The dream for a lot of startup owners and entrepreneurs is to have a thriving business right in the middle of all the action. But what about those who crave the calm cool breezes of Anytown, USA? Check out these top small destinations for small businesses.
More and more businesses are being run from living rooms, basements, dens, and garages. That's because technology has allowed us to remove the traditional workspace in favor of the home. Here are 50 fun home-based businesses you can start with a little know-how and some extra space at home.
Getting your startup off the ground isn't complete without a call to an insurance agent. Here are 25 things to consider for your startup regarding insurance policies.
Parents at home with children are not prevented from being successful entrepreneurs. Here are 7 tips to success for mompreneurs.
A lot of startups struggle to make it to their second year of business. Here are 5 tips for scuffling new companies on reaching a second year of business.
Are one-on-one meetings within your company becoming an unrealistic goal? Check out these alternatives to holding one-on-ones while still keeping in touch with your growing company on an individual basis.
If your small business is thinking of hiring some part-time accounting help, it's best to put potential hires through the wringer to find the person who'll perform best in that role for you.
Home Depot says it's going to spend future efforts to catering to small contractors and other small construction companies. In the past, the company has been geared to appealing to DIYers.
If you're a startup or small business owner, you've got a long road ahead. Success certainly is not guaranteed. Heed these sage pieces of advice that any entrepreneur should follow.
Startup Zenefits is under heavy fire after an investigation revealed that the company pushed insurance benefits sales by using unlicensed agents.
Entrepreneur Mike Muse hosts a video series from the U.S. Small Business Administration that promotes the "My Brother's Keeper" initiative started last year by President Obama.
Student entrepreneurs often have great ideas for businesses but they lack a working prototype. And it's the prototype that gets funding from investors. Without that prototype, it often remains just a great idea.