Being involved in leasing commercial real estate lends itself to meeting and interacting with all types of entrepreneurs. The most exciting entrepreneurs are challenging and changing the way we will live, work and play. They play a key role in our economy and help shape a new and emerging business landscape. If successful, their innovations may improve our standard of living. In short, in addition to creating wealth from their entrepreneurial ventures, they also create jobs and the conditions for a prosperous society.
Entrepreneurs are frequently thought of as national assets to be cultivated, motivated and remunerated to the greatest possible extent. On Friday, January 20, 2017 an entrepreneur became President of the United States further solidifying the importance and impact entrepreneurs have on the economy and society. They boost economic growth by advancing new and innovative technologies, developing new products and introducing new services. Fostering entrepreneurship is an important part of economic growth on both local and national levels. Entrepreneurs help build communities in ways such as providing jobs, conducting business locally, creating and participating in entrepreneurial networks, investing in community projects and giving to local charities.
Many entrepreneurs get their start as small business owners with big plans.
Lupoli Companies has been on the forefront of cultivating relationships with entrepreneurs realizing that the value in relationships is the best investment towards success. Lupoli Companies mixed-use developments blend residential, commercial and retail spaces providing a springboard for innovative, growth and creativity. “If you want to build a community you need to work with and support the small entrepreneur”, said Sal Lupoli, CEO of Lupoli Companies. Sal was a small entrepreneur who got his start in 1990 and never looked back. Today, he actively seeks and mentors small business entrepreneurs because “the successful ones will add significant value to the lives and economy of the communities where we live, work and play”. So go out there and be a part of something small – it just may lead to something big!