Few people enjoy writing a business plan but it’s a great “sobriety test” for entrepreneurs with new ideas and a must if you plan to approach invest…
To be a successful entrepreneur, one must have a special combination of traits to successfully navigate the ups and downs of running a business.
The success of any start-up relies on how it fares during its first six months or so which is considered to be the most challenging period.
The goal is to be at a networking function that has a room full of potential clients.
The entrepreneur embraces risk in every facet of their life and it is what drives them to perform.
Entrepreneurs are prone to accept, and some suggest enjoy, the lack of safety engendered by taking risks that would be nightmarish for normal folks.
Selling the dream is all part of the sizzle that will sell an entrepreneur’s dream to investors.
Most investors have seen many business plans so make yours standout and get that much-needed backing.
Starting a business will consume all your energy, with planning often consisting of surviving from day-to-day.
No matter how exciting your venture may be, its survival depends on established cash-management strategies.
Recording meeting minutes can help you assess the quality of meetings and turn them from costs into company assets.