News and Articles About Ideas
Why reinvent the wheel when you can take what's worked for others and apply those principles directly to your business?
Becoming an entrepreneur is a process.
There's no need to meet people in person for the hard sell. Let this tool do the work for you.
Taking that crucial first step can be a challenge if you doubt yourself.
The magic process of idea generation is open to far more people than commonly thought.
If you want to see the magic of achieving your big vision, youll need to devote time to mastering the creation of goals.
Everyone has ideas, but it takes a certain personality to successfully leave behind the security of a day job.
These three women saw a niche and sought their own solutions, leading to successful products.
Pitching a product at one of these mega companies isn't as daunting as you may think.
Take your idea from a thought to product in five steps.
Put your creativity to the test, and the ideas you ultimately bring back to clients will be all the stronger for it.
There were big changes last year to who acquires protection. Here are answers to four common questions.
Web-connected products will soon explode. Where should entrepreneurs look to get in on the action?
Once your company has seen some success, figuring out what to do next is all about three variables.
Creator of postage printer talks about how he launched his company and kept it going for two decades.
How much do you want to earn over your lifetime? Do the math and see if you're happy with the result.
Often entrepreneurs think they need to completely disrupt an industry to land success. This couldn't be further from the truth.
If people are willing to open their wallets, that's invaluable information for investors.
In his new book Smart People Should Build Things, the founder of Venture of America Andrew Yang offers up advice on how aspiring entrepreneurs can begin getting their startup dream off the ground.
You need a strategy to get ahead in business. Knowing yourself and your 'enemies' is important.
Young entrepreneurs share what influences shape their businesses.
Often executives think its impressive to spew out jargon, technical words and high-level chatter. But often, people miss the point and the message.
When you make other people's problems your own, their happiness will be your success.
Making it easy for your employees to offer suggestions could lead to big improvements to your product and company.
Having a strong network of creative individuals and partners leads to a good foundation for your venture.