While startups have a multitude of venture funding options in this economy – minorities, women, and veterans (MW&V) have been largely left out.
We all want to believe that hard work speaks for itself—but that isn’t always the case. Sometimes the hardest-working people in an organization unintentionally fly under the radar.
SEO is a strategy full of constant changes, ambiguities, and misconceptions. That makes it hard for the average business owner to make heads or tails of it, and even harder to try and figure it out all on his/her own.
So you have an idea that you know will change the world. Or, at least, you know that there is a market for it and it will sell. But where do you start?
Years ago, a kid named Miles Scott wrote down, “I want to be Batman” on his Make-A-Wish form.
Last week, our business had a fun surprise. Entrepreneur Magazine named us the winner of their ‘Top Company Culture’ study for all small businesses in the nation. We are a bit of an odd-duck winner.
This week, an expert at the D.C. chapter of the business mentoring nonprofit SCORE offers advice to a military officer changing careers.
Who makes more money, entrepreneurs or venture capitalists? I recently came across an interesting Quora response from a friend and one of my favorite co-investors, Jason Lemkin.
As much as I enjoy studying sports and business leadership, I love the opportunity to delve deeply into what some of history’s greatest leaders can teach.