Startups

  • Why Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs Are Not Retiring

    October 22

    With a growing number of baby boomers reaching retirement age, it is only natural to believe that an influx of small businesses would be available for sale.

  • Product Hunt: Disrupting the Tech and Startup Space

    October 20

    Chances are, you’ve heard of Reddit. But the beauty, and flaw, of the massive online community is that it covers a ton of ground. That means each category can get a little lost.

  • [Infographic] A Look into the Venture Capital Industry

    October 7

    Venture Capital is one of those things that’s often discussed, but maybe not completely understood. You’ll often hear about a company being “venture backed” or famous venture capital firms that make hugely profitable investments in things like Facebook.

  • Better Late Than Never: The Success of Older Entrepreneurs

    October 6

    For anyone who thinks startups are just for younger entrepreneurs, they should consider the success of companies like Starbucks, IBM and GEICO. These companies, and many other huge successes, were started by entrepreneurs over 40.

  • 5 Businesses with a High Failure Rate

    September 2

    Before starting a business it is imperative to complete the appropriate amount of research. This will help you pinpoint the best opportunities, while avoiding those that are fraught with peril.

  • Startups By The Numbers: Growing Innovation One Small Business At A Time #Startups

    August 4

    Startups often represent excitement in the small business world, because of their ability to innovate with great new ideas. Some even grow into giants that become household names and many have created products and services that make our lives easier.

  • Fastest Growing Industries Provide Opportunities

    July 29

    When starting a small business, one of the first things you will do is choose an industry to enter. This is a big decision, as it will impact your company for many years to come.

  • How to Run a Kick-Butt Kickstarter Campaign

    January 13

    Since Kickstarter launched just over five years ago, investors have pledged more than $1 billion dollars to help fund the thousands of creative projects featured on the crowdfunding platform. While these projects range in scale and success, entrepreneurs and small businesses are turning to Kickstarter to grow their brand and tap into the fast-paced, modern approach to fundraising.

  • The 3 Worst Reasons to Start a Business

    January 7

    There are good reasons to start a business, such as the freedom and flexibility, as well as bad reasons.