Launching the Next Tech Stars
- Between idea and market... Bagby, D. Ray // Baylor Business Review;Spring1991, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p11
Focuses on the importance of ideas in entrepreneurship. Selling and licensing of ideas; Performance of market research by investors.
- Venturing out on your own. // Black Enterprise;Jan1987, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p49
The five most common questions on the minds of professionals who are considering becoming entrepreneurs, and answers that provide some suggestions, exercises and resources, for insight and direction on how to approach your new business.
- Back from the brink. King, S.R. // Black Enterprise;Mar1988, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p40
Profiles three black entrepreneurs who, after teetering on the edge of failure, eluded defeat to ascend to the pinnacle of success.
- A hot decade for franchising. // Black Enterprise;Sep89, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p39
Presents results of a Commerce Department report on the benefits of franchising for the small entrepreneur.
- Enter the entrepreneur. Cote, Marcel // CA Magazine;Aug93, Vol. 126 Issue 7, p68
Discusses the profile and ventures of the entrepreneurs of Canada. Statistics on success and failures; Standard profile and background; Line of business; Motivation to take risk; Providing proper growing conditions.
- Chile's new entrepreneurs and the `economic miracle': The invisible hand or a hand from the state? Schurman, Rachel A. // Studies in Comparative International Development;Summer96, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p83
Presents possible explanations for the growth in entrepreneurship in Chile's export sectors. Reestablishment of the dominance and power of the traditional propertied classes; Neoliberal reforms that were carried out necessary for creating a sound and stable environment for business; State...
- Poverty pushes Colombian Entrepreneurs. Lennard, Jeremy // Christian Science Monitor;3/12/97, Vol. 89 Issue 73, p14
Reports on the entrepreneurship in Bogota, Colombia, in a city of 20 percent unemployment. Changes in the informal labor market; Business of Alirio Carvajal.
- Entrepreneurship training: An alternative to traditional job training programs. Gray, Dwaine // Economic Development Review;Winter92, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p82
Discusses entrepreneurship training as an alternative to traditional job training programs. Need to fund these programs; Interest for self-employment among the unemployed in Europe; Barriers to business success in the United States.
- Small-budget start-ups. Milano, C. // Essence (Essence);Oct89, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p124
Presents brief summaries of the various businesses begun by nine different women with very little cash, in New York City.
- Owning our share. Wilson, C.F. // Essence (Essence);Apr90, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p124
Opinion. Discusses the need for black entrepreneurial inventors and innovators, the need to introduce black youth early to the principles of entrepreneurship, and the need for support of black-owned businesses and services.