The Future of Work Hinges on Reinventing This Crucial Founder Relationship

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. “Work” in 2022 is not the “work” of yesteryear. Technology and the pandemic have changed not only the landscape (that is, how and where we work), but also behaviors and attitudes about it. One example of this is how we share crucial, from-the-trenches business knowledge in order … Read more

The Future of Networking – Predictions From a Networking App Entrepreneur

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. One of the most significant challenges that both established and new entrepreneurs face is connecting with the right people and curating a genuine business network that will lead to mutually beneficial growth and progress. The saying goes for all industries worldwide, “It’s not always what you know, … Read more

5 Ways to Lower the Gap in Funding for Women and BIPOC Entrepreneurs

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Despite headlines proclaiming growth and progress, the funding gap for female and BIPOC-founded startups remains significant. Halfway through 2021, the funding for US startups led by Black women had already outpaced the total from 2018 (the previous five-year high), but the $ 494 million raised at that … Read more

How to Identify the Pain Points That Make Customers Decide What They’re Going to Buy

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. All marketers and business owners share the same pressing concern: understanding their pain points and therefore respond to their unique wants and needs. Pain points often come down to issues such as wanting to reduce how much they spend on products or services, needing help to accomplish … Read more

James Dyson Created 5,127 Versions of a Product That Failed Before Finally Succeeding. His Tenacity Reveals a Secret of Entrepreneurship.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT | Getty Images “Failure is interesting – it’s part of making progress. You never learn from success, but you do learn from failure. ” – James Dyson, British inventor Imagine spending five years of your life creating 5,127 versions of a product that failed. That’s … Read more

Infinitely Growing Your Business With Gratitude

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It’s common for people to talk about practicing gratitude as part of your journey to success. But why do they say this, and what scientific basis (if any) is there for their claims? Infinitely growing your business with gratitude is just a load of impractical, new-age, “woo-woo” … Read more

Baseball and Business Need Metrics to Hit a Home Run

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a young girl living in New York, I was always fascinated with baseball. I wasn’t interested in playing baseball, but I was interested in managing the baseball team. My fondness for baseball came from attending games at Yankee Stadium. From the hot dog stands, to the … Read more

Business Trends Entrepreneurs Must Know

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The entrepreneurial spirit continues to grow in every part of the world, even as governments pursue policies that discourage small and medium-sized businesses. People are becoming more and more comfortable with starting new ventures on their own, whether they want to work less or need more flexibility. … Read more