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When presenting to investors you will either nail it or put people to sleep. Here is what to know about making your presentation a success. .
Barley is a website-management program that allows entrepreneurs to undertake on-screen editing of their sites almost as easily as making changes to a Word doc.
Whether you're selling a new app, a service or a waterbed for cows -- there are fundamental steps you can take to make your brand its best. Here are three.
Starting and growing a business can be an emotional roller coaster. But when profits aren't generating, how do you know when it's time to throw in the towel?
Not every great product ideas is meant for Kickstarter. Here are five qualities a stellar crowdfunding product should have.
Coming up with a great product idea doesn't necessarily mean you need to launch a business around it. Here are three things you need to know before taking that leap.
As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Kauffman Foundation released a report today on how cities can encourage cultural entrepreneurs.
Starting a new business is an emotional roller coaster. That's why it helps to make a living out of what you love. Here's how to get there.
Entrepreneurs tend to over-promise when pitching their startup at the earliest stages, investors say.
For our series College Treps, Eric Muli opens up about why having an amazing team is a must for any entrepreneur wanting to scale their startup.
Young entrepreneurs have the challenge of raising funds on little to no credit history. Here's how to overcome this obstacle.
With global events, a rising middle class and major investment opportunities, all eyes are on Brazil.
As the sixth annual Global Entrepreneurship Week kicks off, the community of entrepreneurs and mentors across the globe is surging.
Leaving a stable job to pursue your startup full-time takes courage. Here's why you should take the leap.
It can be hard to start a new when you already have one startup failure under your belt. But overcoming the fear of failure is your first step to success. Here's how.
Say goodbye to the cupcake and the Cronut-- hospitality consultant Andrew Freeman predicts six fresh trends for the restaurant industry in 2014.
As the fast-growing photo sharing app gains momentum, a self-proclaimed third founder argues he rightfully owns one-third of the company.
Twitter is the poster child for entrepreneurial determination and free-market opportunities. Believe that hype.
Writing a business plan isn't for everyone. Here are ten strategies you might be better off trying first.
Of all the surveys conducted, the Kauffman/LegalZoom Startup Confidence Index is taking the prize for the most obvious.
Ido Leffler, co-founder of Yes To Inc., has accomplished a lot in the last seven years, and he's learned that good things come to those who wait.
You may have been "with the band" in college, but these days, you're probably more interested in being "with the brand." Check out our weekly series on branding across the country.
Getting an app off the ground isn't easy. Here are five steps to help make your first hundred days more manageable.
Danae Ringelmann decided that she had to democratize the way that money gets distributed. Everything else hinges off her commitment to solve that one problem.
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