Margarita Hakobyan is a serial entrepreneur that is addicted to creating. Business women, wife and mother of two with bachelor's degree from the University of Utah with a concentration in International Studies and a Masters Degree also from the University of Utah with a degree in International business. CEO and founder of, an online marketplace of local moving companies and storage facilities.


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The Uberification of Startups

Despite logistical headaches and concern about how exactly their drivers are contracted, Uber has been and will likely to continue to be the disruptive innovator of the 2010s. Although most people think of the company as a taxi alternative, Uber maintains that it is...


Your Startup Launch To-Do List

How do you start any big, important project? By getting organized. Starting your own business is no different. To give yourself the best possible chance of success, start by making a list of the things you need to do before you can start your...


5 Ways to Make Your Content Marketing Personal

The era of publishing content that will only promote your product or service has passed. Today people want to absorb noteworthy content and build a strong relationship with influencers on the Internet. Here are some of the aspects you need to consider if you...


How to Sell Your Big Startup Idea

So you woke up this morning with a fantastic idea that’s going to change the shape of shoelaces (or books, or music, or snack foods) as we know it. You’ve been sketching on napkins all morning, or scribbling notes into your phone, or calling...


How to Recruit Star Talent on Social Media

There’s no question; social media has become a crucial part of our lives and our businesses. We use social media to connect with far away friends and families, maintain casual social connections, and to connect with brands and companies in which we have interest....


Top 5 Best Cities for Millennial Startups

No matter what generation you call your own, you can’t deny this fact: the Millennial generation — those born between 1981 and 1997 — is changing the world and the way it does business. The oldest Millennials are 35-ish right about now. The youngest...