Martin Zwilling

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Veteran startup mentor, executive, blogger, author, tech professional, and Angel investor.

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Can Start-Up Incubators Really Help You?

The news is filled with success stories from incubator-backed startups, but can these programs really help your startup? We weigh the positives and consider the negatives.

Conscious Capitalism: The End of Business as Usual?

For young entrepreneurs angling to make a difference, conscious capitalism may be for you. Here, we take a look at the concept and consider how to get started.

Fearless and Fulfilled: 7 Steps to Finding Business Success and Happiness

Success and fulfillment shouldn't be mutually exclusive. Here's how to set yourself up for both from the start.

10 Top Reasons Why First-Time Entrepreneurs Fail

You never want to make the same mistake twice, but isn't success sweeter when you don't make any? Here are some reasons why businesses fail and tips for how to avoid it.

7 Paybacks an Alma Mater Can Offer Young Entrepreneurs

Think university resources are only for students? Here are some ideas for how to best utilize your old school -- even when you're no longer on campus.

3 Tips for Overcoming Your First Failure

Many business owners fail. It's what you do with those lessons learned that counts.

5 Recession-Era Recovery Strategies for Young Entrepreneurs

The recession may be over, but the lessons learned from that dark period will be hard to forget.

A Good Mentor Will Tell It Like It Is

For many new businesses, finding the right advisor can make all the difference. Here are five qualities to seek in an ideal mentor.

Successful Startups Often Come With a High Price

Most entrepreneurs expect to face the "normal" challenges of starting a business, which include finding the right opportunity, building and executing a winning plan, and financing their

Five Smart Exit Strategies

When you're ready to hand over the reigns, here are your options.

How to Get Funding From Friends and Family

If your loved ones believe in you, investors probably will, too.

Wear Your Startup Failure as a Badge of Courage

Real entrepreneurs know that failure can be a milestone on the road to success, as long as they learn from the mistakes.