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Successful Founders Share Their Advice for Starting Your Own Business

If you’ve long been dreaming of joining the ranks of successful founders, read on. We’ve culled some of the best advice from the world’s most successful entrepreneurs. What's more, we hope this post gives you the clarity and motivation to forge ahead and follow your dreams.

Cryptocurrencies Taking Hold?

Since its creation in 2009 by the elusive 'Satoshi Nakamoto', the cryptocurrency Bitcoin has grown exponentially beyond initial expectations. The idea of cutting out the...

Pastry Shop Niche

DailyMail: Dianna Strickland believes nothing takes the place of perseverance. "I would like to encourage other people to follow their dreams," she said. Strickland, 43, recently opened...

Why Choose to Hire Office Space in Reading?

There are many places in the country that have offices available, workers to fill roles and links for commuters; so why is Reading becoming...

Pastry Shop Niche

DailyMail: Dianna Strickland believes nothing takes the place of perseverance. "I would like to encourage other people to follow their dreams," she said. Strickland, 43, recently...

Niche Biz: Second-Hand Wedding Dresses

TheLeader.com.au: Take the drive to Kurnell, and there in a suburban cul-de-sac you'll feel like you've made an appointment at an exclusive Paddington bridal boutique. Step...

Saints Avenue Cafe To Open Three New Locations As Owners Eye Franchising

Quincy Herald Whig: Saints Avenue Cafe is preparing for what its owners hope will be an aggressive expansion, beginning with a new location in a...

UK Techpreneurs Shouldn’t Fear Failure

The Telegraph: Thirty technology experts, led by the ebullient Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and serial investor with stakes in the likes of Facebook and...

A (Not So) Dangerous Idea

TheChronicleHerald.ca: Ideas come in queer and roundabout ways, their provenance obscure or tangled in contradictions. Who knows where this one began? Perhaps with some people...