A few weeks ago, I was at the gym doing dips and realized I was stuck. I typically do 50 dips at the end of my chest and triceps workout just to round off the session. A year ago, I could accomplish that
In May, Silicon Valley gave birth to another unicorn. It’s targeting a $100 billion market for analyzing and drawing practical and timely insights from huge quantities of data. In that quest, the company
A new breed of entrepreneurs is creating huge consumer brands — like MVMT and Tuft & Needle — without venture capital, and laughing all the way to the bank. When Moiz Ali launched his startup Native, maker
See your city’s streets as you’ve never seen them before. Can a simple graph communicate the complexity of a city plan? That was the question developed by University of California Berkeley professor Geoff
According to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, there are over 30,000 new products introduced every year, and 95 percent fail. According to University of Toronto Professor Inez Blackburn,
What does it take to create a winning pitch deck that gets your startup funded? Whether you are still at seed stage, or are preparing for a follow up series of funding, a lot of your success is riding
So, you came up with a great idea for a new product. Following my advice, you put together an attractive sell sheet and filed a provisional patent application that has value to establish perceived ownership.
Over 400 Startups Are Trying to Become the Next Warby Parker. Inside the Wild Race to Overthrow Every Consumer Category
James McKean wants to revolutionize the manual toothbrush. It's January 2018. The 31-year-old MBA candidate at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School whirls his laptop around to show me the designs.
In early May, Reddit user Ladyberries posed an interesting question for other people on the site: "What are movies that genuinely disturbed you that don't have rape, violence, cannibalism, or gross images?"
Jeff Bezos. Elon Musk. These two tech visionaries share a lot in common. They're both known as extremely innovative thinkers. They're both trying to change the world, one by altering the way people buy
I often liken the entrepreneurial journey to parenting; no matter how much you study it, observe it in others, ask for advice, prepare for it, or convince yourself you're ready for it, there is simply
• Here are some highlights from the ten rules:• Be different. Have your own beliefs, and don't mindlessly follow the crowd.• Never suck your thumb. If you have a good idea, take real positions, not ones.•
Poor data quality is enemy number one to the widespread, profitable use of machine learning. While the caustic observation, “garbage-in, garbage-out” has plagued analytics and decision-making for generations,
Made In’s founders don’t want you to wait until your wedding to get nice cookware. By eliminating middlemen, their U.S.-made pans don’t break the bank. The first time I had decent cookware was right after
Stay on top of household chores. Cleaning is a job that you never really finish—fresh dust and grime lurk just around the corner, waiting to undo all your hard work. However, even if you can't banish household
An entrepreneur who sees somebody's good idea get licensed once a week tells you exactly how to pursue your own good idea. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Stephen Key is
When I sit down with new startup founders, most ask me about one thing: raising money. This is smart of them, because, as I've stated previously, fundraising needs to be one of the core competencies of