Mark Cuban on the Big Fundraising Mistake Too Many Entrepreneurs Make

Mark Cuban has some surprising advice about raising startup capital: Don’t do it.  During a conversation with Fast Company editor-in-chief Stephanie Mehta at SXSW Online this week, the Shark Tank host and investor in more than 250 companies said that entrepreneurs should launch their new businesses with the means they already have and worry about funding later. […]


From Maximizing PPP to Beating Imposter Syndrome, Women Entrepreneurs Come Together to Share Their Best Advice to Power Through the Pandemic

There’s little doubt that the pandemic has hit women-owned businesses harder. Women are more likely to own an operation in the harder-hit service sector and bear the burden of increased childcare. “There are only so many hours in a day. So do the math, that’s less time to put toward their business,” says Jill Sasso, […]


Plant-Based Foods Are Our Future, And Entrepreneurs Are Helping Us Make The Shift

The success of companies like Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat has drawn attention to the plant-based protein sector. And recently Bill Gates said that because of the climate effects of beef production, wealthier countries should completely shift to plant-based synthetic beef.  The plant-based movement signals a significant shift in the way people are eating and understanding the […]


Teen Basketball Trainer Ryan Ang Has Some Tips for Other Young Entrepreneurs

February 19, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Some might assume that young entrepreneurs, especially teenage entrepreneurs, wouldn’t necessarily have what it takes to start a business and keep it running, especially past the five-year mark. After all, they don’t generally have the same discipline, connections and finances as their […]


Why Entrepreneurs Need Writing Skills (and How to Improve Yours)

January 22, 2021 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Entrepreneurs need to be a number of things: persistent, resourceful, creative and tolerant to risk. But, do they need to be good writers? Many would say no, defining “a good writer” as someone who can spell and knows the difference between your and you’re. Others would simply […]