Happy New Year!
Despite the ups and downs and constant curveballs that 2020 has thrown at us, it has been a productive and fun year here at Hatchwise, and that is due in no small way to you, our amazing community of creatives and entrepreneurs, as well as our incredible support staff. It’s all of you who make Hatchwise the beautiful creative oasis that it is!
A few of the things we’ve done this year that we’re really proud of:
Most of all though, we’ve enjoyed watching all of the new and reimagined brands that have sprung to life on Hatchwise over the past year. The well of creativity here runs deep and we can’t wait to see what 2021 brings!
I hope you have a safe, productive, happy New Year!
…and the rest of the Hatchwise Team
You have a small inkling, then a feeling, then a growing wish to sell your business. You feel the time is right, perhaps for your own personal reasons or maybe because of the market. The motivation is there and the drive to sell is strong. You might be ready to sell your business, but is your business itself set up for sale?
There’s no question about it: you don’t want to start the sale process unprepared. You know what’s at stake here. No one wants to invest years of their life in building a business, only to sell it for a less-than-ideal amount. continue reading…
While working at Hatchwise, we get the opportunity to see the best and most creative entries from creatives around the world! Some contests stand out from others for their unique entries submitted and this is one that caught our eye. This contest is being held for a coffee company and is seeing lots of interesting and creative entries from our creatives. We get to see a variety of entries ranging from cute and colorful options to more professional and stylish options.
When you first start with your business social media accounts, it can be overwhelming and one of the biggest questions that nearly all beginners have is whether they should start a new Instagram account for their business or use their personal. Or keep both. On top of this, it isn’t as simple as it used to be on Instagram. No longer is it as simple as choosing from a Business Profile or a Personal Profile.
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