What can every small business learn from superstar brands like Uber, Apple and Google? Quite a lot, in fact, insists entrepreneur, author and speaker Ramon Ray. Here are what the giants of the tech industry can teach your company today.
Do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Melinda Emerson, a successful entrepreneur herself, insists those qualities exist within all of us. It's a question of bringing them out.
Not all successful entrepreneurs started with a large sum of money to get their ideas off the ground. Some started with next to nothing but in any number of ways, got to the top of their industry.
New data shows that companies backed by angel investors were, in 2014, receiving a little more than half the money they had been receiving more than a decade earlier.
If you've got an idea for your next -- or first -- mobile app, there are very important questions that should be answered first. For instance, what is its purpose?
What is a B2B company? And what is a B2C company? We explain what they are and the major difference between a B2B and B2C.
Finding a business mentor that meets all of the requirements listed here ensures you find one who is going to be helpful and relevant to your business.
Lots of good ideas come out of universities but teams of students aren't really complete unless they have someone with an engineering background on board.
Members of our small business community this week shared some great advice on some important steps you can take now to help build your business.
What makes people trust your company and your brand? Check out these characteristics you should strive to achieve to build a sense of trust with the public.
If you're tired of working for others and ready to start working for yourself, or just need a change in business, check out these 19 options for a second career as a startup owner.
Starting a business is hard work. Doing it with no money ... nearly impossible. Check out these 3 places for startup funds and what your financial situation should look like before going into business.