On September 25, Detroit-based entrepreneur and McClary Bros. CEO/”Shrubist Extraordinaire” Jess McClary will appear on ABC’s program “Shark Tank.” McClary Bros. produces small batches of drinking vinegars and partners with Hopeful Harvest, the for-profit arm of the nonprofit food rescue organization Forgotten Harvest. “Shark Tank” features entrepreneurs making the case for their business to a […]
Two men from San Diego and Phoenix tout the benefits of their stuffed animals that are washcloths, too, as being the perfect bath time treat for kids; a dog lover from Los Angeles takes her pup everywhere she goes with her handmade wearable sling which comes in luxurious materials and the Sharks are charmed by […]
Up until yesterday, entrepreneurs relying on their iPads to work on the go were stuck without the popular Microsoft Office suite. But yesterday, March 27, Microsoft announced Microsoft Office for iPad, which will allow entrepreneurs to slip their slim tablets into their bags and jet off to work on documents without conversion woes.
The entrepreneurs in the Shark Tank at FNC on Wednesday included “the new best thing in social media,” and a… Entrepreneurial Alliance and Innovate Mississippi were the primary sponsors of the event, which is based off the popular ABC television show “Shark Tank.” The shark tank format has a panel of judges — the sharks […]
Entrepreneurs have long been seen as job creators and innovators, but only recently did they become popular enough to grace the covers of glossy magazines.
For aspiring entrepreneurs, natural foods and products are the next big thing.
As Seen On TV, Inc. (OTCQB: ASTV), a leading multi-platform product marketing company and online shopping destination, today announced a strategic partnership with Lightning Launch, a prominent direct response product company, and Invention Home, a leading product development and marketing company for inventors and entrepreneurs. Under the arrangement, As Seen On TV will significantly increase […]
New York City-based Populence has joined forces with New Zealand winemaker Kim Crawford to create its Pinot Noir Chocolate Drizzle and Sauvignon Blanc Kettle. The non-alcoholic snacks were inspired by the fact that Populence founder Maggie Paulus noticed that her wares were especially popular for wine pairing parties.
Rene Syler is the perfect example of someone who had success on national television and was fired, hit rock bottom trying to stay in an industry that just didn’t fit anymore and then created her own career built around her own unique brand online.
Now, every upstart technology chief executive is going to try to win the next lottery the way Tumblr did. And about 99 percent will fail.
One of Canada’s best-known entrepreneurs and its largest media company are getting together on a project aimed at helping new businesses take off.
Midwestern entrepreneurs interested in starting their own food business can learn how to begin and grow their enterprise at a Purdue Extension workshop in Indianapolis.
Those of us who have large investments in private businesses aren’t like typical savers. We need a different strategy for our personal investments. Most personal finance experts tell a fairly consistent story about the need to build a diversified investment portfolio focused on long-term growth.
This is a guest post by Chris Hollindale, co-founder and CTO of Hasty. Hasty is a seed-funded stealth startup whose mission is to improve the health of humanity. If you’re an entrepreneur, …
How many new jobs do entrepreneurs create? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, startups in their first year of existence currently create around 2.5 million new jobs a year in the U.S., but that’s down by nearly half from the boom times.
Most startups fail. Few startups matter. Yet every great company began as a startup, from Thomas Alva Edison’s lab in New Jersey to Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard’s garage in Palo Alto, Calif. And every entrepreneur likewise started out as an unknown.
As a consultant, I’ve had the privilege of helping countless entrepreneurs achieve growth and greatness over the years. Along the way, I’ve seen many instances of what I call “The False Start”— companies that seem to be getting off the ground and taking their competitors by storm, only to quickly fall short.
A star team of entrepreneurs are set to dazzle attendees as part of SXSW Film’s inaugural Startup Alley. Some of the brightest stars in the entertainment startup world, these entrepreneurs are changing the ways that films are funded, produced, distributed, and viewed.