It is important to know what you want out of your business, out of your legal structure, and out of the people you bring on board to your company when incorporating. There are lots of business formation options, and it can be overwhelming. Let us break it all down, to give you a better idea of … Continued
Last week, Above the Glass was fortunate enough to attend the United State of Women Summit. We met inspiring women in business and politics, and heard from politicians, advocates, and entertainers on the issue of gender equality. As a company, our mission is to empower women with information and tools to start businesses, but sometimes it is important … Continued
The point of business is to make money, right? So before you pursue that new venture, take time to evaluate what the financial opportunity looks like. The first thing to do when figuring out the potential of the opportunity is to size the market.
Unsure about your professional calling? Uncertainty about what you want in life can have some seriously unexpected benefits. The most important, and supposed key determinant to career success is an open network. Read on to learn more about what an open network is, and how it can help you.
After going through the trouble of finding a name for your business, you better make sure that you own that name. We have already discussed how influential your name can be in shaping the path of your company, but now we dive deeper into how you go about making that name entirely yours.
Innovative entrepreneurs often face challenges when launching something new; unproven products, disrupting the status quo, and reaching beyond your traditional skill set can all be sources of anxiety. The good news is, entrepreneurship itself is no new concept, and many successful entrepreneurs who have come before us have written about their experiences. The challenges they faced and subsequent lessons they learned can prepare us for the entrepreneurial journey ahead, and remove some of the uncertainty in the whole process. Read on to discover our list of eight books every start-up founder should read.