How often do you find yourself craving a home cooked meal, but without the time and energy to shop for and prep all those ingredients? Well now, there’s a startup that wants to take over that part of the process, so you can just focus on cooking and eating. Read More
Starting a new business is so exciting that you might be tempted to jump right in without developing a plan. But before you launch, it’s important to answer these questions: things to know
1.Who is your target market? You should be able to describe the prospective customers you plan to attract ver Read More
At an age when most kids may be thinking about the next new video game, Noah Cahoon, 13, was thinking of how to expand his father-son business, Paper Box Pilots. Recently, Cahoon was featured on the ABC pitch show, Shark Tank, where he was offered $35,000 for a full half of the business from Kevin Read More
Have you ever heard of “WebVan” e-tailer business startup which was started in 1999 when dot com companies boom is raising with phenomenal growth, WebVan attracted so many big capital ventures raised 800 million dollars within span two years, business shooted like a rocket and suddenly failed at Read More
What does Dane say to an entrepreneur who can't come up with an original business idea to save his life? Read More
Red Hat, the world's open source leader, is a billion dollar company, but it began in a sewing closet. Co-founder Bob Young talks about the company's humble beginnings. Read More
I always advise software startups to file patents to protect their “secret sauce” from competitors, and to increase their valuation. The good news is that a patent can scare off or at least delay competitors, and as a “rule of thumb” patents can add up to $1M to your startup valuation for investors Read More
Be honest with yourself for a second: being an entrepreneur or start up founder has smothered you with responsibility. If you were a bit of goofball, you have probably changed your mentality and personality to fit into the business world. Read More
Most of us enjoy spending our time one way or the other: photography, cooking, painting, archery, solving puzzle games, etc. Only some of us have what it takes to turn their hobbies into a successful startup. Read More
Over 25 years ago, Michael E. Gerber wrote a best-selling business book called The E-Myth: Why Most Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It. The E-Myth (“Entrepreneurial Myth”) is the mistaken belief that most businesses are started by people with tangible business skills, when in fact most a Read More

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Contributor of the Week Sets Small Business Example

When John Paul Aguiar launched his blog two and a half years ago, it was with a much loftier goal than simply finding a … More
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