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If you're tired of the corporate world, then there's only one way to fix it.
While gauging user feedback is definitely important, entrepreneurs need to both listen to what users say, and selectively ignore them.
Most startups could benefit from being in an incubator, but fewer are a fit for an accelerator.
Jen Gotch, founder of Ban.do, sat down with Entrepreneur Network partner Jen Hacker in Hawaii to talk entrepreneurship and building her brand.
If you want to make serious bank, however, you'll need to look at industries that are just as stable, but are at the top of the profitability spectrum.
Nearly a quarter of new entrepreneurs are boomers aged 55 to 64. They have experience, financial stability and extensive networks.
You don't need to be rich to start your own business.
After investors turned him down, Jonathon Ende, Seamless Docs CEO and co-founder, struggled to get funding to continue growing his business.
The internet provides a number of opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Hedley & Bennett founder Ellen Bennett sat down with Jen Hacker in Hawaii to talk entrepreneurship and building her brand.
Commuting via Lake Washington cut my travel time in half, and provided some valuable lessons for business.
If all your friends ask you for the same kind of help, there is likely a market for that skill.
Editor-in-chief Jason Feifer meets with author and TV personality Nicole Lapin to discuss the pros and cons of presenting your big startup idea as the next Uber or Netflix in your space.
There is a difference between an entrepreneur and small-business owner.
No idea amounts to anything without sound planning and skilled execution.
Building an online store is no mean feat. But it is not rocket science, either.
With good content and the help of talented writers and artists, there is nothing stopping your blog from growing into a publishing empire.
Danielle Moss went from blogging part-time to co-founding The Everygirl.
You can prosper in property regardless of what business you're in.
As JetBlue's founding team showed, applying simple common sense can be your most innovative strategy.
If you're trying to be a consultant, remember the words, "Customers buy for their reasons, not yours."
The only problem is that the rule assigns foreign-born U.S. entrepreneurs "parole" status, and they must then scramble to stay here.
When a menswear rental startup unexpectedly took off and sold out of its entire stock, its founders were forced to tackle a crippling supply-chain issue -- and angry customers.
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