Startup

9 Ways to Make Your Virtual Events Less Lame

I get it. 2020 was extremely long and an unprecedented year that will change the world forever. Now, we are moving along well in 2021 — but we are still dealing with the explosion of virtual events. The COVID-19 pandemic launched these virtual platforms into the stratosphere. Take Zoom, as an example, that reported a […] The post 9 Ways to Make Your Virtual Events Less Lame appeared first on Calendar.

John Hall

10 Questions to Ask Before Committing to a Business Partner

Having a partner could share the load ... or create added burden.

Lisa Girard

7 Life Lessons From My Entrepreneurship Journey

Starting a business is tough and challenging on all fronts. Here's some wisdom that may ease your load as you navigate new terrain.

John Rampton

Tell Your Startup's Story and Captivate Your Audience. Here's How.

All entrepreneurs have, or should have, an elevator pitch. That pitch is their market hook, their story. What's yours?

Anna Johansson

The 8 Levels of Successful Startups (Infographic)

The failure of a business does not depend on the idea. Know the characteristics that identify the new companies that survive.

The 5 Fundamentals for Growing Your Startup

There are some things you have to do well no matter what business you are trying to build.

Kelly Bolton

5 Must-Answer Questions to Succeed Targeting Your Customer Base

To be an effective marketer, you must know as much about your customer base as possible.

Mike Kappel

Do You Still Need a Business Card?

Canadian entrepreneurs need them, for sure. But what about everyone else? The answer is . . . probably not.

Kelly Lovell

Greentown Labs Gives Green Energy Startups the Green Light

This incubator helps green energy companies avoid going into the red.

Meet Color Genomics, the Startup That Wants to Make Genetic Testing Less Expensive

The Silicon Valley startup just raised $15 million in funding from PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, Yahoo's Jerry Yang and other high-profile investors.

Leena Rao