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Success is tough enough in big, wealthy countries. This teen 'trep from a tiny island nation is studying the example of a local hero.
With a unique ability to weave visual backstories and touch untold masses, QVC can serve as a transformative vehicle for entrepreneurs.
These five schools give undergraduates cool opportunities for exploring tech and creating their own products.
Connecting with established professionals is a critical step for any entrepreneur looking to get a business off the ground. Here are the schools that offer the largest number of mentorship programs.
Entrepreneurship may be the buzzword du jour, but some colleges were way ahead of the trend, offering courses in entrepreneurship as far back as 1947.
Having students engage in business plan competitions is an important component of any entrepreneurship program. These U.S. graduate level programs award the most cash.
An entrepreneur explains how she assembled a group of friends to meet every two weeks and help her write her volume.
Look out for these five factors everyone should use for their personal fitness goals.
No big screens! Well, let's re-think that, shall we?
If it works for dates, it should work for matching students with tutors.
A little-known member of the Bush family advises finding a business that can make money doing society some good, preferably in niche with little competition.
Staff training is key to keeping a workforce in the flow. Design a program to elicit productive coursework.
We get great value from the painful process of letting go of what no longer works for us.
Leaders need to take a stand for whats right when bad behavior occurs.
We all love great ideas but to get a product to market on time, and on budget, somebody needs to draw a line at good enough.
Companies are increasingly focusing on the kitchens as an office gathering places and providing meals or snacks to reward their staffs.
The year-old company is working to develop a portable gluten detecting sensor.
Unless your product is truly disruptive or you have bags of cash, don't bother bringing it to market. Instead, solve a real-world problem.
After being exhumed from a New Mexico landfill earlier this year, copies of the world's worst video game will now be up for auction.
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