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This week we celebrated the launch of the new Entrepreneurship.org by highlighting all the new features the website has to offer including the new Resource Center, e360TV and Sandbox. We also introduced a new e360 blogger to the website, Lesa Mitchell, Vice President with the Kauffman Foundation. Lesa’s post, Turning Makers into Entrepreneurs, focused on the Maker Faire and Jules Pieri’s company focus on transforming makers into future entrepreneurs. As well as...
During this week we covered how entrepreneurs in Youngstown, Ohio are bringing success and economic growth to their region by utilizing their local business incubator as well as...
This week we opened up the dialogue by asking the community to weigh in on the question, Can entrepreneurship be taught? We received great responses from community members on this question. Overall members agreed that...
This weekend marks the patriotic holiday in America, Independence Day. In honor of this holiday this week’s roundup will be focused around the entrepreneurial spirit that helped shape our great nation. George Washington, best known for leading the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War also embarked...
Adam Coomes is a prime example of an entrepreneur who has seen the best of times and the worst of times. He has been a part of several startups and has gone through the peaks and valleys of these experiences. They've consisted of fast-paced ventures and ventures that have been put on the backburner. He has never worked in the corporate world and never intends to. Adam will always be an entrepreneur.
Like many entrepreneurs, John Earle, owner of Johnny Cupcakes, built his successful business with the help of his family. How did this work for him? Just ask his Mom, Lorraine Earle, the CFO of Johnny Cupcakes. Balancing a full time job and starting up a...
Entrepreneurs can’t take anything for granted – especially with the capital they need to keep their doors open and lights on. And that’s where a good angel investor can help.
Entrepreneurs always make mistakes – and learn from them. But if you make any one of these five legal mistakes, you could be placing your startup in jeopardy.
Venture funding is up, albeit slightly. To grab your slice of the capital pie, start thinking differently.
I recently read an article on Forbes.com about the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur’s spouse or significant other. It brought me back to my own entrepreneurial endeavors and reminded me of a few coping mechanisms my wife of now 23 years and I picked up along the way.
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