The creator of the cro-nut is back with a new taste creation. But it's quite the departure from that. Anyone for kale ice cream?
Peerby is a startup that's taking the borrowing and lending culture to another level. Money and car rides are for other companies but if you're looking to borrow a lawn mower or some other random object, Peerby may be leading the lending front on those types of items.
Deciding to go into business for yourself requires a lot of time, dedication, and sacrifice. It also requires asking yourself some tough questions. If you answer yes to these queries, you may be on your way to success as an entrepreneur.
Dane Carlson was blogging about and for small businesses pretty much before there were even blogs. Today, he has sold his first company and now runs a content marketing company with a range small business clients.
Red meat lovers, rejoice! ButcherBox will deliver a box of grass-fed beef every month. The company's founder says he was tired of buying low-quality cuts of meat from grocery stores.
The PITCH U competition at Kent State University in Ohio gives students and would-be entrepreneurs the opportunity to make "elevator pitches" to real life angel investors. Cash prizes are being awarded to winners.
The best ideas on how to grow or expand your small business may likely come from within. Here are 18 tips from the Young Entrepreneur Council on how to promote a spirit of innovation within your company.
One Pennsylvania microbrewery enthusiast strives for consistency among batches from these small breweries. He's developed Gastrograph to help. The app helps determine flaws in individual batches of micro-brewed beer to help these companies achieve a consistent product.
There's one barbecue business in Austin, Texas, that has lines forming for the food five hours before the doors open on a daily basis. The line is so predictable, several advantageous entrepreneurs are profiting off the lines, alone.
Would you where a fur that once was roadkill? Before you answer, consider the alternatives. Entrepreneur Pamela Paquin believes her line of roadkill couture colorfully named Petite Mort Fur presents a better option than killing animals just for their fur.
Education today has become extremely specialized. Each student seems to be on their own path despite being in a group setting. It's a growing challenge for teachers but one entrepreneur and his startup, Knewton, believes it can help organize an increasingly complicated classroom.
D.C.-based Framebridge is bringing what some would call an old-fashioned art form -- more like art framing form -- into the next century. The company cuts customer costs by not operating the traditional frame shop.