Beyond the sheer grit of startups getting it done all over the country, the growing movement of successful entrepreneurs are volunteering and working to make their communities better places for the next generation of startups.
Some entrepreneurs prosper with the right combination of timing and talent, but many don't make it. Here are a few tips to give your business a firm financial foundation and the best chance at a bright future.
Finding financing to launch a new venture in this shaky economy is tricky enough. But what are the odds that an aspiring business owner who is struggling with a mental illness or living in a rural area could secure start-up capital? Increasingly good, it turns out.
I'm issuing an urgent challenge to the crazies, the rule breakers, the delusional optimists, the women and men with the ego and pride to persist until they make their dent in the universe. I'm calling on our entrepreneurs to reinvent this country.
The founders started discussing the idea in mid-2010, incorporated Babiators LLC in the fall of 2010 and officially launched the product in May 2011. Today, Babiators can found in more than 250 stores and 15 countries worldwide.
The tough part about building a company is much less about the effort required, and much more about the uncertainty and ambiguity surrounding every new twist and turn; you really don't know if it's going to work until after it does.
Finding the right developer is often seen as a daunting, potentially overwhelming process. But it doesn't have to be that way, especially if you approach the process of hiring a developer like you're hiring a member of the team.