Articles

April 29th, 2015

PovertyCure: From Aid to Enterprise

Do we really help people, communities and countries by sending them aid?  A group of academics, activists, theologians and business leaders believe more harm than good is often the result of international aid. PovertyCure is an international network of organizations and individuals seeking...

October 13th, 2011

U.S. Students' Entrepreneurial Energy Waiting to Be Tapped

A Gallup Student Poll found that many students have entrepreneurial ambitions that could drive future job creation. Yet many students are not getting the education and work experience they need to achieve their goals.

September 28th, 2011

Better Ideas Through Failure

Is it safe to fail in your company? This challenging WSJ article reports that that failure, and how how companies deal with it, is a key component to innovation.

via Inc.
September 20th, 2011

Advice for Entrepreneurs: How to Read a Term Sheet

Inc. Magazine warns entrepreneurs not to be so quick to sign on the dotted line when you receive a funding offer from an investor. You could end up diluting your shares and losing control of your board. This article provides help to entrepreneurs in reading and understanding a the...

September 20th, 2011

Advice for Entrepreneurs: Negotiating with Investors

This series of articles explain how start-up ventures can negotiate a great deal with Series A investors.

September 20th, 2011

Do Military Veterans Make Better Entrepreneurs?

A recent report put out by the SBA’s Office of Advocacy found that veterans are 45% more likely to be self-employed than those that did not serve. The report addresses the question of whether the propensity for veteran entrepreneurship is a result of nature or nurture. The “nature” argument...