PROFESSORWORD® is now a federal trademark registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. If you’re thinking of registering a federal trademark for your startup, here’s what we learned through the process.
As a startup entrepreneur, you’ll give a lot of presentations: presenting at business plan competitions, showcasing your product to prospective customers, pitching in front of investors. Here is some of the best advice we have heard about how to prepare for presentations.
Startup incubators (and accelerators), which help startups with mentorship, connections, office space, and sometimes capital, are ubiquitous these days. How do you know which incubator is best for you and your startup?
The mental game of being an entrepreneur is something I struggle with at times. Maybe it’s just me, but launching a startup can sometimes feel like riding an emotional roller coaster.
I’ve spent a lot of time working in PowerPoint in previous jobs. That skill has come in handy working on a startup, as I’ve found that I can use PowerPoint to edit and create basic graphics.
When you launch your startup, one of the things you’ll have to think about is: What do I need to do on the legal front and do I need a lawyer?
This is the first in a series of posts that I’m calling Startup Shortcuts, where I will share some of the free/low-cost solutions that I’ve discovered for common startup challenges.
I finished my first half marathon this past weekend! And it occurred to me that training for a half marathon is a lot like launching a start-up.
The commonly accepted wisdom is that to launch a startup, you need to live in Silicon Valley or NYC. But we decided to stay in Philadelphia where I went to business school. Here’s why …
People often ask about how to find a co-founder for their startup. In our case, it was easy, but I have to admit that working with your significant other makes for some interesting pros/cons.