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Top 10 Cities for Young Entrepreneurs 2011

by / ⠀Startup Advice / October 6, 2011

Recently Under30CEO ran a poll to find out what the best cities in the United States were for young entrepreneurs. The poll asked the Under30CEO readers to place their vote or submit the city of their choice if it wasn’t listed. We asked everyone to not only think about the business climate and resources but to also consider the social scene and even weather. Young entrepreneurs want to…

RIP Steve Jobs: "Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish"

by / ⠀Startup Advice / October 6, 2011

You may have heard that Steve Jobs died yesterday at the age of 56. He was truly an inspiration for all entrepreneurs and because of him the world is a better and more interesting place. If you’ve never seen it take a few minutes to watch his 2005 Stanford commencement speech. It’s inspiring and a true statement of what he was about all his life. “Stay hungry, stay…

Vote for the Winner of the PC Giveaway Contest

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 27, 2011

Recently Under30CEO partnered with Microsoft to giveaway 4 laptops worth $7,000 to some lucky young entrepreneurs. They were asked to create a 2 minute video that stated what their idea is, why they should win and how a new Windows 7 Professional PC can help their big idea. Below is what they came up with. Take a minute to vote for your favorite as the total votes make…

55 Ways Young Entrepreneurs Can Cut Expenses

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 22, 2011

What business owner doesn’t want to cut expenses? But it is even more important for a young entrepreneur who has limited savings, limited access to capital and overall less options. So we reached out to get ideas from business owners on how they have saved and what they think young entrepreneurs should do to save money. Here are 55 answers from business owners on how young entrepreneurs can…

Payday Should be Everyday

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 7, 2011

Early in my career, I worked in what is now referred to as the first dotcom bubble. When I think back to those days, I remember it being incredibly fun, hectic, creative and exciting. I also remember working around the clock and feeling like I had no life. In many ways, it was the modern-day equivalent of the Wild West with industry people hoping to strike gold. People…

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