News and Articles About Startup Basics
If you can launch a product with limited funds, investors will take you seriously. Follow this advice to up your chances.
Naive optimism fuels the dream of building your own company but when you launch, it is time to get real.
The experiences of prisoners serve as an extreme, stark example of those of startup founders.
Be up front with customers about what you do and how much it will cost, and consider romantic relationships with co-workers very carefully.
The risks may be high, but the rewards can be splendid, both monetary and intangible.
An Israeli entrepreneur who helped Imperva go public has launched his own company, tapping a multinational talent base
People who start companies are passionate, energetic and unafraid of risk. Sometimes, thats a recipe for disaster.
The billionaire entrepreneurs basic rules to get a business off to a strong start.
When starting up, it's OK if you don't know what you're doing some of the time. Here's why you should always keep an open mind and keep learning.
Don't spend so much time preparing for love, or launching a business, dive in and gain the experience.
Three tips for accomplishing one of the most important and difficult parts of launching a business.
Mitchell Kertzman gives his pointers about hiring talent and managing expenses for new business success.
Lessons come from everywhere -- even that kid selling ice cream from a boat.
Eventually, a competitor will come and beat you at your own game. Provide your own internal disruptions to stay relevant.
Harnessing the advice and networks of people you trust has big benefits and won't cost that much.
It's a jarring change from living on a paycheck to living on a dream. If you aren't willing think differently, better to keep your day job.
An entrepreneurial type reads the signals and suddenly realizes it's time to make the leap and ready a launch.
Combine good values and good sense with a good idea, add a lot of work, you'll succeed.
If you aren't afraid to fail, quit your day job, hire people smarter than yourself or work very hard, you can succeed.
The intriguing flexibility of the skilled yogi relies on a powerful core. Your business also needs both to thrive.
CardioInsight found a way to 3D map the heart's electrical activity, but it took a village of funding resources to get there.
Swedish entrepreneur Fredrik van Huynh shares what every entrepreneur should live by to succeed in a relentless business world.
How One Idea Went From the Research Lab to the Marketplace -- Raising More than $6 Million in the Process
Researchers can monetize their innovations if they keep this entrepreneur's lessons learned in mind.
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.