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It can be tough to determine if you're really onto something. After conducting a gut check, seek the advice of others.
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.
Have a great idea but very little money? Dont let that stop you! Those that want it bad enough will make it.
You don't want to start a business that may not survive. Do your homework, validate your idea and make sure you have a real market for it.
For entrepreneurs looking to dive into the startup world, turn to social media for brainstorming new venture concepts.
When this woman's dog won a photo contest, she had a revelation -- that turned into a multi-million dollar business.
In his new book Smart People Should Build Things, the founder of Venture of America Andrew Yang offers up advice on how aspiring entrepreneurs can begin getting their startup dream off the ground.
Anyone can have a million-dollar idea. But turning your dream into a living and breathing startup, takes work. Here are 10 tips to get you started.
A countdown of which specific jobs are expected to grow over the next decade.
You may think you know what tough is, but these three vets can tell you a few stories.
Entrepreneurship consultant Sarah Green offers some perspective on starting up in the developing world, by way of Nigeria.
Though popularized by giant web companies Amazon and Netflix, startups are increasingly getting into the algorithm game -- hoping the practice not only cements life-long customers but also added sales.
While the holidays are prime time for most U.S. businesses, back to school is this startup's sweet spot.
In the sharing economy, customers are your sellers, buyers and inventory. While efficient, the model may attract unwanted questions from regulators, as many startups are beginning to learn firsthand.
Co-founder of SkyMall Inc. and Worthworm Alan Lobock provides insight into narrowing down business ideas and execution.
The Bangladesh garment-factory collapse has only increased consumers' interest in shopping ethically. See how retailers -- large and small -- are responding.
Increasingly enthusiasts are keeping up with the sport with the plentiful online Fantasy Sports Leagues. Here, one fantasy league founder gives us the low-down on his vibrant business.
If young people today are supposed to want to change the world, consider turning your attention to education. Here's how you can make a real and lasting impact.
The web series 'Drunk History' just made its TV debut on Comedy Central this week. Derek Waters, the show's creator, offers some tips for brainstorming and taking risks.
Looking for your next business idea? Check out these five fields oozing with potential.
The questions entrepreneurs ask themselves before launching are often just as pivotal as the idea itself. Here's a look at how one young trep made those tough choices.
For Nikhil Arora and Back to the Roots' co-founder, entrepreneurship just kind of happened. Here, the young entrepreneur opens up to YE's Antonio Neves on what the ride has been like so far.
Sam Slover co-founded the online learning site, LearnItLive.com to help fill the education void in many parts of the world. See how that idea has taken off.
Between co-founding Squidoo with Seth Godin, and more recently launching Pack, a social networking site for dog owners, Megan Casey is well-versed in the art of social media. She opens up to YEs Antonio Neves about where she thinks the industry is going and why.
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