A Harvard grad and former banker who founded 2 companies shares her best advice to grow a business
|06/19/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Kelly Peeler, 29, has had a knack for building and growing a business that started long before her Ivy League days.
As an 11-year-old growing up in New Jersey, Peeler would dumpster dive for old furniture and refurbish the pieces with an antique look, then sell them for up to $3,000.
“I have always loved selling things,” she told Business Insider.
Peeler is now founder and CEO of New York-based startup NextGenVest, which helps students navigate the complicated financial aid process. She looks back on her prior business endeavors — she also founded an Iraqi student-run incubator called Business Across Borders — read more >>>