From finding a mentor to talk you through your business mistakes and fears, to locating an attorney you trust to advise you on legal matters, you need a lot of help throughout all stages of your business. Here's where to find it.
News and Articles About Finding Help
Interested in being a mentor? Make sure you have the right approach and expectations.
These six tips help you take a casual, flexible approach to the mentor relationship.
Behind every great entrepreneur, there's often a great mentor. Here's how to find one and turn this person into your biggest asset.
Can't afford to have an attorney on speed dial? Don't worry, help is just a click away.
StartOut takes a look at the unique challenges LGBT entrepreneurs face and aims to bring the gap with its second annual mentorship program.
We've all heard the business success stories of famous dropouts like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. But are there benefits to studying entrepreneurship?
The news is filled with success stories from incubator-backed startups, but can these programs really help your startup? We weigh the positives and consider the negatives.
Crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter offer more than money. With the right approach, young entrepreneurs can also gain valuable market insights.
Fundraisers in West Virginia nurture fledgling businesses and help create a culture of entrepreneurship in the state.
Having these types of people around to ask advice of and bounce ideas off can be essential to business owner's success.
Sometimes mentors can feel like a broken record at business accelerators, doling out the same advice over and over. Could what they say be the secret to startup success?
When considering who to seek advice from, consider the expertise, timing and motivation behind the words of wisdom.
Google+ will now feature a hub of information, including live college-level courses on business for military veterans and their families.
Getting your venture accepted into an accelerator can help immensely when it comes to getting venture capital, thanks to a rigorous screening process and help from mentors and peers.
Targeted minority-lending programs have had only limited success in encouraging new-business creation among minorities. Could crowd-funding help close the startup gap?
At a forum on young entrepreneurship, a more complex vision for what starting up is like for people in countries outside the U.S.
University of the People offers some would-be entrepreneurs an opportunity to bone up on business basics. See how the program could become an even more viable option in the future.
If you weren't born with an innate ability to manage a business, you could get an MBA. Or you might try implementing these tips.
Intrapreneurs are launching businesses within -- and with the help of -- their places of employment.
Scathing feedback from experts is a staple of many a reality TV show. More business owners could benefit from hearing the brutal truth -- if they act on it.
Before spending money on business incubators, Congress should first figure out whether we really need more in the U.S. and whether they actually help create jobs.
A look at how advisors can help you more than any business book ever could.
For many new businesses, finding the right advisor can make all the difference. Here are five qualities to seek in an ideal mentor.
One isn't always the loneliest number. In fact, it may be all that's needed to operate a successful business.
Forget fantasy sports. This is the real-life team you should have in place for your business to thrive.