Startup Basics - Page: 9

The Best Entrepreneurs Are Dreamers Who Can Match Their Vision With Reality

It's your job to think big, but you need to fit your big ideas into the framework of a successful business.

Scott Oldford

The 10 Things You Must Do From Day One So Your Startup Thrives

Get the basics right and you'll be in good shape for the long run.

John Rampton

Here's What You Should Be Paying Your Team, Based on Where You Are

Recent data looks at the salaries of different roles across the country.

Nina Zipkin

The Founder of Squarespace Explains Why You Don't Want to Raise As Much Money as Possible

CEO Anthony Casalena says learning how to operate efficiently and not throw money after a problem as been a central component of his company's success.

Nina Zipkin

Being a Female Entrepreneur Can Be Incredibly Lonely. This Founder Is Changing That.

Kathleen Griffith, the founder behind Build Like a Woman, plans on forging connections and community with female entrepreneurs.

Nina Zipkin

5 Things to Research Before Working With a Startup

You've poured your heart and soul into building your company. Make sure any newcomer you bring into your business has done the same -- and has the processes in place to protect your investments.

James Parsons

#5 Things All First-Time Entrepreneurs Should Remember When They Start-up

Being responsive to market trends is more important when we start up because that allows us to tweak our model according to our market

Satyajit Roy

The Reason Your Business Isn't Successful Might Be That It Isn't Actually a Business

If you're just going from gig to gig to gig, it can be hard to gain traction.

C-Suite TV

Entrepreneurs, You Are Not Entitled To Anything

Listen up, 'treps: you are never going to gifted anything on a silver platter; you're going to have to work hard for everything you want or dream about.

What Can a Startup Learn from a Sportsman?

A good sportsman is better equipped to face real-life complications and the values of sportsmanship can definitely be adapted by budding entrepreneurs in rearing a start-up