For entrepreneurs in under-served communities, having a sound business plan is even more critical given the barriers to entry. This goes hand in hand with the value of choosing a good mentor...or mentors. Mentorship for new and inexperienced founders may need to take several forms including financial, management, planning, and more.[...]
Innovation isn't just for large enterprises. Small companies can make game-changing and disruptive impact in many industries that create new opportunities and industries.[...]
In this blog post, we’ll explore the origins of greenhouse gas accounting, its mechanics, its significance for businesses, and offer guidance on practicing it effectively while avoiding common pitfalls.
In this blog post, we'll explore the origins of greenhouse gas accounting, its mechanics, its significance for businesses, and offer guidance on practicing it effectively while avoiding common[...]
While no two founders are alike, there are many uncannily similar traits among entrepreneurs. These traits span time and culture and entrepreneurs often cluster or "swarm" challenges in a collaboration of scale and effort.[...]
Choosing a business mentor that matches an entrepreneur means matching the right people. But that doesn't mean they should be a mirror image. They should challenge, offer constructive criticism, and even point out flaws. When styles are too aligned there is risk for complacency, and a little constructive discomfort can help founders break through.[...]