These women entrepreneurs didn’t pick their families, but ended up picking their sisters (or brothers) to be business partners
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Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation outlines types of nonprofits and how to seek nonprofit status if you’re not interested in a for-profit business.
When it come to social entrepreneurship, successful startups Warby Parker, TOMS and Casper have proven that you can build good into your business model.
April Chen, a recent graduate of Babson College, looks back on balancing a startup business with student life.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com answers a frequent question from small business owners, about the type of business they should form.
In a conversation at Policygenius’s new office, CEO Jennifer Fitzgerald talks about her entrepreneurial journey — and why she’s built an insurance platform only a millennial could love.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com provides a step-by-step tutorial for business owners on how to start an LLC, or limited liability company.
Author Stephanie Krikorian on how artists, writers, actors and designers can shake the “unemployed” reputation and get respect (and legal protection).
Ann Mei Chang, author of Lean Impact, says those looking to start a nonprofit or social enterprise should fall in love with the problem.
If you’re interested in becoming a solo entrepreneur, check out this list of highest-earning business ideas.
Myles Ma of Policygenius explains how to build your own benefits package, including health insurance for small business owners.
That favorite restaurant, where you’ve enjoyed dinner? It might just be the best place to do your remote work.
Follow these three steps to avoid hard-to-pronounce or silly names…like “Safetynuts,” says Jennifer Fitzgerald of Policygenius.
The female founders of The Muse, WayUp and Policygenius share their best advice, including: “It takes grit to be great.”
Here’s a hint: You’ll likely need this before opening a bank account.