Danielle Fallon-O'Leary

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About Danielle

Danielle Fallon-O'Leary is a writer and social media specialist who loves using her creativity to fuel her passion for communication. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and works part-time as a pediatric speech therapist.

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GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How an Illustrator Turned a Hobby Into an Inclusive Business

Illustrator-turned-entrepreneur Nicole Alesi shares how she founded Nicole Marie Paperie and the lessons she’s learned from entrepreneurship.

START » STRATEGY

What Small Businesses Need to Know About the Recession

While we cannot yet establish whether we’re truly in a recession, the risks are increasing — and small businesses will want to prepare either way.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How LipRevolt Bridged the Gap Between Beauty and Activism

Entrepreneur Courtney Wright established cosmetics brand and fundraising platform LipRevolt to bridge the gap between beauty, community service, and activism.

EVENTS » START. RUN. GROW.

CO— Start. Run. Grow. Growing a Team During the Workforce Shortage

Entrepreneurs and business owners discuss best practices in recruiting and maintaining top talent amid the ongoing hiring shortage.

GROW » MARKETING

How to Create Instagrams Reels for Your Business

Short-form video content, including Instagram Reels, has become an increasingly popular marketing tool. Here’s how to create a Reel for your business.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How Businesses Can Implement Second Chance Hiring

Discover how businesses in the public and private sectors can advance second chance hiring initiatives for formerly incarcerated individuals.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How to Better Support Black-Owned Businesses in the U.S.

Developing Black-owned businesses offers a great economic opportunity for the U.S. Here’s how to build and support the Black-owned business ecosystem.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

Successful Startups Founded by Entrepreneurs Over 50

These nine flourishing startups were founded by entrepreneurs over the age of 50, which proves that success can come at any age.

START » STRATEGY

Everything You Need to Know About Employee Uniforms

Uniforms in the workplace can make a group of employees look like a true team. Here’s what you need to know about employee uniforms.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How Tiny Organics Grew 500 Percent Since 2020

Tiny Organics co-founders Betsy Fore and Sofia Laurell discuss the importance of listening to your customers and finding out which of their needs aren't being met.