10 Mobile Apps for a First Class Entrepreneur

Written by Kevin Nelson

Making important calls starting from the time the day breaks, writing and responding to hundreds of emails, filing a vast number of reports, creating thousands of plans, brainstorming new ideas, and creating efficient marketing programs at the same time: this is the daily life of an entrepreneur. And if you think that it is easy to keep the healthy balance and make everything work on the go, then you could not be more wrong.

That is why, with the growth of responsibilities, every entrepreneur needs the assistance of the latest technologies. As you know, there is a huge number of applications businesspeople can get to make their life easier.

Technologies are meant to serve the single goal of simplifying our daily routine and keeping all the balls in the air. For this reason, we have decided to make a list of apps that you should get and use on a regular basis not to break your neck under the pressure of tasks and responsibilities.

No matter whether you are a freelance writer or run an online …

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A Renter’s Problem Equals a Startup’s Solution

Jonathan Eppers, RadPad’s co-founder and CEO, started the company because he was looking for an apartment. RadPad was his solution. It turned out to be a good one. It’s received $12.8M in five rounds from 19 investors, some of whom are superstars in the LA startup ecosystem, like AmplifyLA, Brian Lee, Mike Jones, and Chris Ovitz.

‘I’m 32 and one of the things I love about renting is that it’s convenient,’ Jonathan told me in a phone interview. ‘I don’t feel like I’m held down or tied down to anything.’ He describes a period about three years ago when he was in a bit of a funk. He thought a change of scenery and new apartment would do him good. But he quickly became overwhelmed with how difficult it was to find great places.

The US rental market, Jonathan told me, has grown in the past five years from 97 million renters to 108 million. New grads fresh out of school are not buying homes. They’re renting. A renter can live in a desirable neighborhood he or she could not …

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