Starting a Business
If you create a reason to buy, there are people who will pay top dollar for your luxury item.
A new look at the classic question of whether you are cut out to be an entrepreneur
No matter what your gender or ethnic heritage, you can succeed in business--if you turn your obstacles into opportunities.
Feeling like you've heard "no" more times than you can count? Look for ways around age discrimination, however, and maybe you can start a revolution.
Pulling your hair out won't help you deal with the stress of running your business. Try these tactics instead.
Whether your passion is pottery, painting or playing video games, there's money to be made from your hobby.
Home Based Business
The first years are the hardest, so plan on plodding along for a while.
Presenting a case study in striking the best deals to launch your own great product on a limited budget
Naming Your Business
Understand the elements of a great name before you commit to one.
Don't go the startup route alone. Help is right around the corner--and it's free.
Is your brain reluctant to give up any good ideas for a business?
You don't have to look far to find a profitable niche in your small town.
Don't want to leave the selling of your product up to a licensee? Do it yourself on commission.
Whether you're undertaking a new marketing campaign or installing a computer network, a consultant may have the answers to your questions.
If the answer is "not really," don't worry; just buy the rights to someone else's invention and reap the profits. Now that's a bright idea.
Home Based Business
Don't let go of your personal life just because you've started a business.
Before you set up shop, make sure you've got all your legal bases covered.
The decision rests with you, and only you. But there are definite perks to being your own boss.
Once the domain of small sellers, eBay has become a valued resource for entrepreneurs.
Home Based Ideas
Don't wait another minute--start a new business now with these part-time ideas.
Get in touch with an angel, says one entrepreneurâand we don't mean angel investorâand you might find the help you need in starting and growing your business.
Evaluating Your Idea
What to do when your entrepreneurial brain is working overtime
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