Laura Tiffany

30 Recent Stories

Entrepreneur Startups Magazine

5 Things Every Startup Should Know

You can learn now from what these entrepreneurs wish they'd known then.
Business Ideas

Crafting: A Silver Lining in a Tough Economy

Looking for an outlet for your creativity? Crafting is bucking the economic meltdown. Here are the latest crafting trends you should know about.
Marketing

Generate Buzz about Your Business

Sometimes buzz happens. Most times, however, you need to create it.
Business Management

Not Just Any Partner

You like marketing; he likes accounting. You enjoy designing new products; she's a sales guru. Finding a business partner with complementary skills can be the best thing you do for your business--and
Starting a Business

Road to Success

You can still find a place in the auto industry--you just have to know where to look.
Young Entrepreneurs

Profits for a Better World

Socially responsible young entrepreneurs are creating for-profit businesses to enact social change.
Selling Online

A Place to Call Your Own

Once you've learned the ropes of selling on Ebay, it may be time to open an Ebay Store or your very own ProStores site.
Business Ideas

Imminent Domaining

The domain name market is a hot investment opportunity for entrepreneurs.
Young Entrepreneurs

Virtual Success

Teens bypass after-school jobs for virtual world businesses where the money earned and the skills learned are real.
Franchises

Top 10 Home Improvement Franchises

Whether you want to put your DIY skills to work or don a suit and sell your wares in a showroom, there's a home improvement franchise that'll fit your style.
Franchises

Top 10 Children's Franchises

Help educate the wee ones--and some older kids, too--by opening a children's franchise.
Success Stories

Art Gets Entrepreneurial

Artists looking to make a name for themselves are forgoing the gallery/museum route and selling their own products.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Reach Out

Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Orkut, Xing--the glut of social networking sites can make it impossible to decide where to spend your time and energy. Here are a few new networks to consider.
Business Ideas

Fascinated by Japan

If it's big in Japan, it could also hit big in the United States--and these entrepreneurs are betting on it.
Business Management

Surviving a Slowing Economy

If the experts agree that we're in a recession, these tips will have you so far ahead of the game, the news will barely register.
Entrepreneur Startups Magazine

Virtual Reality

When it comes to getting help, business owners are finding it pays to go virtual.
Success Stories

Casual Games Get Serious

The $2.25 billion casual gaming industry is on the brink of explosive success. How can you join the game?
Success Stories

Granting Geniuses

These entrepreneurs don't just run businesses; they do good works. And they've been recognized with $500K MacArthur Fellowships for their accomplishments.
Entrepreneur Magazine

The Whole Package

Packaging today needs style and substance. You've got to grab consumers' attention but also consider the impact your packaging has on the environment.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Control Your Emoticons

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, what's an emoticon worth? Something as simple as a :-), :-( or ;-) can be complicated, especially when you're talking about business e-mails.
Marketing

Telemarketing Will Never Be the Same

Almost 5 years after the Do Not Call Registry began, marketers have gotten creative.
Management & Operations

Fantastic Spaces in Unusual Places

Find out how creative entrepreneurs turned unusual spaces into the perfect location for their business.
Entrepreneur Magazine

The Gossip Artist

Perez Hilton's life is a Cinderella story for the blogging age. In just three short years, the popularity of PerezHilton.com has skyrocketed.
Business Management

5 Out-of- the-Ordinary Outsourcing Trends

Outsourcing is reaching new levels of creativity as entrepreneurs figure out more tasks that can be sourced elsewhere.
Success Stories

Talking Tofurky

Find out how one man with a tempeh-fueled dream changed Thanksgiving dinner forever.
Management & Operations

Bringing Work Home

You can go back home again. Many businesses are finding that homeshoring is a viable alternative to offshoring.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Give Your Neighborhood a Facelift

You've invested everything and built a business you want to stick with for the long haul. Now business is thriving--but what if your neighborhood is dying?
Management & Operations

Bewitching Businesses

For these entrepreneurs, every day is like Halloween. Ghosts, spirits and other things that go bump in the night help bring in the chills and the business.
Growing Your Business

An A-Mazing Moneymaker

Family-friendly ag-tourism attractions like corn mazes are helping keep small farms alive.
Marketing

Halo: The Power of 3

Think the biggest video game launch in history doesn't apply to you? Here's why you're wrong.
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