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Started with one Lincoln, limousine service now has more than 30 vehicles.
RALEIGH – On the day her divorce became final in 1990, Carrie Peele charged a total of $15,000 on three credit cards to buy a blue, 1986 Lincoln Town Car.
Peele wasn’t going on an emotional spending spree to boost her spirits. Instead, she was founding a business.
Thus was born Blue Diamond Limousines & Sedans, which provides transportation services to customers ranging from visiting celebrities to out-of-town executives to teenagers on prom night. Back then, Peele was the sole employee, the blue car was the only one available – and it didn’t take Peele long to regret her choice of hues.
As VP of Products, Jeff's deep passion for the online consumer directs the website experience and drives feature and product innovation. He has played an integral role in many other aspects of the company, including
research and development, manufacturing, and customer service. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Stanford University.
Jeff and Bobby Beaver, Co-founders of Zazzle and graduates of Stanford University, describe their story and entrepreneurial experiences in building an internet start-up. They discuss the passion, dedication and the power of small teams in achieving a vision.
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You can't leave an INC 500/5000 conference without a list of great concepts and ideas to implement upon your office return. Such was the case as I travel back to Kansas City from a superstar lineup of speakers in Washington D.C. this year. Though the shutdown kept us out of the museums, Inc's lineup kept us in the meeting rooms, listening intently to likes of Jim Collins, Jack Stack, Marc Ecko and Kauffman's own Ted Zoller.
Entrepreneurs often find it challenging to go from idea to a valid business model, which is essential for a business to get off the ground, let alone survive and grow.
If you're ready to sell the business but want to remain on the acquiring company's management team, you'll need a never-having-to-say-you're-sorry contract. This article offers eight indispensable tips for negotiating it.
Carl Behnke's investment of more than 20 years on the board of Junior Achievement is just one example of his belief in giving back.
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