Eyal Lifshitz

Eyal Lifshitz

Guest Writer
Founder and CEO of BlueVine

About Eyal Lifshitz

Eyal Lifshitz is the founder and CEO of BlueVine in Redwood City, Calif. As a third generation small-business entrepreneur, he is passionate about helping small businesses grow. Before BlueVine, Eyal was a principal at Greylock.

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How to Trust Your Gut to Make the Right Business Decision

Much of decision-making is grounded in historical data, but there's something just as important to consider when making decisions: your instincts.
Leadership

Taking Coronavirus Uncertainty Head-On: A Small-Business Owner's Guide

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Success

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Use setbacks as learning tools to achieve success in 2020.
Starting a Business

How to Identify Your Perfect Co-Founder Match

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Finance

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Product Launch

Your First Product Is a Success. Is It Time to Roll Out a Second?

Before committing to a new launch, prepare a thorough process, one that includes all the lessons you learned first time around.
Finance

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When it happens, be ready for a painful and significant slowdown in small business financing.
Office Tech

A Remarkably Large Portion of Businesses Are Still Reluctant to Embrace Cloud Computing

Even the smallest businesses can benefit from readily available technology, so why won't they use it?
business cycles

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The financial crisis of 2007-2009 can tell the prescient business owner how to prepare for any downturn that may be on the horizon.
Entrepreneurship

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Is entrepreneurship caused by nature or nurture? Not that it makes much difference once the bug bites.
Raising Capital

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An investor-turned-entrepreneur describes the view from the other side of the table.
Inspiration

My Grandmother Survived the Holocaust. Her Quiet, Gentle Strength Inspired My Entrepreneurial Journey.

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FinTech

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Investors demand accelerated growth but the faster you grow, the smaller your margin for error.
Leadership

Confidence, Humility and the Effective CEO.

Confidence enables you to act when things are uncertain. Humility enables you to correct when you've made the wrong move.