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BARBER OPENS HARLEM’S FIRST MOBILE BARBERSHOP AFTER GETTING PRICED OUT OF STOREFRONT

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Over the last decade, the sharp rise in the cost of housing, public transportation, and other life necessities make it challenging for the working-class to maintain a decent standard of living, especially in New York City. And, if that‘s not enough to contend with, gentrification is an economic weight making it even harder to keep one’s head above water.

Just ask Linwood Dillard, III. He is a 36-year-old lifetime resident of Harlem, NY, and a former business partner in the Designs and Lines storefront barbershop, until it was gentrified in 2017. The barbershop was equipped with a premium sound system and flat-screen televisions and was located in Central Harlem on Malcolm X Boulevard, and just two blocks from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Although Dillard believed in self-reliance and had a dream, the ruthless stranglehold of gentrification forced him out of business.

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Why Entrepreneurs Don’t Learn From Their Mistakes

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Part of the folklore about successful entrepreneurs is that they succeeded because they first failed. “Fail fast,” entrepreneurs are often told, and you’ll learn valuable lessons that will help you in your next venture.

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How Entrepreneurs Are Connecting the World With IoT

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Some have dubbed the Internet of Things, or IoT, the “Intelligence of Things,” and even the “Internet of Everything.” Whatever they call it, there is no doubt that IoT has been steadily emerging and shaping our future. Put simply, IoT eliminates the need for human interaction with other humans or computers to transfer data. 

IoT already has numerous uses — smart homes, connected cars and smart retail to name a few — and it is expected to have an even larger impact on our lives in the future. Gartner reports that in the year 2017, there were more than eight billion IoT-connected devices in the world, while in 2018, that figure surpassed nine billion. It is expected that in 2020, IoT-connected devices worldwide will close to 21 billion.

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