Catherine Clifford

Catherine Clifford

Frequently covers crowdfunding, the sharing economy and social entrepreneurship.

Catherine Clifford is a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, she was the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Catherine attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. Email her at CClifford@entrepreneur.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.

With Help From Zuck, This Campaign Just Became Indiegogo's Most Funded Project Yet
Crowdfunding

With Help From Zuck, This Campaign Just Became Indiegogo's Most Funded Project Yet

Code.org launched a crowdfunding campaign in October that has raised nearly $3 million and counting.
Wall Street Teams Up to Try to Fight Hackers
Cyber Security

Wall Street Teams Up to Try to Fight Hackers

Two financial regulatory groups have announced that their jointly produced software program, Soltra Edge, will become available on Dec. 2.
Think Like A Startup: Look for Ideas Everywhere, Be Decisive.
Trep Talk

Think Like A Startup: Look for Ideas Everywhere, Be Decisive.

There is no time for bureaucracy in a young company looking to innovate in a legacy industry. Normal CEO and founder Nikki Kaufman explains her philosophy of accepting ideas from everywhere.
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This Gizmo Wants to Make Your Shower 'Smart,' Cutting Your Water Use In Half
Crowdfunding

This Gizmo Wants to Make Your Shower 'Smart,' Cutting Your Water Use In Half

A crowdfunding campaign for the Eva Smart Shower launched on Indiegogo this week.
12 Facts About the Human Brain That Will Make Your Marketing More Successful (Infographic)
Infographics

12 Facts About the Human Brain That Will Make Your Marketing More Successful (Infographic)

Improve the chances of your emails being read by knowing what is most likely to grab and hold attention.
Indiegogo Co-Founder: When What It Means to Be a Fearless Entrepreneur Changes
Leadership

Indiegogo Co-Founder: When What It Means to Be a Fearless Entrepreneur Changes

Danae Ringelmann along and her two other co-founders launched the crowdfunding platform around four primary values. The company has grown, and what those values mean for the company has evolved, too.
Reddit Co-Founder: Crowdfunding Is Powering a Second, Much Bigger Renaissance
Crowdfunding

Reddit Co-Founder: Crowdfunding Is Powering a Second, Much Bigger Renaissance

Alexis Ohanian says that technology means more creators can pursue their craft and get paid for it. The Internet means that people all over the world are becoming patrons of artists all over the world.
Reality Check: You Need to Care About More Than Your Business
Stress Management

Reality Check: You Need to Care About More Than Your Business

Best-selling author, therapist, and consultant Esther Perel says entrepreneurs need to remember that purpose and meaning are multi-faceted.
Y Combinator Partner on Crowdfunding: It Makes Our Job Harder
Crowdfunding

Y Combinator Partner on Crowdfunding: It Makes Our Job Harder

Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of social news site Reddit and partner at startup accelerator Y Combinator, talks about how platforms like Kickstarter are making his role as a startup investor more challenging.
Beyond the Big Guys: 13 Smaller VCs to Keep on Your Radar (Infographic)
Venture Capital

Beyond the Big Guys: 13 Smaller VCs to Keep on Your Radar (Infographic)

A look at up-and-coming venture capital firms and what they like to invest in.
How Old Is Too Old to Start a Business? The Answer May Surprise You. (Infographic)
Infographics

How Old Is Too Old to Start a Business? The Answer May Surprise You. (Infographic)

Martha Stewart didn't do any home decorating until she was 35. And Charles Flint started IBM at 61.
This Obsessive Entrepreneur Documented His 955 Rides as a Lyft Driver
Lyft

This Obsessive Entrepreneur Documented His 955 Rides as a Lyft Driver

In downtime between launching companies, Greg Muender decided to try on a pink mustache. And he tracked every penny that came and went.
The Best and Worst States in America for Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding

The Best and Worst States in America for Crowdfunding

Washington, D.C., is the best place to crowdfund in the U.S. and Mississippi is the worst.
How to Be the Best Boss (Infographic)
Leadership

How to Be the Best Boss (Infographic)

The most important thing you can do as a boss to keep talented staffers on board is to make sure they are enjoying their days and feel appreciated.
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Too Fast, Too Careful: The Struggle to Find Your Growth Sweet Spot
Growth Strategies

Too Fast, Too Careful: The Struggle to Find Your Growth Sweet Spot

Adam Eskin wants his restaurant chain to blanket the U.S. and change the way Americans eat. But he also knows that if he pushes too far, too fast, he will lose what is working.
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