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Crowdfunding is an effective and common practice for raising money and funding a cause. But things sometimes might fall flat. See some representative examples of successful and failed crowdfunding cases.
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Seeking for business opportunities to invest? This infographic has it all. Find out which countries around the world retain the economic context that can help a new business to flourish in this moment of recession recovery.
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Are you dreaming or planning to start an online business but you are feeling kind of discouraged or even intimidated to kick off? Chances are that you have heard any of the following myths and rumors. Running an online start-up is not rocket science and this presentation comes to testify this.
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Entrepreneurial education in US has a history of more than 60 years with the first entrepreneurship course offered at Harvard in 1947. Have a look at the top 5 entrepreneurial schools across the US and find out 10 most met traits and skills of a successful entrepreneur.
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Working capital is vital for a small business to keep running in a harsh economic context. In the aftermath of 2008 recession, residues of financial insecurity are still clogging entrepreneurs’ decision to move on and take advantage of new opportunities in the credit market. This report will help you realize the situation and the potentials.
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Do you have any idea of the costs involved in game development ? Here you see 6 examples from various times in game industry history with production cost and sales volume. Following there’s a typical $10 million budget breakdown and some reference to the options available for funding a game idea.
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Are all innovations coming from Silicone Valley startups prototypped for the public? Do they resolve real problems and cover needs? Or do they speak just to a handful of tech geeks? This infographic spotlights this tech gap.
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INC 500 and 5000 is the hall of fame for the best private companies across the US. Guys from eMaint give us a breakdown for the fastest growing, as of 2012, based on location, industry, number of employees, annual, revenue, and growth.
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Years and years of evolution led the startups that star in this infographic from the bottom of the food chain to the top. Find out more!
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Meet 10 entrepreneurs who chased their dream and slammed Silicon Valley with their commitment to innovation. From social entrepreneurship to strictly tech and business projects, these are some of the most successful and disruptive online start-ups.
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Did you know that half of the startups go down the drain within 4 years? Salesforce, a leading CRM software company, addresses adaptability and scaleability as prerequisites for a startup to fly in the blue sky. See how information and communication technology bridges the gap.
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Great ideas drive the most promising projects. Do you have any? Don’t keep them in the “later drawer”. Get on, take the plunge and start planning. Consider the following useful tips on your way to turn thoughts into tangible achievements.
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According to this report high-tech startups from immigrants in the US are getting slack showing signals of sliding from 2005 to 2012. However, there are some exceptions to the trend.
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Running a home business can be more than a side job, part time occupation or hobby and there’s a misconception around its potentials. Homepreneur is the established equivalent of entrepreneur that defines a business owner who adequately covers more than 50% of a household’s income by doing job from home. There are also numerous examples of home businesses that have taken it to the next level of hiring employees. See the stats.
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Who said that a self-made millionaire must have entered his 50s or 60’s. Meet 10 of the richest, youngest and eminent entrepreneurial figures of our times along with a brief and some milestones of the copmanies they own.
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Get inspired by 10 simple yet lucrative product concepts that have taken consumers by storm internationally. Meet the inventors, learn their stories and get an idea of the revenue cleared so far.
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Raising money for funding a start-up requires carefull and thorough planning. Digging into the think process of investors’ mind is an interesting approach that helps entrepreneurs realize the true potentials of their proposals and a more secure way to succeed in fundraising.