Business owners share lessons learned during pandemic

Business owners share lessons learned during pandemic

Small businesses were hit hard by the pandemic. Now that COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, we’re taking a closer look at how some businesses survived and the resources available for new entrepreneurs. McKenzie Murray owns Blue Harvest Apparel in downtown San Luis Obispo. “I found this location and just didn’t want to pass up on … Read more

10 small cities to launch a side hustle or start-up: Verizon report

Small-town living has its advantages – and sometimes, that includes a surprising amount of resources and below-average costs for your side hustle or start-up dreams. That’s the case for a handful of cities with 50,000 to 75,000 people, according to Verizon Small Business’ fifth annual rankings of the best small US cities to start a … Read more

Making the Move from Medicine to Entrepreneurship

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Medical professionals of all stripes do incredible work every day – often saving people’s lives, alleviating pain or offering comfort. But sometimes, even following the many years of training required to become a licensed caregiver, one might wish to leave the profession behind and try something entirely … Read more

The Magic Of Entrepreneurship

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. It’s often said that when someone finds a job that they love they’ll never work a day in their lives, and that’s something that Oscar Owen is delighted to say about himself. However, while most entrepreneurs embark … Read more

Why Unicorn-Builders Do Better Than Unicorn-Starters

Building Unicorns getty The conventional wisdom is that there are two kinds of entrepreneurs: · Small-Midsized Business Owners (SMB): They comprise the bulk of entrepreneurs · Unicorn-Starters (U-Starters): This type uses the Silicon-Valley-style venture-development method to build a unicorn with capital-as-a-weapon. It seeks first-mover ideas, minimum viable products (MVP), product-market combinations, angel capital, (AC), and … Read more

How Singaporean built thriving toy business

“I’m not the best artist. I’m terrible,” said Jackson Aw with a sheepish laugh. That may seem ironic, given how the 32-year-old is the founder and chief executive officer of Mighty Jaxx, a designer toy company from Singapore. But to Aw, acknowledging his own shortcomings has helped him turn his start-up into a multimillion-dollar international … Read more

Three Leadership And Entrepreneurial Lessons From The Crypto Crash

Watching the crashing prices of crypto. getty Cryptocurrencies have crashed, bringing their value back to what they were in 2020, and they might continue crashing for a while. In two years, we observed a popular craving that saw most people (including me! I never want to miss a bandwagon) opening a crypto wallet to be … Read more

UW-Extension column by Amy Griel: The importance of entrepreneurship in our lives | Business

Amy Greil Extension has a long history of assisting businesses directly and more recently, in developing higher-level analysis of economic development trends. In a recent report written by Hannah Julian, Ted Callon and Tessa Conroy, Extension economic development specialist and researcher, titled “Windicators Volume 5, Number 1: The Rise Of Entrepreneurship During the Pandemic,” analysis … Read more

Microsoft finds Gen Z is redefining the idea of ​​work hustle

Inga Kjer | Photothek | Getty Images For decades Microsoft has been associated with a traditional definition of office work, long hours in front of a computer, but now the corporate enterprise giant finds Gen Z entrepreneurs disrupting ideas about workplace hustle and the traditional 9-5 day. Many recent Gen Z college graduates are flipping … Read more

entrepreneurship: How entrepreneurship cells in colleges can create studentpreneurs in India

If ever there was a word of a generation award, the term ‘entrepreneurship’ would surely be among the top probable to win the accolade. India has over 60,000 registered startups that demonstrate converting ideas into operative businesses. However, having an outlook that an idea’s translation into a startup is the only example of entrepreneurial skills … Read more