Ready to take the plunge? While there's no guarantee of success, entrepreneurs can at least avoid these common missteps. (RT @dowjonescompany: 10 Mistakes That Start-Up Entrepreneurs Make http://on.wsj.com/auxfny #Running #a #Business)
In order of priority, the 3 critical factors that will have a big influence on the success of a start-up in today’s economic climate are: - people - people - people You’re about to make a decision about funding but before you do, does your start-up have… (Do you agree? The 3 Most Important Things a Start-up Needs http://ow.ly/37FBT)
Some business incubators—programs designed to support early-stage companies—are going niche, specializing in industries like fashion, food and design. These programs are focusing on entrepreneurs in emerging fields or areas that require expensive resources to get started. (RT @WSJSmallBiz: Start-up entrepreneurs, did you know: Some incubators help grow young companies just in niches like fashion & food. http://on.wsj.com/9NxkCK)
Are you cut out for entrepreneurship? Take this personality test before you quit your day job. (RT @Kruse: Are you the next mega entrepreneur like Zuckerberg or Google's Brin? Answer these questions to find out. http://ow.ly/39eCB)
Here are some good posts worth reading around building your startup and becoming a better entrepreneur. If you have other good reading material, leave a comment (Getting a new product off the ground – MicroISV Designing For Social Traction – Joshua Porter Startup Kil - http://bit.ly/bS4S7R)
The venture capital industry is facing real competition for the first time in decades. Not only that, but the growing battle between venture capital firms and "super angels" presents an amazing opportunity for entrepreneurs trying to build the next big thing.All of this is according to Paul Graham, co-founder of the early-stage investment fund Ycombinator. During a presentation at Startup School at Stanford University earlier today, the prolific investor discussed the state of startup funding with a packed auditorium of students and entrepreneurs. Specifically, he said the funding world has b
There are many successful people in the world, but few of them distinguish themselves as such before they are legally allowed to drink. With that in mind, please enjoy this list of achievers, leaders, and savvy entrepreneurs who gained their success in their childhood years.
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