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Immigrants are more likely to become small business owners than others. There are several explanations as to why. One theory is that immigrants have a hard time integrating into the networks that lead to good jobs, and resort to...
Immigrants are more likely to become small business owners than others. There are several explanations as to why. One theory is that immigrants have a hard time integrating into the networks that lead to good jobs, and resort to...
You can crowdfund your small business or new product by pre-selling on Kickstarter and other sites, but at the moment you can't raise equity using crowdfunding, at least not in the U.S. This is about to change. Historic Changes to...
Any business is going to face competition. Even the big, successful businesses have faced some aspect of competition during their journey to become the best. Just because the business is big, doesn’t mean that they have any shortage of...
So you’ve decided to take the plunge. Maybe you have a product to offer that you haven’t seen on the market yet. Or maybe you have a product or idea that’s already out there, but you believe you can...
You may find yourself sitting on a sum of money without knowing what to do with it. Maybe you don’t need it. Maybe you want to invest it in something and watch it grow. What better way to do...
Some people tell us that it can be difficult to understand LaunchScore's estimates, despite our detailed "how it works page". In this post, I'm going to try to explain it by comparing it to what Zillow does with Zestimates. Zillow,...
Many would-be entrepreneurs are being kept back by the non-competes they signed with their employers or former employers. However, often, non-competes are not actually binding agreements. In particular, if a employer or former employer does not make special payments...
Physicist Geoffrey West has found that simple, mathematical laws govern the properties of cities -- that wealth, crime rate, walking speed and many other aspects of a city can be deduced from a single number: the city's population. In...