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Entrepreneurship News Roundup: Week of 3/22/2010
For Small Businesses, social media has made great strides and has become one of the most critical of online trends.  Small Businesses have leveraged media trends, specifically Twitter to obtain customer feedback and in turn become a direct conduit to their customers with news and... [More]
Thom Ruhe
on March 26, 2010
Time to Get to Work
Depending upon your politics, the recent passing of the historic healthcare reform bill has you high-fiving friends and co-workers or preparing for Armageddon, as it will most certainly usher in a period pestilence, poverty, and perniciousness. So whether you’re popping corks on some bubbly or stocking... [More]
Thom Ruhe
on March 25, 2010
The Errors of Enthusiasm
As entrepreneurs, we all think our ideas can change the world. Passion, persistence and a well-written business plan - complete with five-year cash flow projections – are all we need to raise the money we need to launch our business. Yet, doing a startup is... [More]
Anonymous
on March 24, 2010
Entrepreneurship News Roundup: Week of 3/15/10
Business Insider takes a look at 20 startups that are about to take off in a big way. Humera Fasihuddin, the director of the Invention to Venture program at the National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance answers five essential questions that all entrepreneurs need to consider. Entrepreneur... [More]
Thom Ruhe
on March 19, 2010
Part Four: John Osher's Startup Mistakes in the Overall Vision
This is the final part in the series.  Gary Schoeniger discusses his interview with one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs John Osher and the mistakes that startups make.  Below is Part Four: Mistakes with the Overall Startup Vision. Part One discussed Startup Mistakes in Research... [More]
Anonymous
on March 17, 2010
Entrepreneurship News Roundup: Week of 3/1/10
It can be tough to determine a concrete amount of money to raise for a startup. Mark Suster debates this issue facing many young startups. Women entrepreneurs are making their mark in business ventures.  Get insight on what works for some women entrepreneurs in their startup... [More]
Thom Ruhe
on March 15, 2010
Part Three: John Osher's Startup Mistakes in Management
This is the third part in a four part series.  Gary Schoeniger discusses his interview with one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs John Osher and the mistakes that startups make.  Below is Part Three: Mistakes in Management. Part One discussed the mistakes in Market Research... [More]
Anonymous
on March 10, 2010
Entrepreneurial Approach Pays Off For Hurt Locker
By the ‘conventional wisdom’ that has prevailed in Hollywood over the last decade, The Hurt Locker should have been (quietly) happy to merely have been nominated for several Oscars and serve as grist for the mill that would have recognized the mega-production that is Avatar.... [More]
Thom Ruhe
on March 09, 2010
Part Two: John Osher's Startup Mistakes with Financial Planning
This is the second part in a four part series.Gary Schoeniger discusses his interview with one of America's most successful entrepreneurs John Osher and the mistakes that startups make.  Below is Part Two: Mistakes in Financial Planning.  Part One discussed the mistakes in Market Research... [More]
Anonymous
on March 03, 2010
Fool me once, shame on you … Fool me twice, I’m an idiot!
In my past companies while interviewing prospective new employees, when I get to the topic of our corporate culture, I was fond of saying that we encourage an entrepreneurial environment that respects the intellectual contribution of others, encourages rigorous debate, and is open to intelligent... [More]
Thom Ruhe
on March 02, 2010
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