Starting a Business
BY Blaine VessIf you're looking to launch a business while still in school, here are a few lessons learned from StudyMode founder Blaine Vess.
BY Kate TaylorVenture capitalists invest approximately $20 billion a year into U.S. companies. Where does the money go? This infographic has the answers.
BY Mark BurnsThe urge to start up can come on suddenly and powerfully. Here's how College Trep columnist Mark Burns got the entrepreneurial bug.
BY Jodi HelmerRegaalo, a web service that allows parents to send gifts to students, applies modern technology to an old-fashioned concept.
BY Punit AroraIf your only claim to fame is starting a handful of companies, yet you've had success with none of them, it's probably time to take a closer look at what you're learning.
BY Stephen KeyBusiness ideas are buzzing all around you. It's just a matter of knowing where to look and how to uncover them. Here are five places to start.
BY Matt VillanoCan entrepreneurship thrive within corporate constructs? Here, the ins and outs of corporate incubators and accelerators--and why they should matter to you.
BY AJ AgrawalCollege Trep AJ Agrawal describes one of his company's biggest assets: His summer internship.
BY Linda LacinaA recent study by the National Retail Federation finds organized crime an ongoing threat.
BY Neil ParmarThe annual event hosted by former President Bill Clinton is aimed at sparking new ideas and encouraging action. But it also focused much attention on propping up youth entrepreneurship.
BY Walter ChenIn starting up, founders often set their sights too high. Here's why you should start a $1,000 business instead.
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