Guide to Starting Your Business Today with our Free, Plug-and-Play Forecast and Risk Modeler Templates! 

Why Businesses In Specific Sectors Are More Likely To Succeed – II Get your free, editable Growth/Forecast Charts and the Risk Assessment Modeler. Just plug in your values and start playing! (Written by TIB co-founder) In the February of 2015, I was part of the 3 Day Startup Bootcamp at University of North Alabama, Florence. The … More Guide to Starting Your Business Today with our Free, Plug-and-Play Forecast and Risk Modeler Templates! 

Code Tutorial #1: Python Code for reading a FASTA file (Bioinformatics)

A simple exercise with code When I first started out with my bioinformatics project while at grad school, one of the biggest challenges I faced in my research was to understand and access information from various file types. So I decided to start off the first code tutorial here with an introduction to reading and … More Code Tutorial #1: Python Code for reading a FASTA file (Bioinformatics)

Why I took a sabbatical to figure out life, and I am in my 20s!

I have worn many hats in my 20s so far but it has not been all roses and no thorns. Sit back and enjoy this personal post of strategic growth, career trajectories and lifestyle choices of a 20-something programmer and soon to be cloud engineer. I am a few years shy of my 30th birthday, … More Why I took a sabbatical to figure out life, and I am in my 20s!

4 Reasons Why Corporate Investment ISN’T Risky

  For small business owners, investing in options, real estate, precious metals or anything else is overlooked. People whose lives and careers depend on the success of the company don’t want to take the risk. And, therein lays the pejorative term SME owners use as an excuse not to invest. It’s a gamble and one … More 4 Reasons Why Corporate Investment ISN’T Risky

Your Business Is Leaking Money, And Here Are The Main Culprits

One of your key concerns, as the owner of a business, is your cash flow. This is a term that describes all the money in your company. More to the point, it’s the amount of money coming and going from your business. Ideally, you want a positive cash flow as this means more money is … More Your Business Is Leaking Money, And Here Are The Main Culprits

Can These Decor Ideas Inspire Millennials to Invest In Their Own Home?

Believe me, they sure can! I have been thinking about investing in real estate for a while now but wanderlust always takes precedence over any plans of choosing a place for settling down! We have done a few posts here at TIB that are focussed on the interiors; decor and design inspirations. We recently visit … More Can These Decor Ideas Inspire Millennials to Invest In Their Own Home?

3 Best Practices for Responding in a Public Relations Crisis

When you own a company of any size, a public relations crisis is one of your worst nightmares. Most companies hope that these problems will never affect them, and they may even take steps to prevent them from happening. Unfortunately, these crises can occur at any time even with the best preventative measures, and you … More 3 Best Practices for Responding in a Public Relations Crisis

A Guide to Choosing the Right Hotel for your Next Business Trip

Finding the right hotel for your business can be hard work and this is especially the case if you are traveling on your own. You may feel as though nothing you see is worth the money and you also need to make sure that you are in a good location for meetings as well. The … More A Guide to Choosing the Right Hotel for your Next Business Trip

Atlantic City Diaries: An afternoon at the Bungalow Beach!

A couple of weeks ago the boy and I took a vacation at Atlantic City, New Jersey. We practically drove through and covered 3 states; Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York in a span of 3 days because we live and work in the east. We will share detailed posts for the entire trip but for … More Atlantic City Diaries: An afternoon at the Bungalow Beach!

7 Weekend Rituals You Must Follow to Make the Week Ahead Super Easy

  The pattern of my weekdays have been in constant flux as I transitioned from grad school to working days. Earlier, as a graduate student my weekdays started super early with me getting to lab or work at 7 am. I used to squeeze in a nap in the afternoon and then proceeded to the … More 7 Weekend Rituals You Must Follow to Make the Week Ahead Super Easy

Five Unusual Investments with Great Earning Potential

If you are feeling down because of your finances, or have got some extra money to invest, but don’t want to settle for 2-3 percent interest, you might need to start thinking outside of the box. With the development of financial algorithms and investment schemes, you can now get a higher return while minimizing your … More Five Unusual Investments with Great Earning Potential

Survival Hax 3-Season Mummy Sleeping Bag Review

  For those who have been reading this blog for a while, you probably know we are huge believers of spontaneous travel and the millennial digital-nomadic lifestyle. Today, we bring you a review of something that goes hand in hand with the adventure lifestyle! Presenting the Survival Hax Mummy Sleeping bag. Receiving this product was a … More Survival Hax 3-Season Mummy Sleeping Bag Review

How to Use Competitors to Benefit Your Business?

Having a competitor makes a business interesting, as without an opposition you cannot feel the progress, success, and winning. Entrepreneurs would never put that much dedication and passion into their work without a competitor constantly at their back trying to leave them behind in the race of time. Having a competition is sometimes a tough … More How to Use Competitors to Benefit Your Business?

It’s Small Business Saturday and We Have Something Exclusive For You!

I wrote an article recently on how I blogged my way through graduate school in America. The article got quite a lot of interest and readers wrote to me about their plans of starting a small business or a blog but are sometimes clueless where to begin. We have always been a huge supporter of small … More It’s Small Business Saturday and We Have Something Exclusive For You!

Make the most out of your office space and increase productivity

All work and little workplace interest can turn an average employee into a pretty unmotivated creature, and every manager knows that lack of work enthusiasm is a shortcut to disaster. For this reason, the world’s most successful corporations treat workplace design as one of the top priorities for long-term sustainability, growth, and employee satisfaction and … More Make the most out of your office space and increase productivity

Revealed: Alternative Solutions To Common Small Biz Problems

Anyone who says that the road to business success is easy is either a liar or got very, very lucky. The fact is that launching and running a business isn’t easy, far from it in fact. Often running a business throws up all sorts of problems, many of which aren’t easy to deal with – … More Revealed: Alternative Solutions To Common Small Biz Problems

Fashion Gone Mobile: Find Out How This Chic Enterprise Works

The day started like any other week-day in the life of a full time grad student, apart from the fact that I was trying to balance my online business and my job, looking for the next big business and enterprise idea to write about when I spotted them! A tiny fleet of colorful trucks lined … More Fashion Gone Mobile: Find Out How This Chic Enterprise Works

5 Steps To Transforming a Living Space into Something Spectacular!

I had been dreaming about my own little studio apartment with a cozy nook for all my creative endeavours, for as long as I can remember! A small, cozy place of my own where everything would be perfect. When I did get my dream house, it was time for me to pull out my décor … More 5 Steps To Transforming a Living Space into Something Spectacular!

Everything You Need to Know About Funding Your Entrepreneurial Plans

Financing your business idea is never simple. However, it needs to be done because no business idea can succeed unless it has money behind it. Like it or not, that’s just the way things work in the world of business. However, there are plenty of options for people out there who want to get their … More Everything You Need to Know About Funding Your Entrepreneurial Plans

The Things You’ll Wish You Had Known Before Starting Your Own Business

Owning your own business could be one of the best things that you ever do. Being able to work your own hours, do something that you really enjoy, as well as working hard and getting to reap all of the benefits, are some of the best things about it. Having said that, it is a … More The Things You’ll Wish You Had Known Before Starting Your Own Business

The Rise Of The Artisan Brand: Starting Your Small Online Business

With a growing demand for independent brands and investing in local business; there’s no better time to start thinking about using your talents to make money. The American public is becoming more and more savvy about where and how they source their products which has resulted in a fresh need for smaller enterprises to emerge … More The Rise Of The Artisan Brand: Starting Your Small Online Business

On the House: How to Use Your Home in the Sharing Economy

There is no doubt that owning property is a financial investment that is often celebrated as being a very wise one to make. But since the dawn of the sharing economy, there are now more ways than ever to make money by utilising different parts of your home. There are plenty of ways that you … More On the House: How to Use Your Home in the Sharing Economy

Announcing the TIB Scholarship for the Enterprising College Student

This month marks 2 years of my online entrepreneurship journey and having hired a wonderful team during the time. I have co-created a few blogs on the business/ enterprise/ travel/ lifestyle and beauty related domain. And thanks to the wonderful team, we have grown beyond what we had envisioned.   Now, all of us, when we … More Announcing the TIB Scholarship for the Enterprising College Student

Hottest Food Business Startup Ideas For The Health-Conscious Entrepreneur

The food industry is perhaps one of the best ones to start a new business in. Why is that, you might be wondering? Well, everybody needs to eat at some point in their day! Assuming you pick a profitable niche, you will never need to worry about getting affected by economic issues.   These days, … More Hottest Food Business Startup Ideas For The Health-Conscious Entrepreneur

The Smooth Transition Into Working From Home

Image source   Fleeing the dog-eat-dog world of corporate business and starting your own business from home has become a more and more attractive proposition for millions. Think about everything that is bad about working in an office environment, and then think about how amazing it would be to work in a world where these-these … More The Smooth Transition Into Working From Home

From Kitchen To The Supermarket: How To Be A Foodpreneur

There has been a boon in food entrepreneurs – or foodpreneurs – in recent years. And if you fancy yourself as handy in the kitchen, perhaps you have thought about joining their ranks. Of course, there is a big difference between recreating your great gran’s best pasta sauce recipe for a dinner party, and making … More From Kitchen To The Supermarket: How To Be A Foodpreneur

Appetite For Success: Getting Started in the Food Business

Many of the highest grossing companies in the world are based around the production of food or beverages. As well as being two of life’s necessities, they are also a chance for entrepreneurs to be creative. Though overnight success is very rare, once a product has been released into the big name supermarkets, it is … More Appetite For Success: Getting Started in the Food Business

Why Businesses In Specific Sectors Are More Likely To Succeed

If you are thinking of setting up a business any time soon, you will probably be keen to know what it is that makes one succeed and another fail. After all, the more you can understand this, the more likely it is that you will be able to make yours succeed in the long run, … More Why Businesses In Specific Sectors Are More Likely To Succeed