Scott Robert Lim didn't need to reinvent himself. There was nothing wrong with the original. What he needed was...well, let's call it a repositioning. Sometimes it's what entrepreneurs have to do.
David Edmonson calls the photographs "tributes"—images in the style of selected master painters.
They're much more than that.
There's nothing as powerful as an idea whose time has come. If you're Tara Ruby, and you take a picture of that idea, powerful becomes life changing.
What do you when you've tried to tame the craziness of your business, and most platforms have failed you? Turn to 17hats, of course. Here's how one bookkeeper got her business on track.
Meet Gina and Ryan McNulty. Not only are they married, they run a burgeoning photography business that has grown rapidly since 2012. Taking great photos is just one part of their success story. The other? Making sure the business part was easily taken care of. Enter 17hats.
Consistency is the key to success. As a business owner, whether you are providing a product or a service, what your clients expect from you is a certain quality that they have gotten accustomed to.
But when you’re in a creative field, it often feels like consistency is at war with creativity. How do we take on growing a skill set that is seemingly intangible?
Accounting all-star, mom, and 17hats user Mariette Martinez stopped by our office the other day to give us some insight on the inspiration behind becoming an entrepreneur.