If you’re preparing for an important meeting with a potential client, investor or business partner you’ll no doubt spend hours obsessing over every tiny?
Can a software startup that has dispensed half a billion dollars worth of consumer loans on behalf of small and medium-sized merchants in Canada make it in Main Street USA? We’ll soon find out, now that Toronto’s FinanceIt got a bigShow More Summary
Tim Cook is doing a little early Christmas shopping. Apple spent north of $200 million for Topsy, a company that parses the Twitter stream for usable information, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. If the amount reported is accurate,...Show More Summary
A pair of Georgia brothers has navigated the crowdfunding waters from Kickstarter to equity crowdfunding site Fundable, on their way to turning oil cans into guitars, and a business. Oh, and Adam and Shaun Lee of Bohemian Guitars have...Show More Summary
Developed in Italy, pocket-sized Lucetta lights use magnetism both to secure the devices to the bike frame and as a switch mechanism.
David Hudson wouldn't call himself a political guy, but when he found an issue with the Arkansas Constitution several months ago, he felt compelled to write a letter to his local legislators. It proved to be a much more complicated task than the Little Rock software developer had imagined. Show More Summary
What is the biggest, most significant challenge you've been presented with to date, and how you did you respond? Fired from my first startup "I started a tech company in 2009, and our growth exploded right out of the box. We grew faster than our small little mom-and-pop team could manage. Show More Summary
Want your words to wow? Take this basic advice to write more effective emails, memos, and other professional materials. I took many writing classes in college but perhaps the most useful was one focused on business writing. My classmates...Show More Summary
Traveling in general always seems to come with headaches but during the winter months, everything is exacerbated. Hopefully this list can help you figure which airports you should--and should not--fly out of. The miserable weather and hundreds of airline delays at Thanksgiving capped off a tough year for air travelers. Show More Summary
The state of small business is strong, but Congress is a serious drag on the economy in which entrepreneurs operate. At the heart of a new Inc. special report, the State of Small Business, is a survey: We ask Inc. 5000 CEOs about their outlook, then add our own reporting on the economy. Show More Summary
Entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor Daymond John started with nothing but hustle. John didn’t have any fancy angels writing him checks when he was launching his successful urban clothing brand FUBU. In a recent interview, he remembers working a job in the food industry while building his brand from scratch. Show More Summary
A new site launching today sounds a bit like the craziness of Black Friday bargain hunting, but without the sharp elbows jabbing you out of the way to get to the merchandise first—or at least not real ones. DropTilYouShop.com or DTYS, which launches its first sale today at 9 a.m. Show More Summary
While using Facebook to promote your business might be a less expensive avenue to travel than radio spots, magazine ads, and other forms of?
The oil and gas industry is probably one of the richest industries in the world. Despite its rigid regulation, business tycoons and capitalists are?
The IDNA - Spatial Storytelling project from Switzerland has produced a 360-degree video narrative for handheld devices that reveals different elements of the story depending on the way viewers choose to angle their tablet.
Last month HP celebrated the shipment of its 200 Millionth LaserJet printer – a staple item in offices all across the world. With the rise of digital communications, many professionals and pundits envisioned a world of “paper less” communication. Show More Summary
A BIG congratulations to SCORE, who has provided 50 years of FREE help to small business owners. SCORE, funded in part by the federal government, is a resource providing counselors in offices all across the USA. ‘ These counselors, former business owners, are experienced in business growth and freely give their advice to upcoming business... Show More Summary
Remember sitting in middle school English when your best friend slyly passed you a note that said a certain classmate who you had your eyes on “liked” you? Butterflies, right? Those young romances are fading memories today, but our love affair with the Like button and other means of demonstrating social media approval is going... Show More Summary
Well we ALL know that the government’s health care web site has some MAJOR problems. It’s been overwhelmed an not able to serve folks who are looking for and/or want insurance solutions. What about your web site? Are there people TRYING to get to your web site and can’t? Are there prospective customers on your... Show More Summary
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuck is the MUST READ instruction manual for understanding social media and using it as an asset to grow your business. We know that content is important. But content alone IS NOT going to turn the dial into your success in using social media. Show More Summary