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These 3 Levels of Trust Will Make or Break Your Business.

Creating a virtuous circle of trust in your business and with future franchisees can be a practical process of clear steps.

A Quirky Brand Name, Coupled With a Creative Module Does Wonders

Jeff Bezos had looked through the dictionary to settle for Amazon, not only because its sounds 'exotic and different' but also because its start with 'A', so alphabetically too it would be on the top of the charts.

Sugandh Bahl

Things Every Linkedin Post Needs For Business or Network Growth

To make most of the platform one needs to have certain awareness and also plan ahead

7 Companies Reinventing 'Old' Fields With New Tech

Meet the entrepreneurs behind instant relationship coaching, automatic coupon code testing, online wedding registries and more.

Hayden Field

This Former Wall Streeter Turned Down $2 Million and Pays Herself Less Than Her Interns So She Can Build Her Company on Her Terms

Kimberley Ho is a former Wall Street investor who launched her own direct-to-consumer family skincare company, Evereden.

5 Entrepreneurial Truths You Must Experience to Understand

There's no substitute for real-world learning. Here are a few lessons to watch for along your path to success.

Staying in Your Lane: Why Startups Must Stay Focused

Your company can't solve every problem for every consumer. Make intentional decisions about which opportunities you'll pursue.

Guy Goldstein

This TV Star Discovered His Business Passion at 6 Years Old

Nicole Sawyer got the inside scoop on Mike Wolfe's favorite place to eat a hot dog, the scariest pick ever and one thing that is not worth collecting anymore.

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10 Lessons From Billion-Dollar 'Unicorn' Startups

Great success begins with founding teams that create solutions to improve daily life.

Deep Patel

5 Ways to Get a Journalist to Respond to Your Pitch

You can be heard, you can get great responses to your pitch, you can find the right approach -- however -- you'll rarely recover from being annoying.

Kristin Marquet

How Indian Couples in Business Are Breaking Age-old Myths

One plus one is no longer two but the new 11, and as they say two great minds seldom differ.