News and Articles About The Grind
For any entrepreneur, identifying and hiring your first non-founding employees is one of the most important decisions youll ever make.
While waiting for something to get complete can feel like an eternity, it is important to make the most of that time.
While entrepreneurship can be challenging, it can also be extremely rewarding. For our series The Grind, a founder discusses why he is happy he chose to launch a startup and why he'd do it all over again.
One entrepreneur explains how she was able to get the perfect URL for her startup and what lessons she learned along the way.
Like most things, practicing mindfulness takes dedication. But if leaders remain persistent, they will reap all the benefits of this practice.
Entrepreneurs' work schedules tend to go far beyond the standard 40-hour workweek, causing many to forgo catching some z's for more hours working on their startup. Here is how to survive this crazy lifestyle.
Not all accelerator programs are created equal. Follow this list of do's and dont's to make sure you find the right one for your company.
Startups are notorious for having long hours, a lot of bumps in the road and many projects occurring simultaneously. When times get tough and your team is down, here are seven ways to keep them motivated.
While larger companies can afford lost products during production runs, startups can't. Here are a few tips on ensuring your supply chain is as efficient as possible.
When getting a startup off the ground, entrepreneurs have to rely on others. Here is how to overcome the challenges of depending on external partners.
Building your own brand can do wonders for your business. Here are three quick tips to get your started.
For a close-knit team it is imperative everyone is on the page. If not, your startup could go into a tailspin.
The founder of skincare line S.W. Basics discusses how she has to sacrifice clients in order to gain others and how to deal with it.
There are times when entrepreneurs need to uproot their companies and move to a new country. One of the most challenging aspects is preparing your team. Here are a few pointers.
Getting customers to notice your startup in a sea of competitors can be tough. Using the roll-up strategy, entrepreneurs are able to acquire new customers -- quickly.
Finding manufactures is a daunting task, particularly when dealing with factories overseas. Here are a few tips on making it easier.
During pitch competitions, entrepreneurs must go head to head with other ambitious founders to try and win a piece of the funding pie. To prepare for these competitions, entrepreneurs should concentrate on these three questions.
Hint: Its not because I ran out of money.
When starting a business, often it is just you running the show. Shifting from a 'solo entrepreneur' to a founder with a team can be challenging. Here are a few tips to make the process easier.
After skincare line S.W. Basics met with Target, the founder got a mixed receptions: some people cheered and others were scared for her business. Here is how she dealt with it.
With many entrepreneurs stating their major concern is capital, getting outside funding can be imperative to a startup's success. Here are a few tips on getting your first round.
For our series The Grind, young entrepreneur Jason Lucash opens up about hitting the 30-year-old milestone and what advice he has for aspiring entrepreneurs.
If done correctly, pitching to clients, investors and partners can open doors for a startup, helping a company catapult to the next level. If done incorrectly, disaster can ensue.
Forming a board of directors is no easy feat. So don't waste this precious resource, milk it for all its worth.