News and Articles About Business Ideas
Great entrepreneurs dont catch lightning in a bottle and leave it on the table.
Steve Jobs wasn't right about everything. Sometimes, you really need to listen to what people want.
When do you stick with an idea, and when do you eliminate it altogether? As an entrepreneur, this can be a life-or-death decision for your startup.
Getting away can help you come back stronger than ever. Here's how to use time off to the fullest.
Starting a business can be a challenge and often entrepreneurs need guidance in various areas. Here five established founders reveal their tips for getting a new business off the ground.
Entrepreneurs don't have years or even months to build trust. To get sales quickly, they need to act quickly.
With the online world taking over our lives, here is how entrepreneurs can cash in.
It can be difficult to make an impact in the fashion industry, but following these steps will get you off to the right start.
Actors often improvise during scenes. Entrepreneurs should be imploring this same tactic for brainstorming sessions.
For entrepreneurs looking to dive into the startup world, turn to social media for brainstorming new venture concepts.
An entrepreneurial type reads the signals and suddenly realizes it's time to make the leap and ready a launch.
Before you spend big money on bringing your product to market, make sure there is actually a market for your product.
No one knows the future but, sometimes, you can make a very educated guess where things are headed.
From how the industry treats women to the rapidly changing media landscape, PR must evolve. Attitudes have to change, too.
Industries that perform well in the midst of economic uncertainty do just fine in good times, too.
These products came to be by chance -- spawning businesses and changing lives the world over.
Essie Weingarten, the entrepreneur behind the wildly popular nail polish line, grew her childhood passion into a multimillion-dollar brand.
Start by making a list of things you love, and a list of things you hate.
Use the 'Perfect Product Pyramid' to turn your ideas into success.
The author of a new book tells how several inventive types tested their product's premise. A catchy concept won't score profits for a startup if no one wants the device.
Rather than quitting, look for alternatives: pivot the business model or merge with new partners for support.
If a competitor takes your idea and launches their own version, don't fret. Twitter certainly hasn't.
Even though entrepreneurship is in vogue, not everyone is ready to start a business. Here are three questions to consider.
Creator of postage printer talks about how he launched his company and kept it going for two decades.
Often entrepreneurs think they need to completely disrupt an industry to land success. This couldn't be further from the truth.