Catherine Clifford

Catherine Clifford

Frequently covers crowdfunding, the sharing economy and social entrepreneurship.

Catherine Clifford is a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, she was the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Catherine attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. Email her at CClifford@entrepreneur.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.

London Cabbies Crowdfund to Fight Uber
Uber

London Cabbies Crowdfund to Fight Uber

Traditional taxi drivers say they are unable to compete on a level playing field with the ridesharing giant.
New Feature Enables Etsy Sellers to Shoot and Edit Product Videos From Smartphones
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New Feature Enables Etsy Sellers to Shoot and Edit Product Videos From Smartphones

Called Shop Videos, the new editing program within the Sell on Etsy mobile app aims to help 1.5 million sellers on the crafty ecommerce platform tell their stories visually.
Less Than a Third of Crowdfunding Campaigns Reach Their Goals
Crowdfunding

Less Than a Third of Crowdfunding Campaigns Reach Their Goals

But one platform sees much higher rates of success than the others, according to a new report.
Don't Let Wins and Losses Get to Your Head
Jeremy Bloom

Don't Let Wins and Losses Get to Your Head

Olympic skier and NFL football player-turned-entrepreneur Jeremy Bloom shares what habits have helped him in both chapters of his career.
3 Ways to Inspire Your Team's Best Work
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3 Ways to Inspire Your Team's Best Work

Your words and actions can profoundly impact your team's work. Learn how.
Attention Anxious Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Find a Business Partner
Daniel Lubetzky

Attention Anxious Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Find a Business Partner

Not everyone should start a business alone, says Daniel Lubetzky, the founder of KIND Snacks.
Uber's Fight to Win China
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Uber's Fight to Win China

This quick news recap will keep you "in the know" this weekend.
62 Percent of American Billionaires Are Self-Made
Radicals & Visionaries

62 Percent of American Billionaires Are Self-Made

A new report from Wealth-X and WSJ Custom Studios also reveals what many billionaires spend their money on.
To Pull Through Dark Days, Understand What Drives You
Daniel Lubetzky

To Pull Through Dark Days, Understand What Drives You

Daniel Lubetzky, the founder of KIND bars, makes the case for asking yourself the important questions.
How This Company Is Making Millions in an Ultra Crowded Market
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How This Company Is Making Millions in an Ultra Crowded Market

The founder of supplements company Onnit explains what he does to differentiate himself from the competition.
How to Come Up With a Creative Idea in 3 Simple Steps
Daniel Lubetzky

How to Come Up With a Creative Idea in 3 Simple Steps

Daniel Lubetzky, the founder of KIND Healthy Snacks, breaks down his process for staying innovative.
Your Future iPhone Might Know How You Are Feeling
Apple

Your Future iPhone Might Know How You Are Feeling

Apple just bought Emotient, a San Diego-based artificial intelligence startup.
How These Entrepreneurs Found Success in an Industry They Knew Nothing About
Ready To Launch

How These Entrepreneurs Found Success in an Industry They Knew Nothing About

When launching their shoe startup BucketFeet, Raaja Nemani and Aaron Firestein had a great idea but no previous experience in manufacturing or inventory management.
The Sharing Economy Is More than a Buzzword. It's Changing How We Live.
Sharing Economy

The Sharing Economy Is More than a Buzzword. It's Changing How We Live.

One in five adults have worked in the sharing economy, while two in five have used it, according to new report.
How to Win Celebrity Endorsements. (Hint: It's Not About the Money.)
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How to Win Celebrity Endorsements. (Hint: It's Not About the Money.)

Aubrey Marcus, founder and CEO of cognitive supplements company Onnit, has an enviable roster of celebrity endorsements.