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Ask investors for more than you think you need, because you're probably optimistic, and spend slower than you planned, because you're a realist.
If you dont come clean, you might not come away with investors' money, the celebrity branding expert says.
Lets get down to the basics.
By registering your business name and logo with the United States Patent and Trademark office, you can legally protect your brand.
A grateful nation gives its warriors at least a bit of help making the transition from military life to launching their own businesses.
When you meet a potential partner your personalities may click and your goals may be identical, but to have a successful relationship, clarity is key.
Be nimble in your recruiting efforts even when the competition might have greater resources.
If you've never owned a retail business before, these tips will help choose the best location and type of building in which to situate your new business.
The data suggest that rising wealth depresses business formation.
Its certainly not a smooth path, its not the easy option. For some, it may never work out. But there are upsides to doing a startup.
Hiring Gen Y workers? Tap into their strengths.
Special event breaks down what new companies need to know for a successful launch.
A lot of money can be made if you effectively set up your website, but these errors will hurt your chances.
It can be tough to determine if you're really onto something. After conducting a gut check, seek the advice of others.
Snap judgments can spell disaster for individuals and businesses with the wrong names. Here's what to consider.
What athletes need to endure the brutal winnowing process on their way to the pros is just what it takes to launch and grow a business.
These game changers have the right skills, the right process and the right heart.
See the life of Apple's innovative, brilliant founder in a picture timeline.
Most entrepreneurs have lots of ideas but few of them are able to successfully execute that one idea that makes all the difference.
How does any entrepreneur know what ventures to pursue, and which ones are best left behind?
With traditional retailers merging and ecommerce startups growing quickly, this particular industry isn't getting much sleep these days.
According to estimates, the country is second to Silicon Valley for new companies. Here are three things that may be driving that.
New product and service concepts are stifled by the process of taking them to market. If you can prove a demand, however, the next steps become much less intimidating.
Twenty-five years years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the residents of former communist countries still tend to hold more negative views of entrepreneurship than their counterparts elsewhere.
Beyond running through the usual interview questions, pick up on these clues to find ideal candidates for the job.
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