It’s not enough to improve existing businesses, you have to also invent new ones
The first step turning ideas into reality is to identify meaningful problems
This week on Inc. Uncensored, writers explore the most promising sectors to launch a company. Plus, they look at the unintended consequences of the GOP tax bill on small-business owners.
There are many reasons for small business owners to be optimistic these days
It all came down to four critical pieces of financial advice.
Why Millennials and Gen Z are Going to Take the Small Business World by Storm
Oakland’s mayor became a lightning rod afteralerting local citizens to ICEraids. She’s for years been known as a champion of innovation and entrepreneurship in her community. She spoke to Inc.com this week.
AS COMPUTING power has grown, it has become easier to uncover information hidden inside datasets that seem totally unconnected. Some recent studies have used this approach to reveal business-related information flows. One linked the movements of 18th-century share prices with the arrival of ships bringing news. Another looked at the relationship between business activity and […]
WHEN British soapmakers merged with Dutch margarine merchants to form Unilever in 1929, the logic was clear. Both firms shared a key ingredient, animal fat, and were starting to step on each other’s toes as they diversified. Unilever is one of the world’s largest consumer-goods firms. A dual-nationality company, it has headquarters in both Britain […]