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College degrees aren’t necessary to enter entreprenuership, but Sujan Patel argues that these 28 skills are — especially to make it in today’s tech-savvy world.
You don’t need a million bucks to launch a new product successfully (though it helps). Here are 5 tips to make an impact, each culled from the successful launch of Clear Hair Care in the U.S.
How will your business be affected by the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act? EarnMBA and Fundable break down crowdfunding in this infographic.
Your break-even point is crucial, even more so than your profits and losses — and yet most entrepreneurs have no clue how to calculate it. W. Michael Hsu breaks it down into manageable math.
Short-term startup success may pay the bills, but it’s a long-term perspective that truly pays off — a fact worth reflecting on during those rare moments of downtime.
All of us get stuck sometimes — even entrepreneurs. We’re scared to fail, scared to underperform and deathly afraid to quit. But why?
If you find yourself incredibly excited about your side gig and not your 9-to-5, you’re probably onto something, as Jason Sadler quickly found out.
What’s in a name? To companies like Google and Zappos, nothing — at first. Nathalie Lussier breaks down three ways to nail down the naming process.
Celebrities from Queen Latifah to Ellen Degeneres use their celebrity to launch new ventures. What can us “regular” entrepreneurs learn from these leading ladies?
Roger Bryan got to pick the brain of Eric Trump, Vice President of Development and Acquisitions at Trump Organization, during a helicopter ride.
Jason Ross borrowed money and worked odd jobs to fund his startup — from his bedroom, no less. Today, JackThreads has 2 million members.
Who needs client testimonials and business cards? Even brand-new startups can gain leverage in their market quickly with these 3 steps.
Partners for life should make great business partners… right? Ask your spouse these 10 questions before potentially sacrificing both your startup and your marriage.
Web entrepreneurs need a lot more than a big idea to start up. Derek Johnson of Tatango breaks down the 3 ingredients for startup success.
Tina Wells describes seven novel ways to find and build strong, supportive relationships with people who can help you on your startup journey.
Looking for ways to improve your services and grow sales? Look no further than your best focus group of all: your customers. Their feedback is invaluable, if you only ask.
Honestly, there is no such thing as a stupid idea. Caitlin McCabe shares how to reposition that “stupid” business concept into a lucrative plan with multiple byproducts and revenue streams.
Some of the best business advice is highly personal. Rebeca Hwang shares the tips she received that helped her build YouNoodle into the successful startup it is today.
Whether still in school or stuck at a 9-to-5, pick up one of these 10 side gigs, each with low overhead and wide profit opportunities.
Being a young entrepreneur gives you more power than you think. Here’s how to harness your age at intimidating business events.
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