Acceler8Success Cafe Tuesday 3.26.19

FEATURED ARTICLE: 2 Major Challenges Faced by Entrepreneurs Today

Entrepreneurship is not as lucrative as it seems. We should acknowledge this, a great deal commonly we are stuck in a convoluted situation unaware of the following course of activity.

Entrepreneurs frequently need to handle plenty of situations in their business which mostly does not occur to be positive. But, to be successful throughout everyday life, you have to encounter failures and continuously learn from your mistakes. These stepping stones can be the game changer in your success journey.

Challenges can enable you to understand the functionality of your market and ways to defeat the same. As a business mindset person, I have observed that in certain situations, business owners especially the ones who have just started their business get confused and come up short on the sort of understanding required in the specific situation.

In the present aggressive business world, nobody can bear to commit errors. Here are a couple of suggestions which will prop you up even through a rough fix. Read the full story here.

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FEATURED TOPIC: Craft Beer Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial Lessons Through Craft Beer

The Health of the Craft Beer Craze: Why It’s Here to Stay

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Craft Beer Is the Strangest, Happiest Economic Story in America

Craft breweries have focused on tastes that were underrepresented in the hyper-consolidated beer market. Large breweries ignored burgeoning niches, Watson said, particularly hoppy India Pale Ales, or IPAs, which constitute a large share of the craft-beer market. It’s also significant that the craft beer movement took off during the Great Recession, as joblessness created a generation of “necessity entrepreneurs” who, lacking formal offers, opened small-time breweries.

But the triumph of craft beer is not just about a preference for hops and sours. It’s also a story about America’s regulatory history, and how a certain combination of rules can make innovation bloom or wilt. Read the full story here.