Launching a Business
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Start off your software company in the right direction and build a business that will draw clients to pay the bills.
The first year of a startup can be a brutal time for an entrepreneur. Here are a few lessons on how to survive the first 12 months.
Startups are trying to buck the fail trend by increasingly turning to the business underground for their competitive advantage, learning how to "break the rules" and position themselves for success.
Meticulous planning and plenty of hard work are the keys to crowdfunding the capital you need to launch.
Considering launching a business? Remember this: You can phase in pursuing your entrepreneurship bid while still keeping that day job.
While many people may jump on the stealth-mode bandwagon, often they are doing so for the wrong reason. Here are the two times when founders should consider stealth mode.
Nothing is more overrated than learning things the hard way.
Americans could learn a thing or two from this Asian business center if they want to attract people to create new enterprises.
Businesses take time to build, but there are a few tricks to snagging key clients quickly and getting your company off the ground immediately.
As people are trying to navigate away from the 'corporate jungle' towards the land of supposed 'entrepreneurial utopia,' a lot of misconceptions arise. Here are five big ones.
There's no secret sauce for making a new eatery profitable but careful planning surely helps.
Before you decide to jump the corporate ship, make sure you are really ready to start your own company.
Papa John's is a billion-dollar, international pizza franchise. But it wasn't always. It started in a broom closet with $1,600 worth of used restaurant equipment.
If you're ready to start your information marketing business, this one technique can help you get started immediately and begin growing your business.
Time is what you need to spend when your shoestring startup has no marketing budget. With patience and persistence, you will build the loyal audience you need to succeed.
New companies should provide an environment that the owners themselves would want to work at.
Because a founder can't possibly possess every skill, recruiting these individuals can help make your business hum.
If you ever need to explain the process of building a new product to your CEO, manager or investor, just look to space travel.
For the typical start up, the less splashy the launch the better the chances of quietly refining the product and finding the first customer.
Raj Peter Bhakta launched WhistlePig whiskey in the middle of a recession, and there were some cold, lonely nights where he felt alone in his mission. But he kept on.
Entrepreneur.com reached out to the honorees of National Small Business Week and asked these small-business leaders what inspires them day in and day out.
Due to entrepreneurs' lack of experience, many startups end up in failure. Here's how to avoid disaster.
Transitioning from startup to profitable business is painstaking and arduous. Many entrepreneurs have assumptions about the process that can make it endless.
Our expert says that when competing against major, established players, differentiating yourself is the key to success.
An advisory board can be essential to a startup's success. But it isn't always easy to get busy professionals to join you team. Here are five tips on getting them to say yes.
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