Business-to-business start-ups are an important segment of the entrepreneurial landscape, but many founders hamstring themselves by focusing on the wrong initial customers.
There is good reason to be optimistic about the growth of Florida technology investing in 2015.
When you’re starting a business, it is rare that you’ll ever feel sure about your actions. In fact, many times you’ll make a decision feeling absolutely clueless.
2014 was a big year for entrepreneurship in the Triangle.
It’s the age of the young entrepreneur: In the past decade, more millennials are taking the path of entrepreneurship.
With many new ways to raise money for start-up businesses these days, it can often be difficult to choose what type of funding is the right fit for you. Fortunately, understanding your different options is pretty simple.
Atlanta’s ecosystem for early stage startups has exponentially improved in recent years.
The entrepreneurship rate, defined as the number of new firms in a given year as a share of all firms, has been in persistent decline for decades (15% in the late 1970’s, 8% in 2012).
For every fledgling startup I come across is another that has just secured venture funding, expanded their workforce exponentially, or landed a major partner. Amid the chest bumps and high fives there has been rumblings of “this seems is too good to last” and “are we headed for a bust?”
Leadership Lessons from a Football Legend & Serial Entrepreneur