• Bacrim: Cultural Roots Defining A Brand

    Bacrim: Cultural Roots Defining A Brand

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    The word "BACRIM" is originally a Colombian term used to describe the array of criminal groups and enterprises that spread across the country. It is short for "banda criminales", which translates to "criminal bands", and it was given to the third generation of the Colombian drug trafficking organization. Doesn't sound like the best organization to name your brand after right? Bacrim's founders seem to...
  • We All Say We Want Change - But What Are We Actually Doing?

    We All Say We Want Change - But What Are We Actually Doing?

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    It is important for our communities to see themselves as a whole, coming together to lift one another up. Unfortunately, we often lose sight of togetherness and instead, find ways to isolate ourselves, choosing to stick to specific groups, pass judgement on younger generations, and divide instead of unite.  We need to start realizing that our youth are our future. Instead of standing idly...
  • Young and Established: Why Authenticity Is What Really Matters

    Young and Established: Why Authenticity Is What Really Matters

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     Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover The founders of YAE believe that success is found through hard work and determination.  Why work for “the man” and conform to their norms when you can create your own?  Young and Established is a brand that aims to inspire young entrepreneurs to bet on themselves. To know that you don’t have to change who you are, or...
  • Why Entrepreneurship is Easier Than Ever in 2019

    Why Entrepreneurship is Easier Than Ever in 2019

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    Becoming an entrepreneur is easier now than it ever has been, and we have our technological advancements to thank for that.  In the past, people had to actively try harder to network, make connections, sell their brand, and market themselves or their brand/product/service.  Today, we have the ability to do just about anything we need to grow our business right in the palm of...
  • Entrepreneurs Directly Contribute to Economic Development

    Entrepreneurs Directly Contribute to Economic Development

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    In recent years entrepreneurship has turned into a cool trend, but while some people look at entrepreneurs as innovators others look at them as another cog in the machine of our economy. We hear more people calling themselves entrepreneurs today than ever before, but what does that mean? Are they really providing value? No matter how trendy the concept is in 2019, you can’t...
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