Starting a Business

5 Ways to Boost Your Entrepreneurial Confidence

What does it take to have enough faith in yourself to execute your business ideas? Here's how to up your confidence as an entrepreneur.

By Abdo Riani | Share This

What I Learned About Entrepreneurship by Diving Into a Saturated Market

Just because a market is saturated doesn't mean you can't find success. Here's how one entrepreneur entered a full market and offered a version of a service that no one else was offering.

By Erik Huberman | Share This

What Is a Business Model? Business Models Explained

Finding a problem that needs solving is often the first step of starting a business—but how will you make money? Here's where your business model comes in.

By Noah Parsons | Share This

How to Embrace Online Review Sites

Online review sites are a great way to gather feedback and information from your customers. Here's how to leverage the good—and learn from the bad.

By Emily Washcovick | Share This

6 Ways to Make Sure Your Tech Startup Will Succeed in 2018

Want to make sure your tech startup is a success in 2018? Follow these tips to make a name for your startup in the tech scene this year.

By Thomas Raynott | Share This

Origin Stories: 11 Moments That Inspired Entrepreneurs to Start Their Own Businesses

Most entrepreneurs don’t begin their journey by falling in love with the problem—they begin by falling in love with the solution. Here are the 11 moments that inspired successful entrepreneurs to start their own businesses.

By Briana Morgaine | Share This

How to Write a Market Analysis

Many new entrepreneurs fail because the market for their product or service isn't as big as they thought it was. In order to prevent this, conducting a market analysis can help you determine if your new business idea is viable.

By Michael Kerr | Share This

Give the Best Elevator Pitch Ever With a 3,000-Year-Old Technique

You've just unexpectedly bumped into a major investor who could help your business get off the ground. What do you say? Take a cue from Aristotle, and try this persuasive speech technique.

By Jay Heinrichs | Share This

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