The European Union promotes entrepreneurship across Europe and informs entrepreneurs about support available for them at European, national and local level. Read More
Jeremy Quittner at Business Week has some great ideas for entrepreneurs from entrepreneurs on creative ways to bootstrap during tight times like these. Nothing revolutionary here, but lots of good suggestions. Here is one sample related to equipment: Read More
What compels you to forward content to people in your network? The answer is likely the same whether you're sharing business-related articles and blogs with colleagues, or corny jokes with your buddies. Some element of what you read resonated, and/or you think it'll resonate with whomever you're sending it to. Read More
If you have the time and the funds, nothing beats a visit to a country you are about to do business in to fully understand and appreciate how the people live day-to-day Read More
Are you a liberal Democrat? Perhaps you're a conservative Republican? Are you passionately committed to a political cause? Do you make no secret of what you believe? Maybe you're none of the above, but one or more of your employees are. If you nodded affirmatively to any of these questions, you could be putting your business in jeopardy. Read More
Google software engineer Matt Cutts collected questions on Google Moderator and answered many of them on video. One of this is -- Which is more important: content or links? Read More
Web workers, especially those of us who are self-employed, will sometimes encounter people who, it seems, take us less seriously because we don't have a corporate cube to work in. There are two ways to deal with this. Some web workers go to great lengths to mask that our office and home are one and the same. We can use P.O. box or mailbox suite a Read More
I do not agree with the author, but I link to this article for the conversation it creates. There's meaning in these sorts of discussions, even when you disagree. If nothing else, they bolster your resolve as an entrepreneur and owner. Read More
A small business coping with recession expands its product line to increase revenue. The story comes referred by Dane Carlson's Business Opportunities Weblog. Read More
For small business success, it's important to talk to your customers. In this excerpt from Small Business School, we hear one unusual example of how this paid off against prevailing market trends. Read More
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