Selling your business? Do these 6 things now.

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. According to Small Business Administration data, more than half of small business owners in the US are over age 50. Because of this, many of us are starting to think ahead and possibly one day sell our businesses. That’s why research site BizBuySell reported that the … Read more

3 traits every successful entrepreneur should have

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I recently came across an interesting graphic that describes a day in the life of an entrepreneur. As you can imagine, the line graph of thoughts and emotions was erratic, with data points representing a battery of ups and downs related to business ownership. At first … Read more

Everything You Really Need to Start a Business, According to This Art Book Entrepreneur

In this ongoing series, we’re sharing advice, tips, and insights from true entrepreneurs out there fighting business battles on a daily basis. (Responses have been edited and condensed for clarity.) Who are you and what is your business? My name is Kim Bjørn, designer, musician, author, CEO and founder of Bjooks, a Danish publisher that … Read more

How to become a successful author-entrepreneur

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You are nestled in a bustling cafe, surrounded by the delicious aroma of freshly brewed coffee, the melody of the keyboard keys clicking and the flow of your imagination flowing like waves breaking on the ocean. Whether you’re in an East London cafe by the canal, … Read more

The future of e-commerce isn’t personalization—this is it.

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you have trouble remembering when e-commerce didn’t exist, congratulations. You are normal. Still, the environment is evolving as we speak, with retailers now building their own ad platforms. The future of the industry is using first-party data on these platforms — without compromising customer privacy … Read more

The benefits of mixing family and business

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. There is a classic expression that one should not mix family and business; However, some of the most powerful entrepreneurial duos were related in some way. So, in 2014, when I decided to co-found a company with my brother, I wasn’t sure what to expect. We … Read more

Should You Hire an Invention Development Consultant?

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Invention development is a fast-paced, risky endeavor that produces many spikes when a new idea emerges. It can also be full of lows, especially when those epiphanies hit a snag in the planning or execution phase. While mistakes and learning curves are an inevitable part of … Read more

How this high school graduate became a real estate mogul

Zev Freidus is the President of ZFC Real Estate. He sat down with Jessica Abo to discuss how he’s using technology to change the housing market. Jessica Abo: Zev, you grew up on a farm and are one of nine children. What can you tell us about it? Growing up on the farm in a … Read more

5 essential tips for starting a successful Web 3.0 business

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The internet has undergone significant changes since its inception and we are now on the verge of the next significant revolution in digital technology – Web 3.0. Web 3.0, also known as the decentralized web, is poised to revolutionize online interactions by providing a more secure, … Read more

4 Ways to Approach and Avoid This Startup Killer

The opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Technical debt occurs when development teams take shortcuts to speed up delivery and build code that later needs to be refactored, i.e., prioritizing speed over perfect code. It’s also a tool for moving forward, and if you choose to have technical debt, it must have strategy, … Read more