Purpose, Passion and Empathy – In Business

What makes a business attract others? Image: from poor to great, symbolizing improvement! Creative Commons Collective, free to use and modify attribution.Beyond product and pricing, Kansas City’s Startlandnews.com addresses the issue at the ‘Conquer the Good’ conference.  The innovators discussed the idea that choosing between profit and people is not necessary.

Serving both is the goal!

To read about empathy in business, aligning your passion and purpose with your business, and social causes that investors find appealing go to Stardlandnews.com.

WFCSBE Outreach: Serving Northridge & the San Fernando Valley

The Wells Fargo Center for Small Business & Entrepreneurship  serves the Northridge, California and surrounding communities by matching local businesses in need of help with business professors at at the College of Business and Economics at California State University, Northridge.  Our mission is to promote student excellence, give back to the community and together improve the qualify of life for local residents and our business students.

To apply for help with your business, please fill out the online consulting form.

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Author:Robin Yerian.  Robin studies Marketing and Business Administration at California State University, Northridge.  She has received an honorable mention for her secondary research regarding the millennial generation in association with the national American Marketing Association case competition for eBay in which she provided consumer insights.  Robin is the student assistant responsible for managing client relationships, communications, and social media for the Wells Fargo Center for Small Business & Entrepreneurship at CSUN.


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