Actionable, Informative Tips for Managing Your Business
Econ Review is an online magazine dedicated to providing business analytics, studying marketing strategies and discussions on business, tech, and finance. We provide entrepreneurs of all levels –from C-level executives to startup hopefuls – a viable resource on all things business and finance.
For Small Businesses and Startups
Although the internet has given us unprecedented access to information, it hasn’t given us the wisdom to discern it and turn it into working knowledge. This is why Econ Review wants to help small businesses and startups cut through the noise and provide them with actionable, informative knowledge to help them get to where they need to go.
Led by a seasoned economist and a young investor, Econ Review mixes experience with passion, making our articles are both timely and timeless.
It’s not just hard numbers for us: we want to make it so that even the business layman can understand technical business concepts and understand the basics of marketing strategies. We figure: if an entrepreneurial teen can understand it, so can you.
Econ Review is a community-based magazine; we welcome healthy discussions and guest writers to come in and give us their two-cents on a business or finance related issue.
Our magazine is your go-to resource when it comes to business tips, marketing matters, fintech, and financial news.
Read through our library of articles to find out more about growing your venture and finding out the right way to achieve your business success.
Chuck Whitley is an economist, lecturer and financial consultant to some of the biggest Fortune 500 companies in the country.
After working as a hedge fund investor for over a decade, Chuck decided to go back into the academe, teaching MBA-level economics and lecturing about the mathematics behind financial trends. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing with his son and his grandson.
Edward Durden is an angel investor who focuses on providing tech startups the funding they need to get listed. After dropping out from computer engineering, he launched a successful tech startup that maintained digital databases of his clients. Over time, he was able to generate more and more funding, eventually finding fortune in angel investing.
Ed now has multiple startup incubators set up across the country. On his off-days, he likes to play videogames and participate in CrossFit challenges.