3 Ways Social Enterprises Can Attract Millennial Investments

Money talks, and with millennials representing $2.45 trillion in spending power, corporations are paying close attention to this generation’s financial interests. Having grown up with globalization and economic disruption as the norm, millennials are interested in investing towards a more equitable future for all. One recent study found that the average millennial donates nearly $600… Read More


Customer-Focused Initiatives Help Partnerships Between FinTechs and Banks Thrive

Technology has disrupted the financial industry, and banks are no longer in a position to resist these changes. As new Financial Technology (FinTech) services revolutionize our methods for banking, investing, paying bills, and doing business, banks will have to innovate their services to keep customers from defecting. FinTechs aren’t safe in this evolving market either… Read More


7 Ways to Live Affordably in an Unaffordable City

With financial experts suggesting that San Francisco residents need to earn six-figure incomes to live affordably in the city, it’s become clear that America’s growing cities are becoming less affordable, particularly for the millennials who seem to favor them. For those who want the big city experience without the financial strain, here are a few… Read More


Entrepreneur Life Demystified. Is It Really for You?

Ever go on a date with a self-proclaimed entrepreneur? The ring of “entrepreneur” on his or her social media profile sounded sexy and exciting right? It showed ambition. And it meant he or she would soon be raking in millions. Over the past few years, entrepreneurship has become a fad for people of all ages,… Read More