Africa is rising and technology is changing the way we do business. We as entrepreneurs have a responsibility to operate at the highest level of professionalism and excellence. The next wave, the new generation of entrepreneurs haveShow More Summary
An interview with High Impact Social Entrepreneurship (HISE) expert Mike Caslin, PART TWO An entrepreneur is anyone who undertakes a business--be it small or large; alone or with a team. He or she sees an opportunity for a product or service and then brings it to the market. Show More Summary
In the very back of one of the halls of the fashion trade show called MAGIC, I came across an entrepreneur in the footwear section whose enthusiasm made me stop in my tracks. He couldn't have been more happy to share information on how his shoe line was completely different from all of the other exhibitors. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Gore is spearheading a campaign to build a worldwide support network for new businesses for the next 15 years. As the world prepares to create 600 million new jobs by a deadline of 2020, Dell entrepreneur in residence Elizabeth Gore is trying to put entrepreneur support on the UN's official agenda for the next 15 years. Read Full Story
It's that time of year again: Silicon Valley's tech elite head to the Nevada desert for the week-long radical art festival.
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Entrepreneurship for women is about finding a lifestyle that works and being honest with yourself.
Quartz: An entrepreneur is using virtual-reality headsets to try to cure vision disorders Virtual reality is already being touted as a useful tool in the treatment of veterans with PTSD and children with autism, but one San Francisco...Show More Summary
Every entrepreneur should be able to use these new words from Oxford Dictionaries.
To set the scene, imagine that you’re sitting in your l […]
This summer I set a goal to launch one company a month in June, July, and August. As every entrepreneur knows, being goal oriented is a key to success. Without goals, our ideas are just dreams. For me, as a young entrepreneur in college, I set actionable deadlines that push myself forward. Show More Summary
Tax expert and entrepreneur John Hewitt shares his tips for investing for long-term wealth creation, even in a volatile market.
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about the $2 billion "barefoot" running industry, how Burning Man has become a hotbed for entrepreneurs, and the most eccentric entrepreneurs who made the Inc. 500 list.
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Most crowd-funding campaigns fail but a select few go beyond their initial goal and reach the hallowed grounds of over-funding. What lessons can entrepreneurs learn from some of these examples?
Michael Acton Smith is one of Britain’s most high-profile entrepreneurs. The ‘Willy Wonka’ figure founded and has continued to front Mind Candy – home of ‘Moshi Monsters’ – even after stepping aside as CEO in July 2014. Michael Acton...Show More Summary
Since founding APPCityLife six years ago, I've often vacillated between guilt and gratitude - guilt over not being a stay-at-home mom anymore and gratitude for the many opportunities for growth. I've made peace (mostly) with the trade-offs, knowing that there is no real balance in life for anyone. Show More Summary
A lot goes into preparing for a company or product launch. To make sure your launch goes off without a hitch, you need to have a few key areas checked off on your master marketing plan. The post 6 Things Entrepreneurs Should Do Before Announcing a New Launch appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
"Vacations are a time to get the day-to-day business details off the front burner. But that doesn’t mean that I’m not brewing up new ideas."
A nanobrewery is a scaled-down microbrewery, often run by a solo entrepreneur, that produces beer in small batches. Because everything is better when it's smaller. Here's America's smallest nanobrewerry. YouTube link The Presurfer