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The Etsy Economy

Craft marketplace Etsy recently released a new report called Building an Etsy Economy: The New Face of Creative Entrepreneurship. The report is based on a survey of 4000 Etsy sellers. The key findings include: The vast majority of Etsy sellers,...

Israels Hot Startup Scene is Fostering Several Unicorns

These are some of the hottest startups in Israel that are creating some of the fastest growing companies on the planet.

The Difference Between Success and Failure

The one thing every aspiring freelancer, college student or person with access to a time machine should know.

A Proper Introduction To Franchising

Franchise Business University is now open for enrollment. If you’re looking into franchise ownership, or are thinking of doing so, check it out.   A Proper Introduction To Franchising Summer (for some) is a great time to work on detail-oriented projects. Show More Summary

Improve Your Office Productivity With Twitter Chat Tips

If your like most small business owners, office productivity is a constant challenge. Whether you're a solopreneur working from a home office or a small business owner working with employees from a more traditional office, here are some thoughts from a recent Twitter chat

This Week’s Assignment

As you kick off this business week, I have a little assignment for you which I hope will move you a little faster along the growth track. I’d like you to look at the things you’re doing today – on your average Monday – and ask yourself if they are truly getting you the results […]

Trying To Solve Gender Imbalance From “The Other Side Of The Table” (Guest Article)

This article is written by Ezequiel Djeredjian, a male member of the Athena team. Ezequiel and Athena are doing great work to solve the gender imbalance in business, through programming empowering women to grow themselves, and their dreams of entrepreneurship. Show More Summary

Interesting Statistics for the Top 10 Social Media Sites

Are you not sure where to market your business on social media? Check out these stats on the 10 most popular social media sites on the Web today.

7 Ways To Keep Your Startup Team Motivated

Keeping a startup team going strong takes some effort, but it's extremely rewarding.

What You Can Learn From This Terrible, Wonderful Auto Ad

Sometimes, an ad that critics think is terrible might be a very effective ad indeed.

The Y2K Bug and Running a Big Business Like a Small One

Aside from confirming that we're classic over-reactors, there were lots of lessons to be learned from the Y2K scare more than 15 years ago. One of the main lessons learned was how to manage a small business and to trust in those around you.

Reinventing Organizations: Creating a Color-Coded Model of Business Development

If you want to make changes to your business, "Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness" may be the answer. Beware, however. This is not your average how-to business guide.

Get Out There and Learn at a Business Event This Week

At a loss on how best to market your small business? There are plenty of ways and means of doing so -- each a potential financial pitfall. Get the best advice on marketing from a litany of small business events on the calendar this week. There are even a few that don't require you to leave your desk!

Shipping Company Uses AT&T Service to Monitor Its Fine Art

  Technology can be used in the most amazing ways. I just watched a video which shows how a NY area shipping company uses AT&T’s Cargo View and Flight Safe service to monitor its fine art shipments.  No matter what business you are in,...Show More Summary

Should a Business Owner Yell at a Screaming Child?

A Maine diner owner's decision to scold a screaming toddler has resulted in a mixed bag of emotions. The incident should serve as lesson for any small business owner: Think before you speak.

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