When ex-Harvard MBA Victoria Tsai sold her engagement ring to start a skincare business out of her San Francisco garage in 2009, she’d no idea she’d end up the #2 fastest growing, woman-led company on the Inc. 500 list six years later.
Life in the business world is very different from the student life you’ve known and mastered over the years. This is the beginning and you’re just getting started. Keep this advice in mind as your start your career journey, and you'll be well on your way to achieving great success.
This month, I’m doing something a little different from usual. Instead of highlighting just one startup with a terrific elevator pitch, I want to shine a light on the University of Pennsylvania student entrepreneurial community, and especially participants in the recent Startup Challenge.
Boredom is a horrible feeling. At work, it can make us feel miserable, unmotivated, and even guilty. But, boredom is a natural feeling, and science actually says it could be a good thing. We offer four ways to leverage your streaks of boredom to your advantage.
For decades, the home building industry has operated the same way—highly inefficiently and based on a lot of guesswork. One small home builder--Arbor Builders--in Bend, Oregon figured out how data could be a game changer. They followed three simple steps in 'datafying' the way houses are built.
Andy Murray has invested in more than 30 startups to date, but this is the first time he has backed a tennis tech firm. Deuce founder Matt Willocks explains why it is the 'Airbnb' of tennis, how it can boost participation and why Murray is getting involved