Most entrepreneurs I know want to do the right thing for their businesses, as well as themselves, but they are not always sure what that means. Does it mean the right thing from a customer perspective, societal impact, maximizing business...Show More Summary
Christina Daves funded the business on a home equity line of credit and zero interest credit cards. She knew the necessity of PR, but after losing $27,000 ill-spent on a less than capable retail advisor she couldn’t afford the $1,500 to $10,000 it would cost to hire an agency. She would have to find a way to do the PR for herself.
Ahead of his time. Yes -- Seth Godin tells us to try things that might not work. Do work that matters, as he calls it. Best part? Do this and you automatically up your game as an entrepreneur. I recently had a chance to pick Godin's brilliant brain on this. Show More Summary
Etsy’s CEO said he believed the company is the best platform for creative entrepreneurs.
Internet entrepreneurs Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss have their home in Hollywood Hills West back up for long-term lease — this time at $110,000 a month. The contemporary two-story had been priced earlier this year at $150,000. It’s been a busy week for the brothers, who also announced the launch...
Lady Gaga’s One Time Manager Said Entrepreneurs Of Color Need Equal Access And Opportunity Tech and entertainment mogul Troy Carter urged start-up companies to reach out and do business with firms and employees of color. “I think that we’re at
Last week, I visited Cuba with about 40 fast-growth entrepreneurs from the Oxford Center. Here’s the scoop on Cuba: Cuba is a ‘country start-up’ very similar to what here in the US we call a company startup. Both carry a lot of risk if it fails and a lot of reward if it succeeds. Show More Summary
Land of Oz was a Wizard of Oz-inspired theme park in Beech Mountain, NC, opened in the 1970s by imaginative entrepreneur Grover Robbins. Unfortunately, Robbins's death from cancer just weeks before the park's opening was, in a way, a dismal sign of things to come. Show More Summary
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about the alleged "insider trading" at daily fantasy sports sites, a successful entrepreneur who fled Vietnam as a child, and a robot that teaches kids how to code.
Do you really have more freedom as an entrepreneur than as an employee? The answer: Yes and no. The primary complaint with the typical 9 to 5 schedule is that it simply leaves you too freaking tired to do anything personally fulfilling after work. Show More Summary
We did it! Last weekend I worked with a small and dedicated team to produce our second-ever Pioneer Nation, a gathering of independent entrepreneurs. For the first time in any big event we’ve done, we took everyone onsite for the entire experience. Show More Summary
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Every day, thousands of refugees and migrants set off for Europe: This year alone, some 562,797 people have arrived in Europe by sea. To escape war, poverty and terror, they take immense risks, knowing they might not survive the perilous journey. Show More Summary
Dallas-Fort Worth used to be a powerhouse for venture capital pouring into Texas. But with Austin-area startups attracting twice as much on average in the past five and half years, many DFW entrepreneurs and advocates are repeating a...Show More Summary
Are you a starter or are you an operator? That’s the question, right? Well, maybe not. Regardless, it’s a common refrain in the startup world. We’ve all heard the serial entrepreneur who says, “Yeah, I love to start companies, but once...Show More Summary
Kerry Diamond, editor in chief of Yahoo Food, offers her number one tip for entrepreneurs.
Summary: For some reason, there has been an odd animosity between entrepreneurs and marketing professionals. Startups and agencies have been battling over talent; some agency professionals believe some of this startup culture is fly-by-night,...Show More Summary
Shiza Shahid, co-founder of The Malala Fund, explains why it's difficult to make a difference in the world without a fundamental understanding of market forces.
Forbes looks back at key moments on Bob Parsons' journey to becoming one of America's richest and most successful entrepreneurs.
The men behind Foot Cardigan can reveal this much about their Shark Tank appearance: they showed up in their boxer shorts. The proprietors of the sock-subscription company had to show off their unique product, and that would be hard to do if it was hidden under pants and shoes. Show More Summary