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Serial entrepreneur Jen Groover on making sure your business ideas aren't stolen as you seek out help and advice for your startup.
After a near-accident while training for a marathon, an entrepreneur develops a line of identification gear for outdoor athletes.
Leveraging the benefits of their training and specialized resources, military veterans are increasingly turning to entrepreneurship. Here's a look at their battle plans.
To do so, you'll need to understand the value proposition you're creating. Consider these steps to put your startup idea to the test.
Handywoman Beth Allen launches a company that's part fix-it business and part tool school to help women with home repairs.
A new contest from the Wharton School of Business gives entrepreneurs a chance to win goodies -- by describing a clutch mistake that turned out to be a good business idea.
How some entrepreneurs are drawing from the distant past to put a successful new spin on old ideas.
From have it your way to make it your way to go your own way, a look at the trends defining opportunity next year.
Here are five resources for helping you channel your inner innovator.
Franchises with lower costs of entry can make it easier to be your own boss. Here's a look at the strategies behind low-cost franchising and where to find successful opportunities.
Have a passion for the travel business? Consider these four niches that are quickly winning over weekend warriors.
The back-of-the-napkin business plan is not just a myth. Here are just a few examples of business ideas that took shape over drinks.
At our Entrepreneur Magazine Roundtable, entrepreneurs extolled the benefits of sharing business ideas liberally.
Ahhha.com is a social network that taps the collective wisdom of the masses.
Want to start a business, but not sure what to pursue? Here's how to discover what you love.
Package up the knowledge inside your head to create a business based on your expertise.
The founder of a network for creative professionals shares his thoughts on ideas, execution and innovation.
Forget recycling. Reusing materials discarded in the manufacturing process is a growing force behind a fresh new industry.
Put the kibosh on your turbine dreams. Instead, turn to the past to create an eco-business with a sound future.
An Atlanta entrepreneur helps turn unmentionable business into a fancy affair.
Think starting a business is hard? Try doing it on a bus in 48 hours.
Can a boyhood dream become a successful sports league?
A couple turns restaurants' cooking oil into soap -- and sells it back to the establishments.
Who doesn't like a good mystery? Three entrepreneurs deliver the unexpected.
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