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Followers: 2.4 million

EntrepreneurshipFacts is a feed of memes to motivate and inspire business owners. Some are funny and other have a somewhat serious tone. They’re there to help entrepreneurs in every stage of their business.

Posts are around business, mindset and motivation. David Dang, the man behind the feed, believes that mindset is key to having a successful business. Dang runs a small marketing agency in Winnipeg, Canada.

It started off as an Instagram feed for his favourite inspirational quotes on business and entrepreneurship. He now has over half a million followers. Many want to start a business but don’t have the knowhow or capital to do it – or they’ve simply never run a business before. Having worked a 9-5 over two summers when he was at university, he knew he wanted to pursue entrepreneurship and learned about it in his last year of school.

He now earns his money through digital marketing, dropshipping, print on demand, social media marketing and affiliate marketing. He also does a bit of property investing, stocks and cryptocurrency.

Everything on the page is something he’s learned from going through entrepreneurship himself.  “They say the best way to learn something is to teach. And this ultimately is what this website is all about. To simply share with you the knowledge and experience I’ve accumulated (and still accumulating) in my journey to financial freedom, in the hope of somehow helping you in yours.”

The Stories have useful tidbits such as product reviews and the benefits of networking. Reels show Dang giving vital business insights such as gaining more followers on Instagram and how the platform’s algorithm hides your content. The IGTV portion shows people in businesses that Dang has spoken to, answering entrepreneur’s questions. It even has additional memes and posts that it’s been tagged in which are super helpful to aspiring business owners. Think ‘5 branding mistakes you should avoid’ and #ThoughtfulThursday.

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Anna Jordan

Anna is Senior Reporter, covering topics affecting SMEs such as grant funding, managing employees and the day-to-day running of a business.

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