Product/Market fit now has its own book. Alexander Osterwalder wrote it. Buy it. —— The Lean Startup process builds new ventures more efficiently. It has three parts: a business model canvas to frame hypotheses, customer development to get out of the building to test those hypotheses and agile engineering to build minimum viable products. This week […]
For the right kind of entrepreneur, calamity affords a very unique business opportunity; and Jon Schultz is just that kind of entrepreneur.
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A reader asked, "What is the real difference between a franchise and a business opportunity?"
Stanford University researcher finds that repeat entrepreneurs are more likely to succeed.
If you've ever live tweeted an event, whether it be a World Series or business conference, you know how tough it is to stay ahead of everyone else, make insightful comments, and respond to folks who follow you. The guys who run the SFGiants fan account do it every day, and here's how they stay successful.
The top SEO trends to consider when building strategies and budgets for 2015.
The controversial Hobby Lobby ruling has opened up a Pandora's Box of legal, social, and HR questions that lawyers and businesses will be grappling with in the coming years.
Steve Cadigan recounts THE defining moment at LinkedIn
"Using" other people to promote commerce is nothing new and it's a great way to get found. Here are ways you can "use people" to further your brand.
Be a yardstick of quality when building your company, because high quality in all facets of your business is a measurement of your success.
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I haven’t been on an interview in a long, looooong time. And thank goodness, because I don’t really know what I’d have to say. “So, you’ve been a… cartoonist… for the past 10 years?” “Yep!” (Awkward silence.) “Okay… thanks for coming...Show More Summary
Leila Janah, CEO of Sama Group, spoke at the Inc. Women's Summit about how she plans to shake up entrenched political, economic, and social systems around the world.
When trying to promote tourism, most cities don’t want to call attention to their homeless population. But Hidden City Tours in Barcelona is doing just that. And business is thriving because of it. The tour company, which launched in 2013, employs current or former homeless people as tour guides. Show More Summary
Negativity can make you fixate on problems, and there are times when that is exactly what you need.
Let me illustrate a problem that many small businesses can relate to. When we were just starting out as a “little-tech-company-that-could,” we struggled to properly market ourselves right out of the gate. For example, we once had a customer...Show More Summary
Are you a franchise owner? If so, should you worry about cyber attacks? The answer: Yes. Should you lose sleep over the possibility of a cyber attack on your franchise business? The answer: No. Cyber Attacks: Should Franchise Owners Worry About Them? Cyber attacks are ugly. Show More Summary
Tom and Tracey Capuano went from being on the verge of filing for bankruptcy to thriving in a new business in just over a decade. In the late 90’s, Tom’s heating and air conditioning business was failing. The couple was struggling to keep their home and other assets. Show More Summary