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Most investors have probably been in the game for longer than you’ve been alive, but that’s not to say you can’t impress them. With that said, here are five mistakes you should avoid making when pitching startup ideas to investors.
Shen Han Lee says business startup founders are better off if they know a little something about programming.
Finding ways to make money as you establish yourself can prove invaluable on the road to success. Joe Levi, founder of Student Money Saver shares 5 simple ways to help you on your way.
Just keep in mind that whichever field you choose, you’ll have a bright future with countless opportunities and possibilities ahead.
Figuring how if your company can be successfully bootstrapped involves a combination of being in the right place at the right time, solving a problem for a significant amount of people, and by having a company culture of learning by doing and taking small yet constant steps forward, says Aytekin Tank, founder & CEO of JotForm.
Margaret Curlew, Ph.D., is a specialist in income generation and wealth-building. She mentors individuals in their pursuit of financial independence. Her new book is "Mom To Millionaire: Finding the Path to Financial Peace". She shares her insights on achieving financial success.
Starting a business can be an exciting prospect. For many people, it might be their lifelong dream. Here are six important steps you will need to consider when starting a business.
Social enterprises solve a social challenge by using the power of the market. This mission should be considered when developing a business plan, planning to raise capital and implementing a strategy. Social entrepreneurs need to know what is at the heart of what they are trying to achieve.
Setting up an office for your startup? Consider these few factors.
Danielle Herman, consultant at The GAP Partnership shares some tips to help you successfully persuade a potential employer into offering a higher salary.
Startup businesses need to commit to finding the right investors who share their goals and values. Jenny Kassan, author of "Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business without Selling Your Soul" shares 7 time-tested ways to find investors that are right for you.
Melvin Wong, founder of Kodorra shares four of the best websites to apply for startup acceleration and incubation programs globally.
"I am keen in starting a business in fashion clothes which caters to young teens and adults. However, I would like to rent a...
I love it when entrepreneurs start a pitch with a "Big Vision" and end it with their how their idea will achieve “World Domination.” However, equally important is the ability for entrepreneurs to break down that path to world domination into realistic milestones that line up with funding rounds, says John Vrionis of Lightspeed Venture Partners.
by Gadiel Morantes, chief revenue officer at Early Growth Financial Services A Jenga tower is a precariously built one. Just as likely to crumble from the pulling of...
Most newbie entrepreneurs think that productivity and efficiency are the same. They are not, actually. Being productive allows employees to get more things done in a specified time period. Being efficient means employees can perform a given task in less time.
Here's an infographic from the folks at Degreelibrary.org that outlines the reasons why college founders have an edge, and also the various steps - in the form of a flowchart - enterprising young students can take when looking to found a startup in school.
There are ways you can reduce the difficulties of starting a new company. Here are some of them.
There are plenty of things you can and should do before starting your Limited Liability Company (LLC) - Dustin Ray of Incfile recommends three big ones to keep in mind.
Though you’ve likely heard of other businesses who’ve grown with the help of private investors, the trick is often identifying who are these people are — and what they consider worthy of their capital investment. Kristen Gramigna, Chief Marketing Officer for BluePay, shares some thoughts.
Scaling your business? Tristan Wright highlights five questions a small business owner needs to ask as part of the scaling planning process.