Paper Version Of The Web

People have been sketching user interfaces since the birth of the web (possibly even before) but the sketches usually stay locked away in old notebooks and discarded bar napkins.


Downturn Not Necessarily Disaster

Broad economic slowdowns can often trickle down to small businesses, including those in relatively stable industries.


Should Online Entrepreneurs Think Long-Term?

This is a guest post by Alan Johnson.


Wharton Business Plan Competition 2008, Update

Twenty five teams are competing for $70,000 in prizes from the Wharton Business Plan Competition.


I’m in Opportunity World Magazine

Hello readers from Opportunity World.


How to Get Your Product into a Big Box Store

Matt Yubas, the owner of Yubas Consulting, a product marketing and development consultancy in Lubbock, Tex., suggests that you consider hiring a third-party business consultant to act on your behalf.

Let Good Times Roll, But Plan For Hard Times

As we begin a new year, let’s gaze into the crystal ball and see what’s coming for small businesses.

Before You Write A Business Plan

Validating the idea and understanding the business model are pretty important steps that should come before writing a business plan.

5 Hard Questions To Ask Before Starting A Project

When it comes to new projects (for me, a new blog or a website), you could say that I’m commitment phobic.