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Every artist, photographer or otherwise, comes to a point in their creative process where they must look elsewhere for inspiration. As such, we felt it would be a great idea to compile a list of creative photography ideas. We’re going to touch on some creative and technical strategies that might stimulate your[...]
Marketing a growing business online can look daunting but the online world is full of possibility. There are so many communities and opportunities to get involved with it’ll make your head spin. Most people think of Google and Facebook ads when they think of digital marketing but there are tons[...]
To understand what it means to bootstrap, consider Tracy DiNunzio. She didn’t have the money to launch a business, but she didn’t let that stop her. The fashion entrepreneur behind online marketplace Tradesy went from putting her bedroom on short-stay service Airbnb to scavenge startup cash to securing a $1.5 million round of venture capital in[...]
From Silicon Valley in California to Silicon Alley in New York, it may seem that those areas have cornered the market on tech genius, but don't be fooled. The internet is decentralizing business, allowing entrepreneurs to build smart, lean businesses in far-flung places. These eight places may not leap out as startup hotbeds,[...]
The Internal Revenue Service has made a new option for how to calculate your home office space deduction that is easier than it has been in the past. Yes, that’s right, the IRS made something easier. Many small-business owners have a love-hate relationship with the home-office deduction. It can be a great[...]
Immigrants have sought entrepreneurial opportunity in the U.S. since the nation was founded. But with immigration becoming a hot-button political topic, are entrepreneurs still finding business opportunities in U.S.? Recent statistics from the U.S. Small Business Administration and others shows that in the past 20 years, more people born outside the U.S.[...]
President Barack Obama says that he regrets the syntax -- but not the meaning -- of his now controversial "You didn't build that" comment. In an interview with a local NBC TV station in Virginia this week, Obama said that Republicans have misinterpreted and misused his comment for political gain.[...]
Small-business owners often depend on immigrant labor to run their companies, and many foreign-born entrepreneurs want to launch businesses here. That makes national immigration policy a prime concern for business owners in the coming election. It's also a charged and divisive political issue. When the unemployment rate is high, many Americans see[...]
The same group of tech entrepreneurs that created the "Declaration of Internet Freedom" petition earlier this summer are taking their message about an open and free internet on the road to get the attention of U.S. presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Called Internet 2012, the bus tour will kick off next month during the presidential and[...]
Entrepreneurs are usually the ones doing the pitching, talking with investors and customers. But this week, the speakers of the Republican National Convention have been appealing to and promoting entrepreneurs with enthusiasm. Even as Governor Mitt Romney formally accepted the Republican presidential nomination, introducing himself and criticizing President Barack Obama's[...]
This week, Delaware entrepreneur Sher Valenzuela landed squarely in the crosshairs of a fierce political argument over how much government is responsible for the growth of small businesses. Valenzuela, along with a handful of other small-business owners, was picked to speak Tuesday at the Republican National Convention on a day where the theme was[...]
The Small Business Administration's National Small Business Week is an annual love fest of sorts for the agency and a select group of successful entrepreneurs. But some business owners invited to this year's conference publicly expressed their frustration at the pace of economic recovery and questioned the SBA's ability to address the concerns of financially strapped[...]