Starting from scratch can be both exciting and frightening for entrepreneurs. This is true whether you're a first-time entrepreneur or you've recently quit your job to start up a new company. Right now
Hiral Sanghavi has killed it with crowdfunding. He’s raised more than $11.5 million for a travel jacket that has all sorts of nifty features including an inflatable neck pillow and a koozie drink pocket.
There are a variety of techniques for meditating. Approach learning mediation like you would learning anything new. Take a course or a class-online or in person. Find a technique that will work for you
"There are no bad teams, only bad leaders." --Jocko Willink Leadership is what determines how successful you and those around you are. If there is minimal success, there is minimal leadership. There are
While starting a business is no easy task, it's not as difficult as many entrepreneurs would think. Instead of obsessing over every minor detail or second guessing yourself, if you follow these seven you
Did you check out the numbers on yesterday's post? It's going viral! As long as it's getting attention for the right reasons, these words are music to a marketer's ears. Who wouldn't want an instant audience
You might remember 29-year-old millennial woman entrepreneur Avi Loren Fox from her first successful 2014 Kickstarter campaign for the Alpaca Mantle, which was 133% funded--ringing in a total $39,827.
I’ve spent the past year meeting with product designers at some of the world’s most innovative and beloved companies — Airbnb, Coursera, Etsy, Facebook, Google, Pinterest — while making the Design Disruptors
When it comes to product development there are a lot of moving parts. In the software and app market in particular, that checklist includes testing assumptions, building a prototype, finding beta users,
Bill Gross is a smart guy. Twenty years ago he started Idealab. They have started over 100 companies. They have had some successes and many failures. Bill Gross loves startups. He believes the best ones
Welcome to a world in which curves are a good thing. Think about the iconic brand names you know: Apple, Target, McDonald’s, Gap. What images come to mind? For many of us, probably their logos. That’s
The first season was a breakthrough, with host Alex Blumberg taking listeners inside a startup from conception to funding and many more challenges. That startup: his own, podcast network Gimlet Media.
While you know that reading up on how to start a company, taking night classes, and meeting with entrepreneurs to ask them how they did it is helpful, you just don't have the time or energy. That's where
Most of us have had business ideas before, but were any of them worth holding onto and developing? Most business ideas emerge randomly. You might see a person crossing the street and think about a way
Nevertheless, page 813, Section 126, makes reference to a feature that's now become a permanent part of the tax code — and it's great news for entrepreneurs and other individuals financing startups and
PFCs are hazardous to the environment and human health and ‘widely present’ in a range of leading outdoor brands tested by Greenpeace Greenpeace said on Monday that hazardous chemicals were “widely present”
Yet, as had happened with all my jobs, after the initial novelty wore off I found myself bored and frustrated. When a family friend suggested I start freelancing, I joined Ramit Sethi's Earn1K course,
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Since its debut in 1967, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), has long proven the launching platform for what have become staples of household
He writes in his new book, "Moonshot!" that the four game-changing technologies of today — cloud computing, wireless sensors, Big Data, and mobile devices — are cheap and readily available to all entrepreneurs
I spoke to Daymond John, who is the author of the new book The Power of Broke: How Empty Pockets, a Tight Budget, and a Hunger for Success Can Become Your Greatest Competitive Advantage. In the interview,
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Many people dream of leaving their nine-to-five jobs to start their own businesses. Many successful entrepreneurs had to keep their day jobs
Some say entrepreneurs are born, not made. But with the barriers to entering the world of entrepreneurship lower than ever, that's no longer the case. Everyone has different reasons for starting a business.