News and Articles About Starting Up
We interview the CEO of a mobile gaming startup that helps urbanites get to know their cities better.
Picked the wrong major? Young entrepreneurs like Austin Hackett of CrowdHall and Julie Sygiel of Underbrella are finding success outside their college degrees.
University of Oregon grad Abraham Choe wanted more university-branded goods. So he launched a business to make it happen.
You never want to make the same mistake twice, but isn't success sweeter when you don't make any? Here are some reasons why businesses fail and tips for how to avoid it.
Young entrepreneurs like Austin Hackett of CrowdHall and Julie Sygiel of Underbrella are finding success outside their college degrees.
Serial entrepreneur J.R. Johnson launched his first company 12 years ago at age 28. Here's what he wishes he knew then.
Everyone knows starting up isn't easy. But before you feel sorry for yourself, think about what it was like when your grandparents or parents were your age.
See how these young treps turned a winning Kickstarter campaign into a thriving business in just a few months.
Tech giants aren't just looking for talent, they're buying it. See what the transition has been like for start-up founders.
Think university resources are only for students? Here are some ideas for how to best utilize your old school -- even when you're no longer on campus.
One of Shark Tank's first entrepreneurs, Tiffany Krumins, talks about dealing with cancer, giving up half of her equity, and the challenges of getting her product made in the U.S.
To truly learn the ins and outs of launching a business, some suggest working at a startup is all you need.
Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga discusses how he managed to start up quickly and efficiently.
There are several ways to get your app published on iTunes, here's what you need to know.
A summer program in Harlem is teaching students what it takes to launch and grow a successful eatery.
The NY Tech Meetup chairman offers his thoughts on the future of social media and helpful resources for starting up today.
Student entrepreneur Franco Capurro launched his startup from a crammed, two-bed dorm room in China.
See how the youth-oriented financial services company aims to cultivate more than one million young entrepreneurs.
See how these young treps turned a winning Kickstarter campaign into a thriving business in just a few months. Photo credit: Adrian Cabrero, courtesy of ENK International
For would-be entrepreneurs, freelancing can serve as a crucial first toe in the water.
To become an entrepreneur, it might behoove you to study something different. Here's more about some of the alternative courses and programs picking up steam among aspiring entrepreneurs.
There is always a reason why it's the right time to start your own business.
When coming up with a name for your startup, don't consider it lightly. But do consider these business-name trends.
When student entrepreneur Nina Foroutan was tight on cash she employed her classmates as product testers.
After a recent blog post detailing the vagaries of life at startups hit the web, we asked young treps to share their own experiences as start-up employees.