If you're looking to start a crowdfunding project, Crowd Start breaks down the elements of a powerful and profitable campaign.
The book, The Accidental Entrepreneur's Handbook, asserts that readers don't need any external validation to be an entrepreneur.
The 24-Hour Business Plan Template details how startup business owners can quickly validate their ideas for an even faster launch than they imagined.
The 48 Hour Start-up was designed to be a hacked version of the business-creating method developed by Fraser Doherty, a serial entrepreneur.
The central message of The Rise Of The Craft Brand is technology's disruption of the relationship between branding, distribution, and commerce.
The Network Imperative promises to help business owners transition into a powerful digital-based business designed for a rapidly changing digital age.
Launching a startup? These titles provide some expert guidance to get your business off the ground.
When you need to bridge the gap between innovation as a concept versus innovation as a practice, use Bigger Business Blueprint as your guide.
Small businesses operate in an increasingly regulated environment. The book, The New Era of Regulatory Enforcement, helps them prepare for what's to come.
The life of an entrepreneur can be a lonely one at times. Luckily, there are others out there and a lot of them are writing. Here's a list of books that every entrepreneur should keep by their nightstand to know they're not alone.
Author Evelyn Ivy discusses the ups and downs of starting and operating a successful "lifestyle" business. If you think you've got a great idea for a business, it's best to read this book first.
If you've considered going into business or running your small business alongside your spouse, give "Let's Make Money, Honey" a read first.