It takes a lot to make it in NYC — but the city is full of opportunities if you’re ready to seize them. We spoke to seven entrepreneurs about building a business from the ground up in the Big Apple. Here’s what they told us.
“A good entrepreneur needs to empower its senior managers to step up and make decisions, including hiring and staffing of resources. I do what I can to hire the best people in the country and get out of the way.”
—Jeffrey S. Rogers, 46, president and CEO of LiftForward, a marketplace loan platform which provides loans to small businesses