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6 Lessons Learned From Raising $2 Million

Fundraising is a full time job, and so is running your company. It's a lot to figure out.

Steve Eakin

· 6 min read

Third-Party Validation Is Your Secret Weapon to Closing the Deal

Validation by third-party experts can enhance a new product/service's reputation and credibility.

Adam Aronson

· 3 min read

Want Success? All You Have to Do Is Dream -- and Organize, Validate and Execute.

Use the D.O.V.E technique, and watch your great idea transform into a viable business for the long term.

Ken Dunn

· 10 min read

How to Grow From Great Idea to Profitable Business in 3 Steps

Success doesn't require perfection or genius. A good idea and a lot of hard work executing the basics is usually enough.

Firas Kittaneh

· 4 min read

20 Questions You Can Ask to Validate Your Startup Idea

Before you commit significant time, money or other resources to launch, take this test.

Sujan Patel

· 6 min read

Use Kickstarter to Validate Your Million-Dollar Idea

Crowdfunding platforms can be about more than selling concrete commodities.

Meiko Patton

· 5 min read

How Entrepreneurs Can Benefit From Frugal Experiments

Startups can snatch success from the jaws of failure by doing research on a shoestring.

Peter S. Cohan

· 4 min read

How to Stop Sabotaging Success

Three experienced entrepreneurs provide advice on what they did to ensure they wouldn't fail at their endeavor.

Ritika Puri

· 5 min read

When Your Big Business Idea Stalls, Ask These 3 Questions

It can be tough to determine if you're really onto something. After conducting a gut check, seek the advice of others.

Peter Gasca

· 4 min read

Validate Your Business Idea -- Quickly -- With These 5 Steps

New product and service concepts are stifled by the process of taking them to market. If you can prove a demand, however, the next steps become much less intimidating.

Peter Gasca

· 5 min read

9 Entrepreneurs Reveal How They Validated Their Business Idea

The author of a new book tells how several inventive types tested their product's premise. A catchy concept won't score profits for a startup if no one wants the device.

Anand Srinivasan

· 7 min read