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Biggest Mistakes: What Artsicle Learned from Its First Hire

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When co-founders Scott Carleton and Alex Tryon of the art-rental and purchase platform needed help around the office, they soon learned that preparation and clarity are key in hiring employees.
March 4, 2013 in Grow Your Business
	How to Turn Your Youth into Your Ultimate Asset

How to Turn Your Youth into Your Ultimate Asset

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As a young entrepreneur, wisdom and experience may not be your forte but energy and enthusiasm can offer a keen tradeoff. Here's how to use youth most effectively.
March 4, 2013 in Starting a Business
	The Danger of Discounts and How to Avoid Them

The Danger of Discounts and How to Avoid Them

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In starting up, tech talent can be hard to find. But what about a grade-A sales force? Consider these words of caution.
March 3, 2013 in Pricing
BY | March 2, 2013 in Work/Life Balance
	Working Too Much or Too Little? 3 Tips for Finding Balance
If working 16-hour days isn't proving sustainable, consider these tips for striking a balance.
	Web Startup Will Find the Best Parking Spot

Web Startup Will Find the Best Parking Spot

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Ben Sann was a junior in high school when he came up with an idea for a website that would post the rates of parking garages all over New York. BestParking.com has now grown to include six cities.
March 2, 2013 in Business Ideas
	Top 10 Inspirational Entrepreneurship Quotes

Top 10 Inspirational Entrepreneurship Quotes

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Amid the rigors of launching a business, feeling drained or tapped out can happen to the best of us. Here are a few inspiring lines, sure to drive a spark through any crummy day.
March 1, 2013 in The 'Treps
	Unreasonable at Sea: An Update From Cesar Harada of Protei

Unreasonable at Sea: An Update From Cesar Harada of Protei

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It's been six weeks since the traveling treps of Unreasonable at Sea set sail. We check in with one young entrepreneur about his progress so far.
February 28, 2013 in Business Ideas

How Informational Meetings Can Expand Your Network and Influence

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Want to network and bone up on the industry you’re hoping to launch into? Business coach Antonio Neves offers some tips for how to master the art of informational meetings.
February 28, 2013 in Starting a Business

How a Stolen North Face Jacket Sparked a New Business Idea

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Inspired by chaotic coat-checking systems at bars, this young trep built a startup that landed the attention of Shark Tank and Mark Cuban. See how he made it happen.
February 28, 2013 in Young Entrepreneurs

How a Stolen North Face Jacket Sparked a New Business Idea

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Inspired by chaotic coat-checking systems at bars, this young trep built a startup that landed the attention of Shark Tank and Mark Cuban. See how he made it happen.
February 28, 2013 in Young Entrepreneurs
	How to Have a Social Life as a Young Trep

How to Have a Social Life as a Young Trep

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With a busy startup schedule, it can be hard to devote any time to forging new relationships or even keeping old ones. Here's how to make time for the ones you love -- and yourself.
February 27, 2013 in Work/Life Balance

6 Tips for Crafting a Killer Business Name

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Social entrepreneur and educator Steve Mariotti on why naming your business is one of the most important decisions you’ll make.
February 27, 2013 in Starting a Business
BY | February 26, 2013 in Business Ideas
	The Future of the Subscription Economy
Last year may have given rise to a surge in startup-subscription services, but will larger competitors joining in this year spoil the mood?

Want to Start Up? Get a Job First

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Student entrepreneur Brian Ballan on the importance of gaining industry experience before launching your own business.
February 26, 2013 in Young Entrepreneurs

Biggest Mistakes: Skillshare on Knowing Your Strengths -- And Weaknesses

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When the education-sharing platform began hiring employees, making benefits decisions soon became a priority. But co-founder Michael Karnjanaprakorn now says he should have left that task up to a professional.
February 25, 2013 in Business Management
	Lessons in Leadership From the Latest D.C. Debacle

Lessons in Leadership From the Latest D.C. Debacle

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Of course, getting Congress to move in lockstep with the White House is obviously a challenge. But the latest impasse could offer some lessons for entrepreneurs in similar predicaments.
February 25, 2013 in Leadership
	How One Young Trep Landed Venture Funding After Getting Booted from Y Combinator

How One Young Trep Landed Venture Funding After Getting Booted from Y Combinator

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In starting up, sometimes the best experiences can come from the worst ones.
February 24, 2013 in Startup Financing
	The Next Big Thing in Crowdfunding: In-Person Events

The Next Big Thing in Crowdfunding: In-Person Events

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When it comes to landing funding, a smile and a handshake still go a long way. Check out the latest wave in crowdfunding.
February 22, 2013 in Startup Financing

Lessons in Traditional PR...From a 14-Year-Old Philanthropist

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How local and national publicity helped Julien Leitner, the 14-year-old founder of the Archimedes Alliance, spark change and move the world, $2 at a time.
February 21, 2013 in Marketing

Is Your Brain in Overdrive? 3 Tips for Finding Focus

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Just as your computer can crash when you have too many programs open at once, multitasking too much can crush your ability to focus. Business coach Antonio Neves offers some tips for finding focus.
February 21, 2013 in How To Start a Business
	Angels in America: A Look at Angel Investment Growth Across the U.S. (Infographic)

Angels in America: A Look at Angel Investment Growth Across the U.S. (Infographic)

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When it comes to raising financing, angel investors are increasingly spending with startups. Here's a snapshot of the angel-investor landscape.
February 21, 2013 in Financing
	Where the Founders of Young Startups Find Inspiration

Where the Founders of Young Startups Find Inspiration

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From Quirky's Ben Kaufman to Aaron Levie of Box, here's what inspires some of the hottest startups around.
February 21, 2013 in Young Entrepreneurs
	Why Over-Optimism Can Crush Your Company

Why Over-Optimism Can Crush Your Company

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While painting your startup in the best light can generate attention from the media and investors. Just be careful to not to start also believing the hype.
February 20, 2013 in Leadership

Save or Pay Off Debt? How to Weigh Your Options

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Social entrepreneur and educator Steve Mariotti on the importance of a thorough analysis when it comes to your startup’s finances.
February 20, 2013 in Startup Basics
	The Young Founder Behind a $100 Million Luxury Travel Business

The Young Founder Behind a $100 Million Luxury Travel Business

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How 31-year-old Joe Poulin bootstrapped Luxury Retreats, the villa-rental company he founded as a teenager.
February 20, 2013 in Profiles
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