When interviewing customers, finding their pain point, or problem, is key: It will enable you to craft your solution, pitch, and brand. Valuable as finding the pain point is, a surprising number of entrepreneurs
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Every Monday we tap an industry expert for tips that only insiders know. This week Brooke Siler, Pilates pioneer and author of 'The New York Times' best-seller 'The Pilates Body: The Ultimate At-Home to
This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. I knew building a startup would be hard. I knew it would be slow. I knew we had to do lots of customer development and build something people want. But were
Without any apparent irony, the woman who aspires to change financial services in the 21st century sits in a conference room in Manhattan she named for Warren Buffett, despite his famous disdain for technology,
I brush everyday, but I’ve never learned to enjoy it. I also don’t do it right, as my dentist never fails to tell me. Beam Technologies wants to make brushing more interesting and fun by connecting a toothbrush
Osper, a new UK startup, has come up with an innovative way to create a banking service than can be used by children, combining prepaid debit cards and smartphone apps controlled by both them and their
Keep reading for seven easy, actionable steps you can take to shut down that urge to splurge. Many people shop as an emotional response to a certain situation — for instance, to boost your mood after fight