Entrepreneurs And Economics

In our Entrepreneurs and Economics category we explore the innovations that drive our cities and industries. From driving for a ride sharing service to understanding the economic benefits of legalizing marijuana, we are here to go deep with you and explore and evolve your entrepreneurial aspirations.

New York City traffic

How to Become a Lyft or Uber Driver-Partner in NYC

New York City is a popular tourist destination, and most of those visitors don’t have a vehicle in the city, are confused with public transit, or aren’t comfortable driving themselves. Many residents don’t own their own automobiles either. This is why New York Uber drivers and Lyft drivers are in high demand. If you’re curious about driving in NYC, be sure to read these tips to maximize your earning potential…

Cars on road in Toronto

How to Become a Lyft or Uber Driver-Partner in Toronto

Toronto is the most popular tourist destination in Canada, welcoming more than 40 million visitors every year. More than likely, those tourists need rides around the city and surrounding area to popular attractions. That’s where you come into play. If you drive for Uber Toronto you could meet countless new people and make money along the way…

Inside car driving in LA

Becoming a Lyft or Uber Driver-Partner in Los Angeles

Speaking from personal experience, driving in Los Angeles is overwhelming, congested and frustrating. When I lived there, I took full advantage of opportunities where others drove me from point A to point B, and that included ride hailing services. If you are familiar with the area and have access to a vehicle, driving for Lyft or Uber is a great opportunity to increase your earnings and meet new people…

Cars on road in Chicago downtown

Becoming a Lyft or Uber Driver-Partner in Chicago

I’ve visited Chicago a few times, but it was before Uber and Lyft were a thing. I was faced with hailing a cab and paying a ridiculously high rate to go a short distance. I quickly learned that I preferred to walk the mile or two instead of spending all my money on rides. If Uber or Lyft were around when I visited, I would’ve definitely taken advantage of them. I’m not the only rider who feels this way either — many people are switching from cabs to ridesharing. Uber and Lyft have both seen vast increases in the number of drivers needed for Chi-Town…

Person handing over car keys

How Much Money Can You Make With Turo? Drive up Your Income

Do you want your car to pay for itself and bring in extra income to boot? You can earn some serious dough by renting your car through Turo. So, how much money can you make with Turo? How do you start renting your car? And how are you and your car protected? Read on for answers to these questions and more to start earning…

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