Monthly Archives: October 2011
A new business startup might not become an overnight sensation even when it’s destined for great achievement. Immediate results are not necessarily indicative of eventual success as changes evolve in technology and market sentiment. That describes the history of ClearCube Technology, based in Austin, Texas.
How many times have you heard that question? As if our value to the world can only be judged by our vocation of choice, the question always comes up? “So, what do you do?” For some it’s an annoying part of the social small talk game that so many of us hate but as an [...]
Finding all the essential details for evaluating a college has traditionally required searching several sources. Now, Unigo provides a single resource of aggregated information. The website’s users obtain all the usual facts about a college and its location along with pictures and videos. In addition, Unigo content describes the experiences of ordinary students.
This week we have been highlighting some of the small business startups chosen as the top 50 finalists in the Startup Open competition sponsored in part by the Kauffman Foundation. If you missed part one of the series, you can read that by clicking here. The top 50 winners will head to global entrepreneur week where [...]
It seems obvious, right? If you’re planning to be an entrepreneur, you should make a plan. In fact, Forbes Magazine talked about the story of Eric and Patrick and their very different reasons for starting an insurance company. What can the story of Eric and Patrick teach you about your business startup?
Each year as part of the Kauffman Foundation sponsored global entrepreneur week, a contest is held to highlight the best up and coming business startups. Startup Open recently named the 50 finalists who with compete for the top prizes including a trip to the Global Entrepreneur Congress where they will present their business to a [...]
Looking to improve the human resources market, BountyJobs is capitalizing on an area of historically problematic communications. The company aims to enhance connections between corporate recruiters in HR departments and executive headhunters.
There are a lot of reasons to start your own business and if you were to ask each business owner why they took the chance you would get a very personal answer. Probably far down the list of reasons would be the host of tax advantages for the self employed. Let’s take a look at [...]
You want to start a business but two problems come to mind: You don’t know all of the state and fderal government requirements and you don’t have the funds to hire an attorney to take you through it. The National Association for the Self Employed (NASE) wants to help you with their Startup Kit.
Match Financing announced today the beta availability of its innovative platform to match small and medium-sized businesses with lenders who are actively looking to make loans ranging from $10,000 to more than $10,000,000. The company provides businesses a free way to easily connect with capital sources for asset-backed and cash flow loans to support acquisitions, [...]