entrepreneurship

What's a 'strategic alliance' or a 'partnership' anyway?

By: John Caddell

When people in business say they want to be your partner, they usually mean this:

I want you to sell my stuff.

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The Entrepreneur's New Year's Resolution: 'I Will Fix My Pitch'

by: Guy Kawasaki

Here’s a New Year’s resolution for entrepreneurs: ”I will fix my pitch.“ And here’s a suggestion on how to do this written by Bill Reichert, my colleague at Garage Technology Ventures.

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Ten Questions with Marti Nyman

by: Guy Kawasaki

Screenshot_1.pngMarti Nyman is “director of global innovation networks” for Best Buy. This means that his job is to find leading-edge, cool stuff for Best Buy—and yes, he gets paid to do this.

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My Next Book: Letting a Hundred Flowers Blossom

By: Guy Kawasaki 

It’s been two years since The Art of the Start hit the streets, and I’m ready to write another book. I have some ideas, but I'd like to tap the “wisdom of the crowd” in order to ensure that it appeals to “the long tail” in this “Web 2.0” world. :-)

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Passion Beats Resources Every Time

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The Venture Capital Aptitude Test (VCAT)

By: Guy Kawasaki 

If you want additional proof that we’re in a bubble, here it is: young people are trying to get into the venture capital business again. I get several emails a week along these lines:

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The Top Ten Things I Love Most About Woz

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Counterpoint: Patents and Defensibility

The Art of Projections in a Dotcom 2.0 World

How to Change the World: Defensibility

by: Guy Kawasaki

Blog reader Curtis Thompson asked me a very good question a few days ago: What should an entrepreneur say when she’s asked what makes her company defensible? This question is more and more common as more and more entrepreneurs start “Web 2.0 companies,” and investors torture themselves by wondering why they didn’t fund YouTube.

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