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TAG: entrepreneurship

Hillsdale College institutes Kehoe Family Initiative for Entrepreneurial Excellence

January 26, 2022By

Initiative awards $10,000 scholarship to accepted students in the five-semester program designed to prepare graduates for a future of entrepreneurship. read more

Cleveland teen seeks capital for landscape business, raises $20K

July 6, 2016By

A young entrepreneur from Cleveland celebrated more than just his 15th birthday this week. He also celebrated a $23,000 (and counting) investment in his lawn care company, D’s LawnCare. @Husqvarnausa equipment thank you so much I really appreciate it. A photo posted by Daron Taylor 216-937-5992 (@dslawncare) on Jun 30, 2016 at 1:45pm PDT After videos about Daron Taylor’s company went... read more

Profit Power: The woman-owned business advantage

December 15, 2014By

Women-owned businesses are a powerful force in our industry. Over the years, I have had the pleasure to work side-by-side, coach, instruct and hang out with many women on their journey of running and growing their landscape business. It’s been exciting and rewarding to have a glimpse into the world of woman entrepreneurs. They face the same challenges as any... read more

Porch CEO named USA Today Entrepreneur of the Year

December 12, 2014By

USA Today named Porch.com CEO Matt Ehrlichman its first-ever Entrepreneur of the Year for 2014. The newspaper launched the inaugural Entrepreneur of the Year Award as a way to acknowledge those who are bringing the U.S. economy out of recession, in particular small businesses and entrepreneurs. Key criteria of the award included exhibiting significant growth this year and solving a... read more

Lawncare pro: Wayne Volz

July 1, 2010By

In 1979 Wayne Volz wanted a 10-speed bicycle. “My Dad told me that if I wanted it, I would need to earn the money to pay for it,” says Volz, president of Wayne’s Lawn Service. Volz started mowing nine lawns that summer and the rest is history. He continued mowing through high school, and college. After graduating from college, he... read more