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Reed's Inc. founder Chris Reed describes why creating a really unique product is a more successful, and exciting, waym to conquer a market.
Want to stay ahead of the curve? Check out these books on design, digital advertising, and the psychology of habit-forming products.
Looking to hire talented young people? Try your luck in one of these cities, which are attracting grads like magnets.
Smart companies use every opportunity to infuse positive language into their daily culture.
The best way is to not only share ridiculously captivating content but also present it in the ideal way.
Starting a business from the ground up is difficult. To greatly increase your chances of success, consider buying a business and building on an already established brand.
What can Foo Fighters front man and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl teach tech entrepreneurs about achieving escape velocity? More than you might think.
According to recent data, women continue to face the most adversity in the South, Northwest and Midwestern regions of the country.
Crowdfunding and micro-financing unlock more than just capital. They also build entrepreneurial confidence, create mentorships, and reveal hidden customer bases.
Just like any bank, Kiva has a system of auditors on the ground to ensure all borrowers and lenders are playing fair across their site.
The mobile-ready world has brought many fantastic things--including the capability to work from home in hundreds (if not thousands) of capacities.
Kiva president Premal Shah spoke with Inc.'s Eric Schurenberg about the drawbacks, successes, and future of micro-financing.
Tequila Avion founder Ken Austin encourages his employees to be highly innovative and involved in the decision making process which boosts productivity.
Whether you're a seasoned thought leader in management or you just scored your first management title, everyone can use a little encouragement, inspiration, and role modeling.
What carries you through to the finish is determination and persistence to manifest your idea to life.
Can you hang on to what made your company great in the first place, even as you scale up? Author and Stanford management professor Bob Sutton explains how it's done.
Some very successful leadership changes over the past few years suggest that technical prowess belongs in the CEO's seat.
Neuroscience and neurobiology prove that women make better decisions under stress, which means most of the time in the business world.
Fundraising for main street business is almost as hard as tech startups.