Along with offering other tips and strategies, the Bright Hub Entrepreneurship Channel has a dedicated portal that includes interviews and stories of successful entrepreneurs. Learn from their mistakes as well as their strategies as they share some of the secrets that have propelled them to success. If you’re drawn to the field of social entrepreneurship, be sure to check out the advice offered by Hildy Gottlieb, founder of the world’s first diaper bank. Also, learn how the Dabbawalas managed to become an entrepreneurial role model, despite having very limited education and access to resources. If you’re more technically inclined, you may want to check out this rundown of the top ten Internet entrepreneurs and the strategies they used to achieve their success.
New startups and old established businesses are turning to subscription services as a way of generating consistent revenue. Does this trend have staying power?
There are three companies that rise above all other companies by eliminating people’s need to do research for themselves when making purchasing decisions. These three companies then offer both a platform for an individual to make a purchase and also free up time in busy people’s lives.
Although not all of us can be entrepreneurs in the traditional sense, many of us need to be entrepreneurial about our own career path. Learn how an entrepreneurial spirit can help you get ahead at work and really sell your skills in an interview.
There is some truth behind the adage “strength in numbers”, but maybe it’s time to create a new philosophy that there is “strength in unlikely numbers.” Some pretty unlikely business partnerships have been formed over the years and as a result, have created some of the biggest companies around.
Everyone has heard about famous family businesses; names like Hilton, Trump and the Walton family (Walmart) are well-known across the world. But what about the not so well-known family businesses that made it big? Jean Scheid offers up 10 that may surprise you!
Venturing into a profit-making speculation requires a keen perception of the business potentials and an assimilation of the risks to be taken. Consider the relevance of this concept while exploring the lessons that can be learned about the landmark moments in the American history of entrepreneurship
You don’t need big money to build a big business! Instead, what you need is a big idea. And the more strange or creative your idea, the more earning potential it has. We’re all set to prove that strange ideas can often mean successful businesses. Keep reading…
Yogi Berra! What’s a baseball player got to do with business? Maybe nothing directly, but his quotes often seem to hold business relevance. Not convinced? Keep reading and we’ll interpret his quotes to show you how they can be used as business or entrepreneurial advice.
Entrepreneurial endeavors have created a rich history of overcoming adversity and setting the stage for a lot of modern developments we take for granted. Want to know more about how these historic entrepreneurs have affected your life? Take our quiz and find out!
A common thread running through the lives of these digital business leaders is that most dropped out of school to chase their dreams. Did school bore them or did they fear their creative spark would be extinguished by academia? Learn more about the inner drives of these entrepreneurial super stars.