By Ian Chipman | Stanford Business Contributor Pitching a startup to venture capitalists is like online dating, says Guy Kawasaki, who has pitched and been pitched to more times than he can count. But
Tips to help left-brained innovators get their brand launch right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You just spent five years developing the world’s first robotic drone cooler.
It happens all the time. You've poured everything you have into your business. You work more than anyone in the company. You even work on vacation. Your customers love you. Your employees love you. Retention
Entrepreneur and CultureIQ spent months searching for the best cultures in the U.S. This story appears in the March 2017 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » For the second year, Entrepreneur partnered CultureIQ
By Ajay Yadav, CEO and founder of Roomi. Every year, $200 million flows through AngelList. There are 50,000 accredited investors watching their feeds for the next big thing. For the select few startups
There's more competition than ever before to get startup funding. Here's how to break through the pack. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Running a startup is expensive. If
A legal expert from the J+O Firm talks capital, patents, taxes, crowdfunding, and—oh yeah—remembering to form your company. Thinking of finally launching that startup in this year? You’d be in for a ride
Stan Reiss Contributor Stan Reiss is a general partner at early-stage VC firm Matrix Partners. In a world defined by trends, we’ve been beset by a highly worrying one: There is an undeniable lack of IPOs.
Is it better to grow your business slowly or drive it hard and fast? I'm not sure if there is right answer. The "methodical" camp says that if you grow too fast you'll outstrip your infrastructure to The
We have a cultural obsession with extreme experiences: Things have to be uber or incredible or outstanding or breathtaking. The obsession pours into our expectations of ourselves, as it isn't enough to
You have to keep your investors in the loop, even when you aren’t fundraising. Here’s how. So you raised your first round of funding. Good for you! Seriously, it takes a tremendous amount of work to close