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Solopreneurship

by Thursday Bram on April 27, 2011

Life Doesn’t Stop and Neither Does Business

by Thursday Bram on April 27, 2011

Is it necessary for women entrepreneurs to give up their businesses when they start a family?

by Dea Surjadi on September 30, 2010

Young Entrepreneurs: A Conversation With Lauren Rich

by Dea Surjadi on September 30, 2010

Can you tell me more about you, your company, and how it got started? I’ve always been pretty independent and entrepreneurial, so starting a business came naturally to me. I attribute these characteristics in large part to the dedication, hard work and competitive nature gained from figure skating growing up, as well as building a [...]

by Shonali Burke on July 29, 2010

Five Tips To Build Your Business Smarts

by Shonali Burke on July 29, 2010

Once upon a boot camp the young entrepreneur with the growing company and the old advisor with many entrepreneurs as clients came together to talk about building a business successfully. Image: (CC) Shashi Bellamkonda Here’s what you can learn from their mistakes. Blunder #1: Being too cheap in the early stages Whether you are an [...]

by Shonali Burke on March 19, 2010

From Me to We: Growing a Solopreneur Business

by Shonali Burke on March 19, 2010

Since 2007, life as a marketing practitioner has been all about me, myself and I. No we’re not talking conceit — we’re talking running a business as a one (wo)man army. This “solopreneur” structure actually worked quite well in the beginning. Back then, my very small business began with just one tiny client. Soon there [...]