While there are many traits attributed to successful entrepreneurs, credibility is the one that stands out above the rest.
When meeting with a prospective client or employer, you need to be able to tell stories, relate and illustrate your success.
One of best ways to find new customers and clients is through your own network. Here's what you need to know about charging and paying finder's fees for referrals.
Of all the events out there, SXSW is the best for judging whether it is worth attending for your business.
Jumping head first into a startup may appear very promising and rewarding, but these triumphs do not come without great risk.
In business, some people who are kind get crushed but others come out ahead of the people who aren't very nice at all. Science has an explanation.
By itself, networking is ambiguous and inefficient, as the simple act of networking lacks a clear beginning and end goal.
Stone and co-founder Evan Williams teamed up because they resonated and trusted great things would follow.
Never mind the old-school cocktail party. Be a digital player: Join online professional groups. Or better yet start your own.
Heat up your cold calling by focusing on the companies that most need your product.
When managed correctly, the relationship with a key vendor is a powerful partnership you can work together to enhance.
A look at how playing to your strengths can help you leverage your relationships and take your ventures to new heights.
Asking for help
Asking a successful person you don't know for advice will often leave you without advice or the chance of building a relationship.
From being the face of your startup to not just focusing on the freemium model, six leaders share what it takes to make it.