Archive for the 'Resources for Entrepreneurs' Category

Timothy Ferriss’ book “The 4-Hour Workweek” advocates the concept of a business muse. Because the ultimate goal is a high life style, one should try to keep as much spare time as one can fill with enjoyable activities, while generating a steady cash flow to support those activities. The idea is to build multiple companies, […]

When starting your company out of school, consider publishing a launch notice on your schools website and ask them to send out a press release about your launch. This has worked quite well for the wedding registry venture I have worked with. Their Professor published a launch note on his website, which resulted in ZDF, […]

When starting a company out of college or within your MBA I highly recommend talking to the entrepreneurship center of your school. Student entrepreneurs usually find a broad offering ranging from mentoring programs to office space to access to business angels and venture capital. At Harvard, the Rock Center for Entrepreneurship  is doing a fantastic […]

My website recommendation of the day: A network of scouts, looking for and writing about new, interesting business ideas – Brain food for Entrepreneurs! This is how they describe their site: Springwise scans the globe for the most promising business ventures, ideas and concepts that are ready for regional or international adaptation, expansion, partnering, investments […]

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Welcome to this blog. Here I want to write about interesting new startups, other classmates from Harvard who are entrepreneurs and new business ideas. Looking forward to your comments, and if you were in my class and also started something, let me know and I will mention you here…