Matthew Capala is an Internet entrepreneur, SEO strategist, speaker, and author. He is the founder of Alphametic, an organic growth accelerator, and SearchDecoder. Mathew is an Adj. Professor at NYU, and is the author of Amazon-bestselling...Show More Summary
If you are a freelancer, small business owner, entrepreneur, or a “solopreneur,” you already know the web is full of professional tools and services for creating invoices. The task is sifting through them all to find the ones that offer the features and functionality that you need, for the price you can afford. Show More Summary
Being an entrepreneur is a tough business. Almost immediately, the odds are stacked against you: The hours are long The pay is sporadic You have to fight your demons The gatekeepers happily tell you -- "You not good enough!" So while...Show More Summary
You don't need the Sharks to pass judgment. You can make your own assessment here.
Yoav Vilner is CEO at Ranky, the startup-marketing team. He’s helping startups grow and then shares his insights regularly at Forbes, Entrepreneur, Inc, TheNextWeb, ReadWrite and VentureBeat. Your marketing department wears many hats. Show More Summary
On Thursday at the Health Innovation Summit at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), Ochsner Health System announced the launch of an innovation accelerator called iO designed to support and partner with companies working to revolutionize patient-centered care, NOLA first reports. Show More Summary
These petty comments say more about the person hurling them--and how they can't understand why you're more successful.
3D printing has improved so many different products and industries. It has led to medical breakthroughs. It has simplified the process of architectural and city planning. And it has even made it simpler for entrepreneurs in a variety of industries to build and test prototypes. And now, 3D printing is making an impact on a...
Skiing is taking off in a big way in China. Beijing sees the sport as part of its “China dream,” while entrepreneurs from the country’s ultracompetitive business world are rapidly embracing the thrill of life on the edge.
A cadre of celebrities, athletes, corporations and organizations has taken to social media this afternoon to decry Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s decision to sign a dangerous anti-LGBT legislation into law.
Fear is one of the dirtiest words in the English language — and something that every one of us faces. No Sidebar host Brian Gardner has been an online entrepreneur for eight years now, and he has said “I am afraid” an infinite number of times. Show More Summary
I don't know why the author of this Atlantic piece sounds so surprised. Has he never been in a poor neighborhood? Guys selling T-shirts, handbags, produce and used appliances on the street -- of course putting an economic floor under people encourages them to take a shot at something bigger and better. Show More Summary
This is the second post in a series written by Jaclyn Mullen entitled, "She Shall Overcome." Each post will profile how everyday women are turning their obstacles into opportunities. "I never thought I'd be an entrepreneur at this age,"...Show More Summary
As much as the landscape for biotechnology startups has changed over the last decade, one thing that hasn’t changed is this: Intellectual property is the beating heart of a business.
Walter Frick writes in the Atlantic about recent research which suggests that a strong social safety net increases entrepreneurship. For example, one researcher found that expansion of the food stamp program led to a higher chance that...Show More Summary
The bestselling author shares lessons from her new book, 'Rising Strong,' and why entrepreneurs should embrace conflict in the workplace.
It’s a tough world out there for working mothers. Here’s the story behind one entrepreneur’s apology to moms everywhere -- and how she’s making up for her past. The post Why This Company President Wrote an Apology to Mothers Everywhere appeared first on Brazen Life.
How this entrepreneur grew his business to seven figures in 12 months with this simple marketing approach.
Serial entrepreneur Richard Rosenblatt thinks he’s found the next hot thing again: the mobile app Whipclip, launching today, that makes it easy for TV fans to snip and share pieces of video from more than 90 network shows. “Everybody is thinking forward, about how to share video,” Rosenblatt said in demoing the app to me. Show More Summary
Here it is. Keurig delivers caffeine at the push of a button, but now say hello to Jevo, a genius contraption that delivers instant pregame material. Oregon entrepreneur Jeff Jetton says he created the device — which can crank out 20...Show More Summary