Starting a new venture still costs real money, even though the entry price has come down dramatically in last few decades. For example, I come from a software background, and back in the early PC days, it could easily cost half a million dollars for a team of professionals to produce a commercial p Read More
If you’re like me, there’s just not enough time in the day.

Most of us are still working on the resolutions we made for the previous year.

How in the Hell are we supposed to achieve our set business goals for 2019?

If you have no idea how to even begin setting your business goals for 2019 Read More

Why SMBs Must Beat the Digital Divide

Why SMBs Must Beat the Digital Divide  - https://smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Startups
From https://smallbiztrends.com 130 days ago
Made Hot by: OpenSourceMedia on April 13, 2019 5:20 pm
Embracing a fast, flexible business technology infrastructure is a sure sign of an SMB built to thrive in a global economy full of big, established players used to leaving the little fish scrambling to survive in their wake. A global survey of SMBs conducted by Salesforce and research firm Techais Read More
With the cost of entry at an all-time low, and the odds of success equally low, more and more entrepreneurs are starting multiple companies concurrently. This “parallel entrepreneur” idea has been around since at least the days of Thomas Edison, and for the new generation of entrepreneurs, who have Read More
Plenty of people out there – maybe the majority of us – really want to break away from the often mind-numbing cycle of the daily office job routine.

As an alternative to sitting around and grinding at projects that you don’t really care about, on behalf of a company that may not really care muc Read More
Most startups, and many big businesses, still don’t have a clue on how to use social media productively for marketing their business. They randomly churn for hours a day on a couple of their favorite social media platforms, with little thought given to goals, objectives, or metrics; and ultimately Read More
You must create a winning culture when growing your small business. On this week’s Small Business Radio Show, Jeff Hayzlett joins us. Jeff serves as a prime time television host and former Fortune 100. He says it’s all about creating a “hero factor.” Jeff’s book “The Hero Factor: How Great Leaders Read More
Starting a brewing business is hard work. But, if you’re passionate about beer, and you’re ready to join the craft beer community, here’s a complete, 9 step guide on how to start a brewery business.


Read More

What is the Best Age for Women to Start a Business

What is the Best Age for Women to Start a Business  - https://smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under Startups
From https://smallbiztrends.com 140 days ago
Made Hot by: JoshRed on April 4, 2019 6:49 am
Don’t worry about the best age for you as a woman to start a business? Because the infographic from Missy Empire proves age has nothing to do with it. The willingness to go for it seems more important. Women entrepreneurs can succeed whether they are in their teens or older. Read More
Fundraising is brutal. Actually, according to Paul Graham of Y-Combinator fame, “Raising money is the second hardest part of starting a startup. The hardest part is making something people want.” More startups may fail for that reason, but a close second is the difficulty of raising money.
Read More
Subscribe

Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!