Tag Archive | Business

Entrepreneurs Who Go It Alone — By Choice

Keep an eye out for Venture Start’s new domain, coming soon. Not every Entrepreneur wants a business partner, and not everyone NEEDS a business partner. Some industries are less physically demanding and require less literal heavy lifting than others, like tech vs. manufacturing, even if they require the same amount of figurative heavy lifting. Some […]

Failure Is Not An Option, Or Is It?

“Failure is not an option!” How many of us have been told that, or thought it, or even said it ourselves? The quote was made famous for an entire generation by Gene Kranz’s character in the movie Apollo 13. Yes, I just dated myself, but go see the movie anyway. It will teach you a […]

Choosing The Right Business Parter

The third article in a series on the steps to starting a venture This post was written after Writing the Business Plan, but choosing a business partner can happen before or after writing a business plan. The order is less important than what takes place at each step. Choosing the right business partner can be […]

Writing the Business Plan

The second article in a series on the steps to starting a venture. You’ve got your idea; that’s Where It All Begins. After deciding to move forward with your idea and turn it into a business, you have to do two things: find a business partner and write a business plan. VentureStart will discuss finding […]

Top 10 Incubators/Accelerators

There’s a fundamental difference between incubators and accelerators. It’s important to understand the difference so that you know what to expect and know what you’re getting yourself and your startup into. It’s also important to remember that each incubator and accelerator has its own personality and style, so be sure to research that as well. […]

Originally posted on Business & Money:
The U.S. government is being strangled by partisan politics. Youth employment is at a 60-year low. Student-loan debt is approaching $1 trillion (and default rates are rising quickly). Yet young Americans are far more optimistic about the country’s future than the pundits would have you believe — and they are…