In your new venture the last thing you want to worry about is investing in expensive software. Here are some top apps for starting a small business.
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Consider the following seven things you can do to keep your startup from going under prematurely.
When digits start to round up, the time is right to start exploring your funding options. Here are some, and what you should know about them in order to pick the best one.
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?
You think entrepreneurship is all fun and games? Here are the raw unspoken truths about being a business owner.
Taylor Robinson is passionate about his music and he is passionate about his business. He started Taylor Robinson Music 20 years ago while still in high school. On a recent episode of Shark Tank Robinson came on looking for investors who could help him grow his business to new levels.
Focusing instead on the individual, often-overlooked components of what makes a small business successful can bring long-term benefits.
You may well know that sinking feeling that comes with realizing that your business is struggling. Before you go into panic mode, consider implementing the following strategies that can help buoy up your floundering startup.
Realizing the strong impact of font customization, this article will provide you with some general guidelines to help you select the right typeface for your professional website.