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How to Start a Business in Colorado
By Julianna Lopez | December 21, 2021

If you want to start a business in Colorado, you should first understand the challenges and opportunities unique to entrepreneurs in the state.

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8 Steve Jobs Quotes Every Entrepreneur Should Live By
By Brittney Morgan | December 14, 2021

Looking for inspiration? These quotes from Steve Jobs are sure to inspire any leader, business owner or entrepreneur.

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Tips Black Women Business Owners Have for Black Female Entrepreneurs
By Simone Johnson | December 10, 2021

Black women are starting more businesses than any other group, but they need support to help them grow. Here are tips from five Black female entrepreneurs.

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Why Troublemaker Kids Make Great Entrepreneurs
By Jeanette Mulvey | December 08, 2021
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5 Things Your Small Business Could Learn from ‘Bob’s Burgers’
By Brittney Morgan | December 06, 2021

The hit Fox show is more than just a cartoon — it's a fun, relatable and even inspiring portrayal of what it's like to run a small business.

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Entrepreneurship Defined: What It Means to Be an Entrepreneur
By Max Freedman | December 01, 2021

The entrepreneurial spirit goes beyond owning a business. It is a way of life and perspective all its own. Here's what it means to be an entrepreneur.

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Meet Measure, the Pioneers of Drones as a Service
By Adam Uzialko | December 01, 2021

Measure is pioneering the drones as a service space, which is making UAVs more accessible to companies that are hesitant to maintain their own fleet.

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What It Really Costs When Walmart Comes to Town
By Brandi Calero-Holmes | December 01, 2021

Walmart brings advantages and disadvantages to local communities. Learn the true meaning of a Walmart economy and if Walmart is bad for America.

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What You Should Know About Company Mergers
By Skye Schooley | November 19, 2021

Learn the ins and outs of a company merger and the various types of mergers businesses form.

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From Jibbitz to Geopalz, Entrepreneur Combines Savvy and Luck
By Adam Uzialko | November 19, 2021
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How Your Parents Helped Make You an Entrepreneur
By Jeanette Mulvey | October 18, 2021
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Personality Traits You Need to Start a Business
By Katharine Paljug | October 12, 2021

These qualities are beneficial to have when you're becoming your own boss.

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Property Leases: What SMBs Need to Know
By Jennifer Post | March 17, 2021

Do your research before signing anything, and understand that you need to be even more informed than your landlord.

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25 Affordable Gifts for the Entrepreneur in Your Life
By Kiely Kuligowski | December 02, 2020

Get your entrepreneurial loved one what they really want. Here are 25 great gift ideas, all for less than $40.

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How to Start a Business in Arizona
By Paula Fernandes | May 18, 2020

If you plan on starting a business in Arizona, you should be aware of these key challenges and opportunities in the state.

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What Is an Elevator Pitch?
By Adam Uzialko | May 10, 2020

An elevator pitch sums up unique aspects of your business or personal brand and gets a conversation started.

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Entrepreneur or Small Business Owner: Which One Are You?
By Adam Uzialko | March 05, 2020

A 2015 study finds that the difference between being an entrepreneur and a business owner lies in your company's legal status.

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Family and Friends Provide a Key Lifeline for Entrepreneurs
By Adam Uzialko | February 24, 2020

Many business owners get by with a little help from their friends. Bank of America explored how they feel about it.

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Businessman President: The Entrepreneurial Spirit in the Oval Office
By Matt D’Angelo | February 14, 2020

Many U.S. presidents were businessmen before or after their presidential terms. Here's a list of presidents with the entrepreneurial spirit.

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Businesses Owned by Women Grow Twice as Fast
By Andrew Martins | September 23, 2019

Nearly 13 million U.S. small businesses are owned by women, hiring 9.4 million people and generating $1.9 trillion in revenue, according to a new survey.

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How to Start a Business in Georgia
By Adam Uzialko | September 12, 2019

Considering starting a business in Georgia? We interviewed SMBs, lenders and development organizations to bring you this comprehensive GA business guide.

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Entrepreneurial Traits That Lead to Success
By Siri Hedreen | July 24, 2019

A good idea is one thing, but investors want to see a leader who can bring it to fruition. Check out the top entrepreneurial traits for success.

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Valuing Family as the Root of Business
By Sammi Caramela | December 11, 2017

Randy Simon's father Freddy always wanted to open a burger restaurant, but never got the chance while he was raising six children and working full-time. Years later, Randy helped make his father's...

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Father Knew Best: Entrepreneurs Tell How Dad Inspired Them
By Adam Uzialko | June 18, 2015

Dads had a lot to do with creating our entrepreneurial spirit

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Entrepreneur’s Flatware for Cancer Patients Wins ‘Cool Idea’ Prize
By Chad Brooks | December 16, 2011

Ohio-based inventor wins free prototype creation