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Starting a Business

Starting a Business

3 Ways Doing Your Day Job Well Helps Launch Your Dream Business

Handling your 9-to-5 like a champ will improve the success rate of your startup.
Startup Advice

Going Up? 5 Steps to Your Perfect Elevator Pitch.

An elevator speech is a powerful tool that allows you to quickly spark interest in your business.
Business Moving Forward

5 Steps to Building a 6-Figure Consultancy

Stop trading your time for money, and start trading value for money.
Freelancers

Freelancer's Guide to Getting Paid Online

Sometimes one of the most difficult tasks of freelancing is getting clients to pay. Here's how to avoid any issues.
Funding

10 Things You Must Do Before Connecting With Investors

There are no shortcuts to building a solid network of engaged investors.
Starting a Business

The Equipment You Must Have for Your New Restaurant

Get the skinny on the equipment you're going to need to run your restaurant properly.
Startup Funding

How This Entrepreneur Grew Her Online Business While Working Full Time

Find out how this entrepreneur started, runs and self-funds her e-business, all while (still!) working a full-time job
Starting a Business

How Kimra Luna Built Her Multi-Million-Dollar Business

She went from desperate to dominating her industry in less than three years.
Starting a Business

The Important Entrepreneurship Lesson From Jessica Alba and Sarah Michelle Gellar

Both women had careers as actors, but they were inspired to start businesses based on personal needs.
Inspiring Your Team

3 Leadership Truths Learned Leading 3 Businesses

A boss tells people what to do. A leader inspires them to do it.
Starting a Business

The Surprising App That Worries 'Mad Money's' Jim Cramer

The host of the CNBC show, who owns two small businesses, shared his top tips Saturday during the American Made Summit.
Minority-Owned Businesses

5 Organizations Helping Minority Startup Founders Succeed

Several organizations have emerged as leaders in the effort to help minority entrepreneurs in the United States.