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In the previous blog, we summarized ways to create a winning business idea. In this blog, we will overview several ways that author and entrepreneur Alan Hall explains can help you take your idea further through the process of successful … Continue reading
There are two kinds of people in the business world—those whose minds are overflowing with a plethora of business ideas and others who, while brilliant individuals, they may have trouble coming up with new, viable ideas. Many people face this … Continue reading
In the previous blog post, we explored some of the typical reasons that might require you to think of a possible reason for pivot in your business. The second part of this series will help you to understand some more these … Continue reading
It’s a common phrase that failure is part of life—especially when it comes to new businesses. According to serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist David Skok from Matrix Partners, there are many reasons why startups fail. Knowing a bit more about … Continue reading
Entrepreneurs and anyone involved in business (no matter what size the company) knows that it’s important to retain information—the name of the person you met at yesterday’s networking event, the prices your competitor is setting, the location of your next … Continue reading
Inc. Live: Nick Woodman pt1. Nick Woodman, founder of GoPro, talks about how he turned his passion into a successful business and gained a huge percentage of his target market.
A leader is someone that others look to for guidance and direction. For a business, it’s usually the CEO. For a solo entrepreneur, it’s him or herself! As a leader, the most important thing you can do is to stay … Continue reading
Lucy Sanders, CEO and co-founder of the National Center for Women and Information Technology, talks about how Microsoft Research uniquely engages women into the technology and innovation planning process.