As entrepreneurs go and found new companies, they shouldn't focus so much on whether their technology is novel or just incremental. Founders should focus on the most important aspect of any business: creating something their customers actually want.
Entrepreneurs are masters of failure. They scrutinize their mistakes to avoid repeating them. They examine where they went wrong in the past to avoi...
By Chris White, Shinesty At Shinesty, our mission is to rid the world of life-sucking, smile-stealing, boring clothing. Every week, million...
George Naddaff is nearing his 84th birthday but still thinking entrepreneurially. It is a tribute to America that George Naddaff could come from humble, new-immigrant beginnings and succeed beyond anybody's wildest dreams.
Marketing campaign possibilities are practically endless, but every startup tech company should be involved in these major four players.
In general, that maxim may be true. However, if you're in competition with someone who is using authority marketing strategies, you'll find yourself at a huge disadvantage. In this specific case, all things are not equal.
I was interested in my job but not inspired by it. I made a good paycheck but was not passionate. I filled a position but not a purpose.
Lil Jon is a rapper, producer, DJ and entrepreneur. He's known for his rambunctious catch phrases and ceaseless energy, as well as being a star of t...
Government should not pick winners and losers. Public sector bureaucracy strangles entrepreneurship and innovation. Government can establish broad pol...
Building a startup is, with absolute certainty, one of the most difficult journeys someone can embark on. Sleepless nights accompany early mornings and the looming taste of coffee and whiskey never quite leave your taste buds.
In light of Women's Day (March 8,2014), we chatted with Julia Hartz of Evenbrite and Daphne Koller of Coursera, two of today's leading women entrepreneurs who kindly shared their wisdom, trials and triumphs with us.
In 2009, Startup Weekend held its first "Women's Edition" event alongside Women 2.0 in San Francisco. The event proved to be a success, yielding 19 strong startup teams.
We'd all gotten in the habit of building things. Sometimes you're the founder, sometimes you're a team member, and sometimes you're just in the vicinity and scheming. But once you become a builder, it's hard to let go.
Tomorrow is today. If we or our organization are waiting for things to get better, we're missing the point: It's up to us to make things better now.
I find myself awed by the difficult personal journeys that so many young women undertake to forge a new direction in their own lives, often against terrible odds. Are not their struggles to lift themselves up inspiring stories of change as well?
After more than a decade of economic stability and commodity-based growth, Latin America is sorely in need of innovative ways to boost productivity and move higher on the global value chain.