Tag: research
 
Is Blockchain The Future Of Journalism? Two Entrepreneurs Take A Chance
Two journalists quit their day jobs to pursue new paths to trustworthy reporting. Among the paths, a wholly unexpected 21st Century source of start-up financing.
How Rethinking The Work-Life Equation Reduces Stress
Working long hours isn’t stressful, as long as you can control when and where you work.
How A Startup Addressed A Taboo To Bring Jobs To Buffalo
Being uncomfortable about feminine needs means lost business opportunities for men but women are building businesses by breaking these taboos.
6 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Leapfrog Past $1 Million In Revenue
To make it to the big time, women entrepreneurs have to take advantages of options that are often overlooked.
Style Over Substance: How VCs’ Perceptions Of Female Founders Is Slowing The Economy
Founders and VCs aren’t aligned on the attributes that lead to a successful startup. Founders who close the gap could raise funds faster.
Aligning Employee Performance With Business Goals Is Key To Success
Organic growth and using the passion and talent of your team can be the foundation of long-term sustainability.
How Women Entrepreneurs Push Boundaries To Inspire The Next Generation
Your comfort zone is not where you want to be. Move beyond it to make things really happen.
How Female Founders Help ICO Campaigns Succeed
When you need to build trust, turn to the women on your team.
Paid Leave Is A Competitive Advantage For Small Businesses
If you really want to honor mothers — and keep talented employees — think paid leave. Fathers will like it, too.
Demonstrate Your Innovation To Make The Sale
Once you’ve got a product, you have to sell it. Often, the best way to do that is with a hands-on demo, which may be hard to do.
How Discussing Art Improves Innovation And The Bottom Line
Looking deeply together at great art can inspire entrepreneurs to break barriers.