Geoff Williams

Geoff Williams has written for numerous publications, including Entrepreneur, Consumer Reports, LIFE and Entertainment Weekly. He also is the author of Living Well with Bad Credit.

30 Recent Stories

Success Stories

Business Law

Have you heard the one about the lawyer becoming an entrepreneur? It's no joke.
Health & Fitness

Healthy Travels

Think going abroad for cheaper medical procedures is scary? These businesses are here to help.
Management & Operations

Running a Marathon Business

You think finishing a marathon is hard? Try starting one.
Marketing Ideas

Tackling the Football Crowd

With football season in full force, don't miss your chance to score with this huge market.
Starting a Business

10 Businesses Facing Extinction in 10 Years

They're going, going and may be completely gone by 2017. Check out their odds of survival.
Ads by Type

A Sign of Good Marketing?

Sign spinners--or 'human directionals'--are trying to stop traffic with eye-catching tricks and acrobatics. Does it work?
Marketing Basics

The Perfect Presentation: Follow-up

In the final part of a 6-week series, you'll learn why you should follow up, regardless of how well or poorly the presentation went.
Marketing Basics

The Perfect Presentation: Practice

In part 4 of a 6-week series, we address what kind of practice makes a presentation perfect.
Marketing Basics

The Perfect Presentation: Technology

In part 2 of a 6-week series, we address how to prevent technology from taking over--and potentially destroying--your presentation.
Marketing

Rapper's Delight

As Notorious B.I.G. sang, 'If you don't know, now you know.' Find out what entrepreneurs can learn from the rap game.
Technology

Top 5 Tech Hot Spots

Check out these 5 countries that are leading the global tech revolution. Did the U.S. make the list?
Success Stories

Baby on Board

Need a business idea? Have a baby. Meet some entrepreneurs whose role as fathers led to successful ventures.
Management & Operations

Last of Their Breed

These entrepreneurs are finding a way to keep their businesses centered on seemingly antiquated products alive and well.
Technology

(Not) Made in the USA

Check out these 10 cool technologies not yet available in the United States.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Name Fame

How some entrepreneurs handle sharing their handles.
Business Ideas

When War Means Profits

By catering to soldiers and their families, some businesses are keeping both goodwill and profits in mind.
Insurance

5 States Resuscitating Health Care

It's no secret small businesses account for many of the nation's uninsured. These 5 states are working on a cure.
Business Ideas

Things You Don't Know About Organics

The organics industry has been dominating headlines, but there may be some facts that still surprise you, such as who is buying.
Leadership

Start a Business, Save the World

You don't have to give millions to charity or solve the nation's energy woes to make a change. Read about the inspiring approaches some creative businesses are taking.
Business Ideas

Playing the Wii Aftermarket

They may not have invented the popular gaming console, but that doesn't mean these entrepreneurs can't make a profit on it.
Websites

Sky's the Limit

Your business on eBay can start from just a few odds and ends, but there's no telling where it will lead.
Business Management

A Spartan's Guide to Business

300 may seem like a bloody action movie, but it's also a lesson in creating a formidable and fearsome business.
Leadership

Watch What You Say

When you open your mouth, do you drive away business?
Leadership

Are You Killing Your Company?

Businesses fail for lots of reasons. Sometimes, the reason is you. Find out how you could be killing your own company--and how to stop.
Starting a Business--and Not a Legal Battle
Legal Basics For Startups

Starting a Business--and Not a Legal Battle

How to quit your job, compete with your old boss and not get sued in the process
Business Ideas

Create a New Business From an Old Idea

Can't come up with a unique business idea? It may be better to improve upon an old concept instead.
Success Stories

Filthy Rich Businesses

Want to be disgustingly happy? Start a disgusting business.
Success Stories

For Love and Money

These 10 romance-based businesses keep the fires burning and the money flowing all year long.
Family Business

Bridging the Generation Gap

5 strategies that will help every intergenerational family business make it through the critical years
Marketing Ideas

Landing Media Placement for Your Product

How to get your product a starring role in a TV show or movie

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