Category: Tyler Le

It’s all about you: The founder who’s the face of their brand is more likely to succeed in 2023

Tyler Le/Insider Many small-business homeowners depend on social-media advertising and marketing for development and buyer acquisition. But saturated platforms make being “the face of your brand” as a founder a newly necessary tactic. Here’s how three founders reserving more than $1 million in annual income utilizing that technique. Americans love a profitable founder: They embody all the things we maintain pricey about “the American dream”…

Meet the 24 most promising retail tech power players revolutionizing how brands operate and customers buy online and in stores

Damir Becirovic of Index Ventures, Meera Clark of Redpoint Ventures, Morad Elhafed of Battery Ventures, and Amy Saper of Accel. Damir Becirovic/Index Ventures, Meera Clark/Redpoint Ventures, Morad Elhafed/Battery Venture, Amy Saper/ Accel, Tyler Le/Insider Insider talked to high VCs and requested them to choose the most promising startups up to now in 2022. VCs had been requested to record startups in their portfolios and firms…

The nefarious new way companies are discriminating against remote employees: time-zone prejudice

People are being requested to work longer hours and choose up different groups’ slack, all due to their time zone. Tyler Le/Insider When interviewing for a job at a inventive company based mostly on the West Coast, Jane was assured she might work East Coast hours. But nearly instantly after she began the job, the expectations shifted. Jane, whose identify has been modified since she…

The rise of the ‘workfluencer’: Why everyone is suddenly oversharing about their jobs on LinkedIn and TikTook — and how...

On TikTook and LinkedIn extra people are getting sincere about profession recommendation, private work tales, and points like pay transparency and discrimination. It’s the new on-line watercooler. Tyler Le/Insider Why everyone is suddenly getting weak about their jobs on LinkedIn and TikTook — and how some people are turning it into a lucrative side hustle A month into the pandemic, Cece Xie was having her…

What Kanye West, Liz Cheney, Oprah Winfrey, The Rock, and Andrew Yang have in widespread: They’re third-party alternatives to the...

Win McNamee/Getty , Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty , Saul Martinez/Getty , Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty , Photosynthesis/Getty , Tyler Le/Insider Neither Joe Biden or Donald Trump are significantly widespread. Their mediocre ballot numbers are making room for different potential presidential hopefuls, together with celebrities. Notable politicians similar to Liz Cheney and Andrew Yang are additionally in the third-party combine. First got here Ronald Reagan. Then Donald Trump. Could…