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October Weekend Reading List

Futurpreneur | October 27, 2017

It’s time for a roundup of some great entrepreneurship and small business content we found over the last few weeks. Need a weekend read? Here’s a list of informative and interesting articles to choose from.

How slower growth can get you to the finish line with less chaos by Rick Spencen – Financial Post

There is a lot of pressure on today’s tech start-ups to scale, scale, scale – and fast. However, for most non-tech small businesses, this doesn’t have to be the case. This article in the Financial Post discusses the benefits of slow growth.

New technologies lead Edison-era electricity grid into the future by John Barber – Toronto Star

Calgary-based entrepreneur Brent Harris, founder of Eguana Technologies, is making traction in the green energy market. This article in the Toronto Star dives into the entrepreneur’s success, how he’s taking on Tesla’s Elon Musk and how his solar energy technology is bringing clean energy to remote areas around the world.

5 Low-Cost Ways to Get Started With Video Marketing by Aaron Agius – Entrepreneur

Video content can be a powerful tool to attract new customers. According to recent studies, more than 60% of marketers and small business owners are putting more money into video marketing than ever before. This article from Entrepreneur highlights five cost-efficient ways to create compelling video content.

How you and your co-founder can develop a reliable relationship by Firas Kittaneh – The Next Web

Co-founding a business has many benefits. However, as much as the partnership can provide a sense of stability, relationships of this nature need rules and established expectations or else they can easily go sour. This piece from The Next Web discusses some tips and strategies to ensure your co-founder relationship is reliable and working in the best interest of your business.

Happy Reading!