In New York, free courses were launched for immigrants who want to grow their businesses

The New York City Department of Small Business (SBS) announced on April 15 that it has begun enrollment for new entrepreneurship business courses aimed at aspiring and experienced immigrant businessmen. The training will be available for more than 5 thousand entrepreneurs, according to the press service of the department. In these courses, which include "Introduction ...

Business habits of Americans that can shock immigrants

America is rightly seen as a land of unlimited entrepreneurial opportunity. The famous phrase: "Nothing personal, just business" originated here, and this approach has in many ways become the basis of American economic prosperity. However, many emigrants from the post-Soviet space may not be ready for tough rules ...

The road to success: what entrepreneurs can learn from immigrants

In a blog post for Entrepreneur.com, Turkish entrepreneur Zeynep Ilgaz shares his experience of living and working in America from an immigrant perspective. “Many years ago my husband and I came to America with only two suitcases, love for each other ...

Apple, Amazon, Facebook: 44 of the largest US companies 100 founded immigrants

Immigrants, or their descendants in the United States, founded 44 of the 100 largest companies in the United States, including giants such as Apple, Ford, and AT&T. As National Geographic reports, immigrant entrepreneurs have always contributed to US economic growth: First or second generation Americans have played ...

How 13-year-old American came up with candy without sugar and earned $ 6 million

Between school and dance, 13-year-old Alina Morse manages six employees and prepares to meet with retailers around the world. Morse started a sugar-free candy company when she was nine years old - an idea ...

Iowa resident sold all his furniture for a startup and built a company for a million

Jordan Karcher rescues dogs and sells coffee. The entrepreneur created a niche company with millions of dollars in sales and attracted top investors. The amazing story of how he created the business was told by Time. Karcher, 31, found inspiration for his Grounds & Hounds coffee brand ...

How an American with Down Syndrome made millions

John Cronin invents and sells socks - they are worn not only by ordinary Americans, but also by George W. Bush and Justin Trudeau. With every package John sends a postcard, in the fall it turns out a thousand postcards a month. The colder it gets, the more orders. And to every customer ...

The immigrant's American dream: how to open a steak house in New York and feed Donald Trump himself

He has large male hands, with which he manages to make exquisite desserts, and a stern look, in which a note of thoughtfulness now and then slips. Nikola Vulaj is an emigrant from Montenegro who managed to conquer New York and seize the notorious American dream by the tail. Is he…

Where Ilon Mask took the money for the first development

Elon Musk started earning money by programming as a child. He wrote the Blastar computer game in 1984, published it in the South African magazine PC Office Technology, and received $ 500. After moving from South Africa to Canada in 1988, Musk got a job first ...

Success story: how an American earned $ 100 millions on kitchen sponges

American Aaron Krause has figured out how to stand out in the dishwashing sponge market. Today its sponges are the most popular in the United States, and in five years the company has sold 50 million sponges. Aaron Krause has achieved incredible success in a seemingly long-established niche in the kitchen market ...

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