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This helpful tool identities the four major steps in analyzing and planning a business's growth--growth indicators, industry potential, growth opportunities, and market potential.
The growth indicators evaluated in this tool can help determine what level and type of growth a business is capable of supporting.
Caroline Mak and her boyfriend Antonio Ramos loved the taste of ginger, but didn't like the sugary-sweet taste of ginger ales and ginger beers on the market. They weren't spicy enough, nor were they adequately tangy.
Bill George, a Harvard business professor and the author of '7 Lessons for Leading in Crisis,' puts forth some proposals to revive employment growth in a declining job market.
This week we reviewed entrepreneurship education as an oxymoron, part one of a two part blog series by Gary Schoeniger. We also looked at nine ways small businesses can maximize their marketing budget, as well as what is the most important qualities for a leader...
This week we looked at how job growth in the United States is driven entirely by startups according to The Importance of Startups in Job Creation and Job Destruction; a study conducted by Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. We also heard from entrepreneur, Cameron Herold at...
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...
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...
You've got to hand it to the magazine publishers. They continue to throw spaghetti against the iPad and other e-readers trying to see what will stick and what falls to the floor.
It is now part of the lives of many professional women in the developed world to worry about what to do to improve the lot of their less fortunate sisters.
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