There’s actually a lot of overlap between the creative and entrepreneurial worlds, writes April Chen, a student at Babson College and co-founder of Gentle.
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The female founders of The Muse, WayUp and Policygenius share their best advice, including: “It takes grit to be great.”
The owner of Detroit chocolate shop Bon Bon Bon says entrepreneurship has allowed her to pursue her passion and design the travel-filled, dog-friendly life she wants.
The owner of Oatmeals, a New York City oatmeal restaurant, says the growth of her business has been the realization of long-held dream.
MooMotion’s Melissa Moo Harkins, who makes clothing for female triathletes, says she’s thrilled she ditched a Wall Street career for one that lets her help women.
Our friends at Funders and Founders have put together an infographic that lists several useful (and fundable) venture ideas.
If you’re having second thoughts about being an entrepreneur, James Waldinger, CEO of Artivest, says to let passion be your guide.
Serial entrepreneur Jennifer Walsh says don’t let fear stop you from trying.
Can you succeed in business if networking or sales calls give you nightmares? Our panel says yes.
Our team of experts provide tips for conquering your biggest personal startup challenges.
When you have a startup challenge that needs conquering, these experts can help.
The female entrepreneur/designer offered advice to Babson College’s graduates.
Forget detailed planning. Moving quickly is essential if you’ve got an idea, says author Patti Johnson.
DC Home Buzz founder Ati Williams offers advice to female entrepreneurs.
Business coach Ann Mehl recommends asking yourself three questions to live the life you intend.