Part-time employees can be essential to running your business. Here are a few things to consider when hiring. More »Why You Should Consider Cutting Overhead With Part-Time Employees
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How to make sure you are keeping your employees safe on the job. More »The Steps to Complying With Safety Standards
Imagine working in a startup where the end goal is to provide/consume and enrich music as an end product? Well, Mayank is working with MusicFellas and fulfilling his dream of contributing to the Indian Music Industry. Musicfellas has been there for quite sometime now and with its niche following, is gaining a reputation for providing... More »Mayank Jain talks About The Journey Of MusicFellas
My esteemed colleague over at SuccessfulWorkplace wrote a piece about using frameworks to help build business processes for startups when they begin to scale up operations. In the post Tom stated that; To make the successful transition to the next stage of growth, companies need to formalize management, communications and processes. To a certain extent... More »Why You Don’t Need Silos to Scale a Startup
Renting a space for your business can feel overwhelming. Go in armed with knowledge and it will be much easier. More »The Essential Elements of a Commercial Lease
Starting a business is a very exciting time, but it’s also a very nerve wracking one. If statistics are to be believed then most businesses fail before they’ve even had a chance to build up momentum, and it would seem that the odds are certainly stacked against you. What you have to remember though when... More »Top Blogs, Sites and Books You Must Read To Succeed As A Start-Up
Art Cardenas owns The Fit Pit, a fully equipped professional boxing gym in Austin, Texas. The gym, which opened in January 2011, is still growing and now has plans for expansion. More »Startup Diaries: Rest for the Weary Business Owner
Miami-based venture creates fast time-to-market recipe More »Not Your Traditional Incubator: Rokk3r Labs, a Hybrid Investor-Accelerator
This past week there were a lot of articles about the website Kickstarter, an online crowd funding service that provides artists, designers and entrepreneurs a way to raise funds for creative projects. It made headlines because one of the projects on the website, The Veronica Mars Movie Project, surpassed its goal of $2 million dollars... More »Is Kickstarter the New Way To Entrepreneur?
Question: How do you attract the best and brightest college interns to your intern program? Question by: Ashley Creativity Takes the Cake “College students don’t want an internship at a hot, upcoming startup to be an experience similar to an internship at a blue-chip company — that completely defeats the purpose of choosing to intern... More »15 Tips for Attracting the Best College Interns to Your Startup
This companion article to our introduction to finding your startup goals, ideas and values is a practical exploration of these issues and can be used as a worksheet to help you find the answers to these questions for yourself as you go about starting up your own business. More »The Yahoo Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business: Part 1- Goals, Values and Ideas
Resources for the Yahoo Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business: Part 1- Goals, Values and IdeasYahoo! Small Business Advisor - Thu, Mar 14, 2013 7:13 PM EDT
The final part of this first week of our Smart and Simple Startup Series is a resource list. The following articles all have information about planning and thinking about your startup business. More »Resources for the Yahoo Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business: Part 1- Goals, Values and Ideas
The decision to start a business is only the first step of a valid business plan More »Is It Time To Start Up That Startup Business?
The basics of what a branding strategy is and how to create one for your startup. More »Creating a Blueprint for Your Brand Strategy