Business in Action, 9th Ed.
Chapter 6: Entrepreneurship and Small-Business Ownership
"When I was designing ChattyPeople, my chatbot building platform, I realized this: No product survives meeting the customer.
Is Jon Evans' belief that "the startup gold rush of the last ten years is over," still accurate?
"If you feel like you are always working but not advancing in your career one successful entrepreneur has a solution.
"Business Insider spoke with eight 20-something entrepreneurs named to the 2017 Forbes 30 under 30 list who know what it takes to start a company from the ground up.
"Motorists driving through Lake George may notice the signature orange roof of a Howard Johnson's hotel as they pass through.
"Most startups toil away in stealth mode on new products and services with an Apple-esque fear of news leaks," begins Haje Jan Kamps (photo, left) in a piece at TechCrunch.
"Starting a business is exciting, and when you're laying the groundwork for a new venture while you're still working full time, that excitement can make the wait unbearable.
"Over time, we adopt rules, habits, and phrases that guide us toward the goals we have set for ourselves, helping us to become the type of people we want to be, and for our businesses to follow suit," writes Melanie Deziel (photo, left), a contributor at Inc.
"That’s not an easy question to answer—especially if you don’t know someone personally.
"On the surface, this seems like a major problem, but a lack of personal capital shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your dreams.
"Calling it the most transformative experience of his entrepreneurial life, 29-year-old Colin Grussing [photo, left] has officially made good on a dizzying vow: to build a new business every week for one year.
"Companies can become more agile by designing their organizations both to drive speed and create stability.
"Tales of the tech unicorn’s impending demise might be somewhat exaggerated.
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"After reinventing the wheel for myself time and time again I’ve come to realize that the secret to millennial success in the business world is a combination of grit and creative thinking.
"Analyze your start-up like an actuary.
According to Bill Reichert, "Most entrepreneurs should just throw out their elevator pitches and start over.
Julie Bawden Davis (photo, left) reports on the trend.
Paco Underhill (photo, left) reports on the topic of "more vs.
"Your boss told you to “think outside the box.
Geoff Colvin reports at Fortune.
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From their "About" section, "Hispanic Executive is more than a magazine, it’s a union of leaders in the fastest-growing market in America.