Home Search

describing - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search

Today in Entrepreneurial History: April 25

1859 – British and French engineers break ground for the Suez Canal. 1901 – New York becomes the first U.S. state to...

The Race for the Hottest Pepper Continues

The WSJ has up a great article describing the current state of affairs in the quest for the world's hottest pepper: The undisputed...

Interview with the Creator of the OnTray

Laura Hamrick, the creator on the OnTray, a clip-on shopping cart tray, took a few moments recently to speak with our special correspondent Lisa...

Netflix for Jewelry

RocksBox is $15 per month "Netflix" for jewelry. How it works: Signup on the site, and complete a profile describing the kinds of jewelry you like. Every...

People Power: Why your Business Needs Social Media

Every company you see today will be quick to advertise their Facebook page or their new hashtag. It is often perceived as ‘cheap’ or...

Today in Entrepreneurial History: December 19

On this day in 1843 Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol went on sale. Dickens was not the first author to celebrate the Christmas...

SlotGuard: Stop Junk Mail Before It Hits Your Mailbox

If you are like many people in the US, you are probably sick of seeing junk mail stacked up inside your mailbox. For...

Wedding Invitations That Look Like Rock Concert Posters

Seattle Times: Like many brides and bridegrooms, Katie Mercurio and Jeremy Geddis had specific ideas about their wedding. No pink. Lots of lavender. Traditional Seattle food...

Today in Entrepreneurial History: February 15

1493 – While on board the Niña, Christopher Columbus writes an open letter (widely distributed upon his return to Portugal) describing his discoveries and...

Height Cuisine

CoolHunting.com: Maintaining an unwavering commitment to excellence, British Airways has gone to great lengths to develop a culinary program that serves delicious meals to passengers...

Fighting Fraud In Your Business

Worried about fraud within your company? The Washington Post has a few tips to help prevent it from happening to you. Confirm who’s handling...

Steve Jobs Tops Fortune’s Top Entrepreneurs List

GantDaily.com: Describing Jobs as “our generation’s quintessential entrepreneur, Visionary, Inspiring, Brilliant, and Mercurial,” Fortune said Jobs always used his intuition to create great products. Gates garnered...

Fast-Food Millionaire Jack Cowin Looks To Put The Legal Bite On Yum! Brands

SmartCompany.com.au: Fast-food millionaire Jack Cowin is taking restaurant giant Yum! Brands to court accusing the US fast-food giant of unconscionable conduct. But Yum! Restaurants Australia, the...

Fitness Revolution Franchise Owner Clint Howard Makes Tulsa TV Appearance

PR Web: In a recent television appearance, Clint Howard, owner of Tulsa’s Fitness Revolution franchise, provided advice on how to keep fit during the winter...

Giving Dadpreneurs Their Due

We talk a lot about mompreneurs and the work they're doing, but what about the dads? They are working hard to raise kids...

Completing A Patent Application

Are you currently working on a patent application? IPWatchdog offers some advice that can help you make the most of your invention description. What...

Monetizing Your Platform Strategically – Go Beyond the Book

The following is a guest post by Peter Winick. Everybody is doing it. With easy-to-use, off-the-shelf publishing software, even producing a good looking book isn’t...

Starting Small With Mini Sales Space

Angie Robbins always dreamed of starting her own business, but the thought of opening a shop on a server's income made her nervous. ...

10 Effortless Ways to Get More Small Biz Press

The following is a guest post from Nate Gilmore of Shipwire. Tell Your Story Don’t hide how you created your product, where the idea came from...

Today in Entrepreneurial History: April 25

1859 – British and French engineers break ground for the Suez Canal. 1901 – New York becomes the first U.S. state to...