The goal of any business – small or otherwise – is to grow, but growth can bring with it unexpected headaches.
One of the scariest things for an entrepreneur is the fear that someone might steal your idea. While you can’t completely eliminate the threat of intellectual property theft, there are some basic steps you can take to protect yourself.
As an entrepreneur, you typically want to do it all yourself, but there comes a time when you need to turn over some responsibilities to someone else. In fact, that should be your goal if you want your company to grow.
Here’s how to handle employees when a kick in the rear is more appropriate than a pat on the back.
Technology, once a distraction for students, is finding its way into classrooms in a way that is more seamless than ever.
Display advertising can be a great way to build brand recognition for your up and coming business, but you need to follow a few simple practices to get the most out of your online advertising dollars.
Gathered together around a wide table, the group of entrepreneurs in Dubai for this year’s MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Business Plan Competition represented a key constituency of the Arab Spring generation: Young, educated, and …
Don’t show ’em the money (even if you have it). Here are nine better ways to boost morale.
Want to move beyond blame to a culture of accountability? Start with yourself.
If you haven’t heard of crowdfunding, you might want to at least take a look at it. It could be an easy way to fund your startup.
The idea is enticing: You could potentially drive hundreds, if not thousands, of new visitors to your small business by using daily deal services like Groupon or Social Living. But before you jump in, know the risks.
You can learn a lot from your competitors – and their websites and search rankings may be a good place to start.