you might be able to develop these traits first. There’s an almost romantic air around