Forbes Shares “Aha” Moments of America’s Top Entrepreneurs
We’re in the throes of election season where topics like job creation and unemployment rates are being thrown around by candidates, pundits and citizens, alike. Did you catch last night’s debate?
While both sides of the aisle have ideas for change, Jim Clifton, the Chairman of Gallup, suggested that what we really need is more entrepreneurship inspiring people to start companies and grow organizations, ultimately leading to more job opportunities.
Well, Forbes’ Alan Hall recently spoke with 100 founders of growing businesses about the “Aha” moments that solidified their decision to move forward with their entrepreneurial initiative -– what inspired them, how they did it and ultimately, how many jobs they created in the process.
Our very own Samantha DiGennaro weighed in, explaining that after 15 years as a corporate communication executive at global companies where corporate politics “starved her soul,” she knew she could build a better alternative. And so, DiGennaro Communications was born.
Read on to be inspired by the experiences of 99 other talented entrepreneurs in “100 Founders Share Their Top “Aha” Moments — Guess How Many Jobs They’ve Created So Far?”
Posted on October 23, 2012, in Business, DiGennaro Communications, Sam DiGennaro and tagged agencies, agency, Aha, Alan Hall, America, boutique, business, companies, company, DGC, DiGennaro Communications, Entrepreneur, entrepreneurial initiative, feature, Forbes, Gallup, Jim Clifton, online, Sam DiGennaro, Samantha DiGennaro, Small Business, USA. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.