Whether your business is expanding from five employees to six or from 500 to 1,000, your company culture will be affected.
Archive for the ‘Start-ups’ Category
Another New Year and another huge #TYBCommunity Round-Up from all our usual favourites and more. Something new is happening constantly within business, technology, social media, mobile marketing and much more so here is a round up of what trends those in the know expect to see in 2015.
Intrapreneurs help a company win the innovation game, fostering research and development and working on the next big product or service.
Writing successful funding applications is a matter of persistence, being able to ask for and listen to feedback, and being willing to make changes to your start up baby.
Sooner or later, you will be successful.
Once upon a time, if you wanted to be a sucessful business person, you took a few business courses in […]
What did this 1.2% of businesses that DID get funded do right to secure the finance they needed? How did they pitch to their angel investors to make them loosen their purse strings and put down hard cash? What are the rest of us ignoring in our elevator pitches that these 1.2% of startups got spot on?
Mentoring is an-often quoted support for business, but does it really work?
Here are some rules for bootstrapping so that you start with nothing and make something highly valuable out of it
When you are creating a home business there are several things you need to be a success. The most important is the why as this article explains.
Expanding on a recent Forbes article I wrote titled "10 Ways Universities Can Improve Entrepreneurship Education,” includes original interview transcripts.