Young Entrepreneurs

Students Funding Students: A Look at Campus-Based Investment Funds
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Students Funding Students: A Look at Campus-Based Investment Funds

In the race to find the next young entrepreneurial dynamo, VC firms are increasingly putting students in control of the selection process.
Susan Johnston
At Startup Accelerators, Expect the Unexpected
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At Startup Accelerators, Expect the Unexpected

Accelerators may be all the rage today, but college trep AJ Agrawal offers to demystify some key details of the process.
Aj Agrawal
Why Starting Small Can Mean Big Business for Your Career
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Why Starting Small Can Mean Big Business for Your Career

Working at a startup used to be risky for career-minded young people. It's now gaining ground as the first stop on the road to gainful employment.
Neil Parmar
Managing Millennials: More Magic Than Myth
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Managing Millennials: More Magic Than Myth

Working with and managing millennials isn't something to fear. The energetic and tech-savvy bunch is the future, and here's how to deal with them.
Scott Abel
5 Industries Ripe for Young Entrepreneurs to Disrupt
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5 Industries Ripe for Young Entrepreneurs to Disrupt

Looking for your next business idea? Check out these five fields oozing with potential.
Adam Toren
AlleyNYC Founder on Running a Co-Working Space and Getting into One
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AlleyNYC Founder on Running a Co-Working Space and Getting into One

To find out how to catch the eye of the hottest co-working spaces, we chatted with Jason Saltzman of AlleyNYC.
Andrea Huspeni
How One Young Entrepreneur Built a Credit Card Processing Empire at 16
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How One Young Entrepreneur Built a Credit Card Processing Empire at 16

You know what they say about one man's trash? It's another man's goldmine. Here's the story of how Harbortouch's Jared Isaacman saw an opportunity and grabbed.
Dinah Wisenberg Brin
Why Pricing Should Be Your First Focus, Not Your Last
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Why Pricing Should Be Your First Focus, Not Your Last

Entrepreneur Stephan Aarstol explains why pricing is the most important factor in launching your product or service.
Stephan Aarstol
6 Signs You're Ready to Declare Your Entrepreneurial Independence
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6 Signs You're Ready to Declare Your Entrepreneurial Independence

Think you are ready for startup land? Here are six signs you are ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship.
Adam Toren
Welcome to the Real World, Now What?
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Welcome to the Real World, Now What?

Now that school is over and you're entering the workforce -- and possibly starting up -- you may find the new journey jarring. Here are four ways to ease the transition.
Blaine Vess
How to Stay Focused When the Summer Heat Saps Your Stamina and Your Startup
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How to Stay Focused When the Summer Heat Saps Your Stamina and Your Startup

The summer is notoriously slow for certain businesses -- people are on vacation, summer hours kick in, sales slow down. Here's how to keep your vision laser focused on your startup.
Lambeth Hochwald
Want to Land Key Mentors for Your Startup? Give Them Something of Value
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Want to Land Key Mentors for Your Startup? Give Them Something of Value

Being able to bounce ideas off of mentors will be vital for your business, but how do you find these key people? Here are three tips.
Dwight Peters
Start-Up Chile and Why Many Americans are Itching to Enter This Early-Stage Accelerator
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Start-Up Chile and Why Many Americans are Itching to Enter This Early-Stage Accelerator

With an attractive amount of capital, along with international connections, U.S. founders are turning to Chile to launch their ventures.
Andrea Huspeni
This Startup Wants to Revolutionize Search, One Data Set at a Time
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This Startup Wants to Revolutionize Search, One Data Set at a Time

NYC's Enigma is looking to make public-data sets more accessible to users through its search platform. And it's taking off like wildfire.
Andrea Huspeni