Based out of Duke University, the Startup Lab wants companies to consider customer behavior in the design and the features of their products.
The Michigan-based launchpad offers a three-year program that lets farmers work in their own space while learning from others.
The C21 Accelerator in California works proactively with companies that promote active lifestyles.
From art and music to food and weed, these hatcheries are giving startups in niche industries room to grow.
The Motor City isn't waiting for a savior to move to town. It's banking on the energy of the people who call it home.
Starting a Business
Food trucks aren't a new concept, but mine was boosted by the new-era concept of an incubator program.
The Light Phone is a credit-card sized phone that does basically nothing.
Rockethub, incubated at AlleyNYC, sold for $15 million. Coworking was a big part of its success.
Techstars just held its Winter 2015 NYC Demo Day, and the companies presenting were all amazing.
No matter how great the concept, you need real-world feedback to see if your startup will fly. Here's how to get it.
Android co-founder's new effort raises money.
Foreign programs are funding a new breed of expats.
Before the SXSW panel Against All Odds: Overcoming Startup Challenges, panelists share a few insights on the benefits and limitations of new, innovative fundraising models, as well as how to survive in a heavily regulated industry.
Use this foolproof plan when looking for your business's ideal match.
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