Small Business and Entrepreneur
Three University of Texas at El Paso students hope to turn a Nobel
Prize-winning material into a multimillion-dollar business tied to a low-cost,
environmentally friendly technology for recycling water.
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business will
launch the fourth annual Tayloe Murphy Resilience Awards this month.
owners recognize that creativity is paramount in besting their competitors and
engaging their customers.
Entrepreneurs acknowledge the importance of a digital presence, but sometimes lack expertise in applying the latest social media techniques to their businesses.
Groupon co-founder and former Chief Executive Andrew Mason is heading to San Francisco to work with entrepreneurs and launch a new company.
Like it or not, businesses are being evaluated through social media by the public. Web searches show good, bad and even ugly evaluations.
TechStars, a Boulder, Colo.-based startup accelerator, is bringing its boot camp for entrepreneurs to Austin.
With a successful launch in Austin, TX since its debut at South by Southwest Festival, Localeur today announced plans to expand into Houston on May 31. The startup is timing its launch in
advance of the buzz worthy indie music festival, Free Press Summer Fest, which takes place June 1-2 in Houston.
Groupon Inc. said Tuesday that it has started offering its point-of-sale system to all brick-and-mortar businesses, building on an important part of its strategy to tackle every aspect of local commerce.
Picture this: You're browsing in your favorite store -- Macy's, say, or Moosejaw -- and you stop before an item that interests you. Ping! goes your smartphone, and you find a coupon for that very item.
A serial tech entrepreneur has been chosen to lead Savannah's creative
The Pocono Record asked members of the community what advice they could
give to college graduates headed into the real world.
Tis the season of advice, at least for college graduates.
The recent New Business Founders' Outlook on the Economy and Hiring from Kauffman and LegalZoom found that in 2013's first quarter, 84 percent of entrepreneurs were confident that their businesses would be more profitable in the next 12 months.
Believing that entrepreneurs are the backbone of the nation, a group of Texas business owners have banded together to help others.