New Year, New Business: Professional Resolutions for 2019

With a new year comes new goals, and hopes for success. Entrepreneurs and business leaders share some of their biggest goals and resolutions for the year ahead.

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Keeping the Consumer Top of Mind

“For 2019, Project Admission is focused on creating a more connected ticket buying experience through a disciplined approach of providing cohesion rather than disruption for fans and event stakeholders. ” – Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

Building Brand Recognition

” We want to continue to make Tipsy Elves a household name that is synonymous with fun.  We have a strong brand and our customers love us, so we just need to continue to spread the word about who we are and what we do!” – Evan Mendelsohn, Tipsy Elves

Making Safety the Priority

“Looking into the year ahead, as a children-focused business, we will continue to prioritize safety as a practice and key value as we grow. Kango will need to both innovate and adapt, as a player in the rapidly evolving transportation sector. To do this we need to focus on our people – upholding high standards of safety, and anticipating the needs of our customers.” – Sara Schaer, Kango

Hitting the Numbers

“We have had a very successful launch in 2018 and will be focusing on hitting the 1,000,000 goal user mark in 2019. We’re looking forward to connecting more like minded people and seeing our first WillCalled sponsored national tour.” – Lex Lipsitz, WillCalled

Doing Some Good

“Our New Years resolution is to be an even louder voice in the marine life preservation community. We feel like we have done a good job throughout 2018, but we can do even more in 2019 to help our oceans, and to encourage others to do the same.” – Brandon Leibel, Sand Cloud

These founders are looking forward to a bright 2019 with some fantastic aspirations and resolutions. What are your goals for the new year? Share them in our comments below!

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