13 May 2010 2 Comments

Jupiter and Start-ups

Jupiter losing one of it’s stripes is a lesson for start-up entrepreneurs.

13 April 2010 1 Comment

Failure: It’s All In The Math

Failure is a crucial filter for ideas. This post looks at failure as an idea filter from both a large organization’s and start-up’s perspective.

15 February 2010 12 Comments

Are You an Entrepreneur?

Entrepreneurship resides in a different dimension than working ” 9 to 5″. You must adapt when you become an entrepreneur after working for someone else. This article highlights some key considerations that may be of interest.

10 February 2010 0 Comments

An Easy Way to Build Your Own Website

Okay, so you want a website for your start-up. It’s expensive to hire a professional web developer. Perhaps a little too expensive for a bootstrapping start-up. Don’t worry, there is an easy way for you to build a website that will look professional, be search engine optimized, and be more than adequate for your business […]

12 November 2009 0 Comments

Amazon, Sony, Cool-er???

When you think about e-book readers you think about Amazon’s Kindle or the Sony Reader. However there is a cooler cat in town. A new start-up is mixing it up with the big boys and holding their own. The Cool-er e-reader is a product that challenges the “big tw0” of the e-reader world.

28 October 2009 1 Comment

How to Start a Small Business

How to start a small business. That is the question most people ask when thinking about starting a business (checked it out on Wordtracker). Does it seem strange to you? Do you think that this question suggests something on the subconscious level?

29 September 2009 0 Comments

Why It Makes Sense To Be Hands On With Your Internet Marketing

It’s definitely worth it to invest the time and energy into understanding basic web development. This will greatly help you when developing and implementing your online marketing strategy. If you or a co-founder can do most of the web development in-house you can make the appropriate changes that your analysis (you must track everything) deems […]

20 June 2009 2 Comments

The Art of Pitching Investors

When pitching investors all is not as it initially seems. Top level investors will engage you on many levels. They will ask you awkward questions in order to observe your response. It’s up to you to exude confidence and be able to handle anything that they throw at you. Your body language to your tone […]

28 May 2009 0 Comments

The A-Team: Ultimate Bootstrap Entrepreneurs!

There are many similarities between the A-Team and a new start-up.

26 May 2009 3 Comments

Your personal expenses relate to your business expenses

As a start-up entrepreneur you should look at you own personal lifestyle and expenses. You don’t have a regular income as a start-up entrepreneur as you do when in full-time employment. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to look at how you spend money in your private life.