There's still a place in this mobile-first world for an old-fashioned hand-written letter or card. That's what one 25-year-old entrepreneur in Arkansas is hoping for with the opening of her shop, Paperwerk.
Beth Cochran is a successful startup owner but says she felt like she was operating in a silo. That's when she decided to start SuccessLab, which she compares to a support group for other entrepreneurs in an interview with Small Business Trends.
What's the quality that connects most successful tech investors? Many of them are nerds. And if you have an opportunity to appeal to nerds through your business, you should be.
Summertime means fun in the sun for a lot of people. But it's also a time that's teeming with seasonal small business opportunities. Check out this list of business ideas for the summer.
Have you always wanted to be a globe trotting entrepreneur? Then listen to the story of Kisha Mays. Mays is a business development consultant and founder of Just Fearless. She regularly travels the world to work with her many clients on global business branding. Here's how she manages her company on the go.
Offering a free WiFi connection to your customers could prove to be a real boon to business. However, you could potentially commit one of several fatal errors that could end up causing that decision to backfire.
If you're going into business with another person or company, who you choose is a very important decision. The results could be long lasting, either good or bad. Here are 5 tips to picking the best business partner for your needs.
No one really understands the wants and needs of cancer survivors like someone who has gone through the experience themselves. Dana Donofree founded AnaOno, a lingerie line made especially for breast cancer survivors, as a result of her first hand experience with the disease.
Raising money isn't easy, as any entrepreneur knows. Here founder Aihui Ong talks about lessons every small business owner should understand before seeking outside investment to start or expand a company.
In the beginning, Wilbur and Orville Wright were hands on inventors -- and hands on entrepreneurs. But gradually over time they had to delegate. Most small business owners must do the same. Here is what you can learn from the Wright Brothers' success.
Concern over the plight of the bees, threatened now by pesticides, disease and other factors, has prompted one entrepreneur to take action. Meet the man who hopes to give bees a new home and hopefully protect them from extinction.
Patrice Banks is a materials engineer who studied auto tech and now owns a business with a very unique niche. Not only is her auto repair company called Girls Auto Clinic. She also holds free monthly sessions to teach women what they need to know about automobiles.