50 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs There are many websites out there that can help entrepreneurs grow a bigger, better business--but there are many more time-suck websites. How can you tell the difference? By depending on a cheat sheet for the best websites for entrepreneurs. Here, a cheat sheet of 50 to get you started: 1.
Bootstrap, most famous CSS framework Get the lowdown on the key pieces of Bootstrap's infrastructure, including our approach to better, faster, stronger web development. HTML5 doctype Bootstrap makes use of certain HTML elements and CSS properties that require the use of the HTML5 doctype. Include it at the beginning of all your projects.
6 TED Talks Every Entrepreneur Should Watch TED.com is just about the best place to hang out online if you have a few minutes to kill. That's because it offers free recorded lectures given by brilliant people doing amazing things in areas including technology, entertainment, design, business, science, and global issues. And what's cool about it is the talks are tagged so if you're in the mood for something inspiring or funny, for example, you can get just the kinds of videos to do the trick. Here are a handful of insightful TED talks posted this year that every entrepreneur should check out. Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work Psychologist Shawn Achor doubles as a comedian in this talk, during which he says the lens through which your brain views the world shapes your reality.
Should Startups Blog? An Essay (with Data) to Decide Once & For All Visit a startup’s website, and you’ll eventually drift towards a few standard links, from About to Team to Contact. But among those options, appearing on almost every site, is one link that simply doesn’t belong with the rest: “Blog.” Don’t misunderstand, it’s not the fact that a startup’s blog exists that’s so troubling. Instead, it’s why it usually exists and why it gets lumped together with all those other basic navigation links — namely, because many startups launch blogs simply because they’re “supposed to.” As a result, most sit idly, gathering digital dust, perhaps getting the occasional company news article, but never gaining any traffic and never becoming what blogs really should be for startups: critical marketing assets.
Business Forms and Templates Get instant access to hundreds of business forms, templates, and contracts online today. Find documents for almost every kind of business such as purchase orders, partnership agreements, loan agreements, applications, and bill of sale. You can also browse our list by popular categories such as marketing, legal, finance, real estate, and more with Formnet from Entrepreneur. Sample Letter of Intent This sample letter of intent allows the a prospective purchaser and seller to establish mutually agreed upon terms including consideration for price and other measures necessary to the sale.
Canvas Learning Management System Two ways to try Canvas We’re fine with love at first sight, but we know you’ll fall even harder for what’s inside Canvas. That’s why we’ve got two ways to get to the heart of Canvas. Try it The Parlour at FG Press Last month, the startup community in KY was fortunate to have entrepreneur turned investor Brad Feld visit. Brad has been instrumental in building the startup community in Boulder, CO. He is a partner at a VC firm called Foundry Group and is a co-founder of TechStars. Brad spent 3 days in the commonwealth giving several talks about building successful startup communities, hanging out with local entrepreneurs, and mentoring some local startups. Want to start a business and have no money? Raise money via these 4 ways Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises are making a significant mark in the Indian Economy. Going by the huge numbers that support their case, there are approximately 45 million units that are producing over 6,000 products (which include traditional to high technology items) all over India. SME employ the largest number of people giving employment to approximately 101 million people in India. They account 45% of manufacturing output and 40% exports leading to contributing 8-9% to the GDP!! In very simple words this is the best time for small scale entrepreneurs to start their business and invest into their dreams and realize it. What are MSME?
Ideas from the world Agree 0 Disagree 0 Columbus Day could be renamed and rededicated By Hicbd Sun Sep 7 2014 11:14 am "While Indigenous Peoples’ Day was first celebrated in 1992, to explicitly protest the quincentennial anniversary of Columbus’s discovery, it has failed to build steam across most of the U.S. California and South Dakota celebrate Native American Day, Tennessee celebrates American Indian Day, and a few other scattered cities have officially adopted Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but over 40 states still observe Columbus Day as an official state holiday." URL: 16 Startup Metrics We have the privilege of meeting with thousands of entrepreneurs every year, and in the course of those discussions are presented with all kinds of numbers, measures, and metrics that illustrate the promise and health of a particular company. Sometimes, however, the metrics may not be the best gauge of what’s actually happening in the business, or people may use different definitions of the same metric in a way that makes it hard to understand the health of the business. So, while some of this may be obvious to many of you who live and breathe these metrics all day long, we compiled a list of the most common or confusing ones. Where appropriate, we tried to add some notes on why investors focus on those metrics. Ultimately, though, good metrics aren’t about raising money from VCs — they’re about running the business in a way where founders know how and why certain things are working (or not) … and can address or adjust accordingly.
Chart types - Docs editors Help Column charts are a good way to visualize one or more categories of data, particularly if each category has sub-categories. These charts allow you to visually express the difference between the data points of each category. In the chart below, for example, we can track Olympic medals earned by country, with the sub-categories of Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. Data Format Each row in your spreadsheet represents a different column in the chart.