Freshfully started as a virtual marketplace for finding local food. When connecting buyers with their farm-fresh fare proved tricky, the Alabama startup shifted to a traditional street-side model.
By focusing on your customers who are willing to spend more money on your products, you'll increase sales revenue as you decrease sales efforts.
Behind every great entrepreneur, there's often a great mentor. Here's how to find one and turn this person into your biggest asset.
Ask the right questions and be prepared and you'll avoid screwing up on a pitch that's big for your business.
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As a student entrepreneur, a summer internship is no excuse for making zero progress on your business. Here are some tips to keep you on point.
Your Business Plan
Throw out everything you know about a business plan. These are the questions you need to ask to sell your idea to investors.
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The president may soon sign into law a new student loan bill that reduces rates for many new borrowers, but the high-cost of education isn't going away. Here are four loan pay-off strategies.
Starting a Business
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The 'Shark Tank' investor and inventor of over 400 products offers her advice to move your product from idea to sales.
Grow Your Business
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Silicon Valley is the startup capital of the world for a reason. Here are five key lessons from the place that every entrepreneur can apply to the way they do business, no matter where they are.
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