Entrepreneurial

Why startups should embrace conflict

December 21, 2010

— Jeff Bussgang is a general partner at Flybridge Capital Partners and an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Harvard Business School. He is the author of “Mastering the VC Game” and writes the blog “Seeing Both Sides“. The views expressed are his own. —

5 lessons businesses can learn from WikiLeaks

December 13, 2010

— Jeremy Reis is the founder and president of That Network, an interactive publishing firm. This article originally appeared here. The views expressed are his own. —

Top 5 funding mistakes by entrepreneurs

December 8, 2010

— Adam Hoeksema is the founder and CEO of startup consultancy firm ExecutivePlan. This article appeared on Under30CEO. The views expressed are his own. —

Health insurance advice for entrepreneurs

December 6, 2010

— Ryan Hanley is a Commercial Account Executive for Guilderland Agency Inc and author of the “Albany Insurance Professional” blog located at www.RyanHanley.com. This article originally appeared on Under30CEO. The views expressed are his own. —

10 tips for securing angel or venture funding

December 1, 2010

— Chris Lynch is vice president of economic development at the Irvine Chamber of Commerce. The views expressed are his own. —

Don’t celebrate until the cash is in the bank

November 30, 2010

— Mark Suster is a partner at Los Angeles-based venture capital firm GRP Partners. This article originally appeared on his blog “Both Sides of the Table”. —

What entrepreneurs can learn from Taylor Swift

November 24, 2010

— Ashley Bodi is the founder of Business Beware. This article originally appeared on Under30CEO. The views expressed are her own. —

The entrepreneurial stress test

November 23, 2010

— Neil Patel is a serial entrepreneur that blogs about business at Quick Sprout and is the co-founder of KISSmetrics. The views expressed are his own. —

How to deliver a killer elevator pitch

November 22, 2010

— The following article originally appeared on Under30CEO.com. The views expressed are their own. —

TechStars’ founder predicts accelerator implosion

November 18, 2010

Less than two months from launching its New York program, TechStars co-founder David Cohen is already anticipating a critical mass being achieved in the startup-mentoring space within the next five years.